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Daily Mail
Magda Szubanski challenges Anglican Archbishop on ABC's Q&Amoney either,' Szubanski quipped. Karina Okotel, vice president of both the Fe
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
money either,' Szubanski quipped. Karina Okotel, vice president of both the Federal and Victorian divisions of the Liberal Party, also appeared on the program, during which she contracted herself repeatedly Dr Davies insisted the money for... Read more
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The Courier
Public frenemies: Kevin Rudd's ruthless review of his Labor matesthe Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquera
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
the Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquerades as the Australian Labor Party. Now the Liberal Party - or indeed any other big political party - is probably as dysfunctional, but Rudd's autobiography, released... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Public frenemies: Kevin Rudd's ruthless review of his Labor matesthe Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquera
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 hours ago
the Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquerades as the Australian Labor Party. Now the Liberal Party - or indeed any other big political party - is probably as dysfunctional, but Rudd's autobiography, released... Read more
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3h
Western Advocate
Public frenemies: Kevin Rudd's ruthless review of his Labor matesthe Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquera
Western Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
the Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquerades as the Australian Labor Party. Now the Liberal Party - or indeed any other big political party - is probably as dysfunctional, but Rudd's autobiography, released... Read more
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3h
Manning River Times
Public frenemies: Kevin Rudd's ruthless review of his Labor matesthe Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquera
Manning River Times / Posted 3 hours ago
the Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquerades as the Australian Labor Party. Now the Liberal Party - or indeed any other big political party - is probably as dysfunctional, but Rudd's autobiography, released... Read more
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3h
The World Game
Legend Johnston willing to help FIFA rebuild Australian football amid governance crisiswith a possible return of ex-Soccer Australia chairman Remo Nogarotto. However
The World Game / Posted 3 hours ago
with a possible return of ex-Soccer Australia chairman Remo Nogarotto. However Nogarotto, the former director of the NSW Liberal Party and one-time Newcastle Jets chairman, dismissed the notion of an administrative comeback. Nogarotto, who heads... Read more
3h
The North West Star
Public frenemies: Kevin Rudd's ruthless review of his Labor matesthe Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquera
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
the Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquerades as the Australian Labor Party. Now the Liberal Party - or indeed any other big political party - is probably as dysfunctional, but Rudd's autobiography, released... Read more
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3h
Daily Liberal
Public frenemies: Kevin Rudd's ruthless review of his Labor matesthe Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquera
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 hours ago
the Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquerades as the Australian Labor Party. Now the Liberal Party - or indeed any other big political party - is probably as dysfunctional, but Rudd's autobiography, released... Read more
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3h
The Border Mail
Public frenemies: Kevin Rudd's ruthless review of his Labor matesthe Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquera
The Border Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
the Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquerades as the Australian Labor Party. Now the Liberal Party - or indeed any other big political party - is probably as dysfunctional, but Rudd's autobiography, released... Read more
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3h
Illawarra Mercury
Public frenemies: Kevin Rudd's ruthless review of his Labor matesthe Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquera
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 hours ago
the Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquerades as the Australian Labor Party. Now the Liberal Party - or indeed any other big political party - is probably as dysfunctional, but Rudd's autobiography, released... Read more
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3h
Sydney Morning Herald
Public frenemies: Kevin Rudd's ruthless review of his Labor matesthe Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquera
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
the Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquerades as the Australian Labor Party. Now the Liberal Party - or indeed any other big political party - is probably as dysfunctional, but Rudd’s autobiography, released... Read more
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3h
The Age
Public frenemies: Kevin Rudd's ruthless review of his Labor matesthe Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquera
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
the Faint-hearted shines a glaring light into the frenemy fiefdom that masquerades as the Australian Labor Party. Now the Liberal Party - or indeed any other big political party - is probably as dysfunctional, but Rudd’s autobiography, released... Read more
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4h
The Northern View
Dianne Watts makes her leadership pitch to Prince Rupertthat they’ve got opportunities,” she said. “And that’s what we need to be facil
The Northern View / Posted 4 hours ago
that they’ve got opportunities,” she said. “And that’s what we need to be facilitating.” Watts added that she felt the BC Liberal party needed to be changed to allow for a new generation to come and make contribution, but that the change cannot... Read more
4h
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Politicians are squabbling over who's to blame for the NBN, but it's not helping anyonebecause it would provide direct competition to the Foxtel television network in
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
because it would provide direct competition to the Foxtel television network in this country," he said. "Mysteriously the Liberal Party found itself adopting the same position as Mr Murdoch. I wonder why." But Communications Minister Mitch... Read more
5h
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Politicians are squabbling over who's to blame for the NBN, but it's not helping anyonebecause it would provide direct competition to the Foxtel television network in
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
because it would provide direct competition to the Foxtel television network in this country," he said. "Mysteriously the Liberal Party found itself adopting the same position as Mr Murdoch. I wonder why." But Communications Minister Mitch... Read more
5h
Sky News Australia
SA Liberals promising to preserve Aus DayThe South Australian Liberal Party is promising to force councils to hold Austr
Sky News Australia / Posted 5 hours ago
The South Australian Liberal Party is promising to force councils to hold Australia Day and citizenship ceremonies on January 26. This comes amid debate from other councils on whether to shift the celebrations to another day in recognition of the... Read more
6h
Manila Standard Today
Defending mediaillegal drug trade. Serenio’s sworn statement, published by a credible Iloilo-b
Manila Standard Today / Posted 6 hours ago
illegal drug trade. Serenio’s sworn statement, published by a credible Iloilo-based media outfit, claimed that the three Liberal Party officials had been identified by slain local drug kingpin Melvin Odicta as his protectors. Now, such an... Read more
7h
Junkee
"You Can't Breed Us Out": Magda Szubanski Was On Fire On Last Night's Marriage Equality 'Q&A'panel by the Anglican Archbishop of Sydney Glenn Davies, Jesuit priest and huma
Junkee / Posted 7 hours ago
panel by the Anglican Archbishop of Sydney Glenn Davies, Jesuit priest and human rights lawyer Frank Brennan, and federal Liberal party vice president and No campaign spokesperson Karina Okotel. The episode was dedicated entirely to the marriage... Read more
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7h
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
SA Liberals to force councils to keep Australia Day as January 26in the Aboriginal community who would like to see the day changed," Mr Marshall
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 hours ago
in the Aboriginal community who would like to see the day changed," Mr Marshall said. "But we've made a decision in the Liberal Party that this would not be in the best interests of Australia. "If we're elected in March next year, we'll amend... Read more
8h
The Sudbury Star
Brown stands firm on lawsuit threatdeleted documents. “This letter shall serve as notice that your client, her ad
The Sudbury Star / Posted 8 hours ago
deleted documents. “This letter shall serve as notice that your client, her advisers, the Liberal government and the Liberal party must preserve all of their communications and records, emails and text messages about the two trials, including... Read more
8h
WA Today
Q&A recap: Magda Szubanski delivers emotional punch in same-sex marriage debatefor a Yes vote Frank Brennan - and Karina Okotel, friendly face of the No campa
WA Today / Posted 8 hours ago
for a Yes vote Frank Brennan - and Karina Okotel, friendly face of the No campaign and vice-president of the federal Liberal Party. Okotel is a challenge in this debate: an all-smiling and apparent voice of reasonableness adept at speaking... Read more
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9h
Manning River Times
Q&A recap: Magda Szubanski delivers emotional punch in same-sex marriage debatefor a Yes vote Frank Brennan - and Karina Okotel, friendly face of the No campa
Manning River Times / Posted 9 hours ago
for a Yes vote Frank Brennan - and Karina Okotel, friendly face of the No campaign and vice-president of the federal Liberal Party. Okotel is a challenge in this debate: an all-smiling and apparent voice of reasonableness adept at speaking... Read more
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9h
The North West Star
Q&A recap: Magda Szubanski delivers emotional punch in same-sex marriage debatefor a Yes vote Frank Brennan - and Karina Okotel, friendly face of the No campa
The North West Star / Posted 9 hours ago
for a Yes vote Frank Brennan - and Karina Okotel, friendly face of the No campaign and vice-president of the federal Liberal Party. Okotel is a challenge in this debate: an all-smiling and apparent voice of reasonableness adept at speaking... Read more
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9h
The Washington Times
Cuban refugee warns Democrats against ‘communist movement’ hijacking the partyis warning Democrats against what he sees as ideological parallels between the
The Washington Times / Posted 9 hours ago
is warning Democrats against what he sees as ideological parallels between the communist regime and the American political party. In a speech to the College Republicans at UCLA on Wednesday, Rafael Dagnesses said he doesn’t want “the Democrat... Read more
9h
The Age
Q&A recap: Magda Szubanski delivers emotional punch in same-sex marriage debatefor a Yes vote Frank Brennan - and Karina Okotel, friendly face of the No campa
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
for a Yes vote Frank Brennan - and Karina Okotel, friendly face of the No campaign and vice-president of the federal Liberal Party. Okotel is a challenge in this debate: an all-smiling and apparent voice of reasonableness adept at speaking... Read more
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9h
Sydney Morning Herald
Q&A recap: Magda Szubanski delivers emotional punch in same-sex marriage debatefor a Yes vote Frank Brennan - and Karina Okotel, friendly face of the No campa
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
for a Yes vote Frank Brennan - and Karina Okotel, friendly face of the No campaign and vice-president of the federal Liberal Party. Okotel is a challenge in this debate: an all-smiling and apparent voice of reasonableness adept at speaking... Read more
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12h
Canberra Times
Letters to the Editor: Two Americans in distress praise goodness of CanberransHere, it is regularly the Labor Party that often wins the most seats but then f
Canberra Times / Posted 12 hours ago
Here, it is regularly the Labor Party that often wins the most seats but then finds itself in Opposition because the Liberal Party, with fewer seats, joins with the Nationals to form government. Indeed, he probably wonders where the term... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Turnbull 'determined' to address NBN issuesit would help provide direct competition to Foxtel from services like Netflix.
Sky News Australia / Posted 15 hours ago
it would help provide direct competition to Foxtel from services like Netflix. 'Mysteriously, by some act of God, the Liberal party found itself adopting the same position as Mr Murdoch. I wonder why?' The Telecommunications Industry... Read more
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The Age
Letters to the Editor: Two Americans in distress praise goodness of CanberransHere, it is regularly the Labor Party that often wins the most seats but then f
The Age / Posted 16 hours ago
Here, it is regularly the Labor Party that often wins the most seats but then finds itself in Opposition because the Liberal Party, with fewer seats, joins with the Nationals to form government. Indeed, he probably wonders where the term... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Letters to the Editor: Two Americans in distress praise goodness of CanberransHere, it is regularly the Labor Party that often wins the most seats but then f
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
Here, it is regularly the Labor Party that often wins the most seats but then finds itself in Opposition because the Liberal Party, with fewer seats, joins with the Nationals to form government. Indeed, he probably wonders where the term... Read more
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The Courier
Protecting NBN from private sector 'would cost households'they didn't want that is because it would provide direct competition to the Fox
The Courier / Posted 17 hours ago
they didn't want that is because it would provide direct competition to the Foxtel cable network in this country." And the Liberal Party had, he said, "mysteriously" adopted the same position as that company. Complaints about the NBN increased by... Read more
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Manning River Times
Protecting NBN from private sector 'would cost households'they didn't want that is because it would provide direct competition to the Fox
Manning River Times / Posted 21 hours ago
they didn't want that is because it would provide direct competition to the Foxtel cable network in this country." And the Liberal Party had, he said, "mysteriously" adopted the same position as that company. Complaints about the NBN increased by... Read more
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22h
Canberra Times
Lisa Scaffidi not in 'defiant la la land' as she attacks 'puppet' Premierstakeholders do not appreciate the political influence that is currently at pla
Canberra Times / Posted 22 hours ago
stakeholders do not appreciate the political influence that is currently at play. "I have tried to tell people, and the Liberal Party, and other key influencers around the city, but people only see what they want to and sadly often believe all... Read more
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22h
The North West Star
Protecting NBN from private sector 'would cost households'they didn't want that is because it would provide direct competition to the Fox
The North West Star / Posted 22 hours ago
they didn't want that is because it would provide direct competition to the Foxtel cable network in this country." And the Liberal Party had, he said, "mysteriously" adopted the same position as that company. Complaints about the NBN increased by... Read more
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22h
Canberra Times
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closurethe immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engi
Canberra Times / Posted 22 hours ago
the immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engineering firm Canstruct, a Liberal Party donor, to run garrison, catering and security services for refugees in Nauru. Canstruct will also take... Read more
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22h
Canberra Times
Protecting NBN from the private sector 'disastrous': competition watchdogthey didn't want that is because it would provide direct competition to the Fox
Canberra Times / Posted 22 hours ago
they didn't want that is because it would provide direct competition to the Foxtel cable network in this country." And the Liberal Party had, he said, "mysteriously" adopted the same position as that company. Complaints about the NBN increased by... Read more
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22h
Sydney Morning Herald
Protecting NBN from the private sector 'disastrous': competition watchdogthey didn't want that is because it would provide direct competition to the Fox
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
they didn't want that is because it would provide direct competition to the Foxtel cable network in this country." And the Liberal Party had, he said, "mysteriously" adopted the same position as that company. Complaints about the NBN increased by... Read more
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22h
The Age
Protecting NBN from the private sector 'disastrous': competition watchdogthey didn't want that is because it would provide direct competition to the Fox
The Age / Posted 22 hours ago
they didn't want that is because it would provide direct competition to the Foxtel cable network in this country." And the Liberal Party had, he said, "mysteriously" adopted the same position as that company. Complaints about the NBN increased by... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closurethe immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engi
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 23 hours ago
the immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engineering firm Canstruct, a Liberal Party donor, to run garrison, catering and security services for refugees in Nauru. Canstruct will also take... Read more
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23h
Western Advocate
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closurethe immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engi
Western Advocate / Posted 23 hours ago
the immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engineering firm Canstruct, a Liberal Party donor, to run garrison, catering and security services for refugees in Nauru. Canstruct will also take... Read more
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23h
Manning River Times
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closurethe immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engi
Manning River Times / Posted 23 hours ago
the immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engineering firm Canstruct, a Liberal Party donor, to run garrison, catering and security services for refugees in Nauru. Canstruct will also take... Read more
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23h
The North West Star
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closurethe immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engi
The North West Star / Posted 23 hours ago
the immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engineering firm Canstruct, a Liberal Party donor, to run garrison, catering and security services for refugees in Nauru. Canstruct will also take... Read more
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23h
Daily Liberal
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closurethe immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engi
Daily Liberal / Posted 23 hours ago
the immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engineering firm Canstruct, a Liberal Party donor, to run garrison, catering and security services for refugees in Nauru. Canstruct will also take... Read more
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The Border Mail
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closurethe immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engi
The Border Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
the immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engineering firm Canstruct, a Liberal Party donor, to run garrison, catering and security services for refugees in Nauru. Canstruct will also take... Read more
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23h
Illawarra Mercury
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closurethe immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engi
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 23 hours ago
the immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engineering firm Canstruct, a Liberal Party donor, to run garrison, catering and security services for refugees in Nauru. Canstruct will also take... Read more
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The Courier
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closurethe immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engi
The Courier / Posted 23 hours ago
the immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engineering firm Canstruct, a Liberal Party donor, to run garrison, catering and security services for refugees in Nauru. Canstruct will also take... Read more
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23h
WA Today
Lisa Scaffidi not in 'defiant la la land' as she attacks Premierstakeholders do not appreciate the political influence that is currently at pla
WA Today / Posted 23 hours ago
stakeholders do not appreciate the political influence that is currently at play. "I have tried to tell people, and the Liberal Party, and other key influencers around the city, but people only see what they want to and sadly often believe all... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closurethe immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
the immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engineering firm Canstruct, a Liberal Party donor, to run garrison, catering and security services for refugees in Nauru. Canstruct will also take... Read more
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The Age
Manus Island regime will cost Australia up to $250 million a year after closurethe immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engi
The Age / Posted yesterday
the immigration department defended the imminent appointment of Australian engineering firm Canstruct, a Liberal Party donor, to run garrison, catering and security services for refugees in Nauru. Canstruct will also take... Read more
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The Age
Lisa Scaffidi not in 'defiant la la land' as she attacks 'puppet' Premierstakeholders do not appreciate the political influence that is currently at pla
The Age / Posted yesterday
stakeholders do not appreciate the political influence that is currently at play. "I have tried to tell people, and the Liberal Party, and other key influencers around the city, but people only see what they want to and sadly often believe all... Read more
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