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WA Today
Andrew Bolt, Mark Latham honoured in 2017 Ernie Awards for SexismThe Mayor of Port Stephens, in NSW's Hunter region, has edged out Andrew Bolt a
WA Today / Posted yesterday
The Mayor of Port Stephens, in NSW's Hunter region, has edged out Andrew Bolt and Mark Latham to win the top prize at the 2017 Ernie Awards, Australia's annual awards for sexism. The awards, which were announced at NSW Parliament House on Thursday... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Andrew Bolt, Mark Latham honoured in 2017 Ernie Awards for SexismThe Mayor of Port Stephens, in NSW's Hunter region, has edged out Andrew Bolt a
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
The Mayor of Port Stephens, in NSW's Hunter region, has edged out Andrew Bolt and Mark Latham to win the top prize at the 2017 Ernie Awards, Australia's annual awards for sexism. The awards, which were announced at NSW Parliament House on Thursday... Read more
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The Age
Andrew Bolt, Mark Latham honoured in 2017 Ernie Awards for SexismThe Mayor of Port Stephens, in NSW's Hunter region, has edged out Andrew Bolt a
The Age / Posted yesterday
The Mayor of Port Stephens, in NSW's Hunter region, has edged out Andrew Bolt and Mark Latham to win the top prize at the 2017 Ernie Awards, Australia's annual awards for sexism. The awards, which were announced at NSW Parliament House on Thursday... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Mark Latham's sexist remarks called out again at 2017 Ernie Awards2017 Ernie Awards: Mark Latham, Andrew Bolt called out for sexist remarks Phot
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
2017 Ernie Awards: Mark Latham, Andrew Bolt called out for sexist remarks Photo: Mark Latham took out one of the highest dishonours, the inaugural Trump Trophy for repeat offender. (AAP: Dan Himbrechts) No-one really wants to win an Ernie Award —... Read more
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The Courier Mail
AFL takes down ‘yes’ sign after one daythat’s righteous and proper in the world. They think they reflect public attitu
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
that’s righteous and proper in the world. They think they reflect public attitudes,” Newman told former Labor leader Mark Latham last week. “People go to the football to get away from political agendas and I don’t know why we have any... Read more
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News.com.au
AFL takes down ‘yes’ sign after one daythat’s righteous and proper in the world. They think they reflect public attitu
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
that’s righteous and proper in the world. They think they reflect public attitudes,” Newman told former Labor leader Mark Latham last week. “People go to the football to get away from political agendas and I don’t know why we have any... Read more
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The Betoota Advocate
Mark Latham's Kids Explain Their Dad Thinks Twitter Is Actually Google SearchNigel Latham, the oldest son of Mark Latham has today apologised to both the fa
The Betoota Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
Nigel Latham, the oldest son of Mark Latham has today apologised to both the family of the late Dr G Yunupingu, as well as the Australian public in general for the former Labor leader’s offensive tirade of old white man thoughts. The 28-year-old... Read more
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News.com.au
Latham gets schooled over Yunupingu tweethas left a wonderful legacy for indigenous youth through his music, Queen Eliza
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
has left a wonderful legacy for indigenous youth through his music, Queen Elizabeth says. FORMER opposition leader Mark Latham has again been branded “offensive” after a bizarre lunchtime series of posts from his Twitter account saying he... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
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Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Telegraph nav_large_right Sydney news, sport and weather — On the Tele live blog | Daily Telegraph nav_large_right Mark Latham: Nation’s most powerful public servant Martin Parkinson needs to face facts on gender... Read more
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Canberra Times
Once nervous about Greater Western Sydney, the NRL now sees them as an assetthe Cats' win over the Swans came to 70,394. In your face, AFL! Well, sort of
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
the Cats' win over the Swans came to 70,394. In your face, AFL! Well, sort of. Crowd figures are becoming as relevant as Mark Latham when judging the popularity of a sport in Sydney. In week one of the NRL finals, the match between Manly and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Once nervous about Greater Western Sydney, the NRL now sees them as an assetthe Cats' win over the Swans came to 70,394. In your face, AFL! Well, sort of
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
the Cats' win over the Swans came to 70,394. In your face, AFL! Well, sort of. Crowd figures are becoming as relevant as Mark Latham when judging the popularity of a sport in Sydney. In week one of the NRL finals, the match between Manly and... Read more
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The Age
Once nervous about Greater Western Sydney, the NRL now sees them as an assetthe Cats' win over the Swans came to 70,394. In your face, AFL! Well, sort of
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
the Cats' win over the Swans came to 70,394. In your face, AFL! Well, sort of. Crowd figures are becoming as relevant as Mark Latham when judging the popularity of a sport in Sydney. In week one of the NRL finals, the match between Manly and... Read more
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Herald Sun
11 quirky ways to say No to SSMthe Christian cake-makers and tailors who chose not to be involved in gay and t
Herald Sun / Posted 5 days ago
the Christian cake-makers and tailors who chose not to be involved in gay and transgender marriage ceremonies.” - Columnist Mark Latham TAILOR MADE DRESSES “The school told my son that he could wear a dress to school next year if he wanted,” -... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
11 quirky ways to say No to SSMthe Christian cake-makers and tailors who chose not to be involved in gay and t
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
the Christian cake-makers and tailors who chose not to be involved in gay and transgender marriage ceremonies.” - Columnist Mark Latham TAILOR MADE DRESSES “The school told my son that he could wear a dress to school next year if he wanted,” -... Read more
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The Courier Mail
11 quirky ways to say No to SSMthe Christian cake-makers and tailors who chose not to be involved in gay and t
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
the Christian cake-makers and tailors who chose not to be involved in gay and transgender marriage ceremonies.” - Columnist Mark Latham TAILOR MADE DRESSES “The school told my son that he could wear a dress to school next year if he wanted,” -... Read more
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News.com.au
11 quirky ways to say No to SSMthe Christian cake-makers and tailors who chose not to be involved in gay and t
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
the Christian cake-makers and tailors who chose not to be involved in gay and transgender marriage ceremonies.” - Columnist Mark Latham TAILOR MADE DRESSES “The school told my son that he could wear a dress to school next year if he wanted,” -... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
A window into the nation: The greatest moments in 50 years of AMparliament, having been controversially preselected to the Sydney seat of Wentw
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
parliament, having been controversially preselected to the Sydney seat of Wentworth in February that year. Meanwhile, Mark Latham, then leader of the opposition and only a year into the job, was seeking to challenge a three-term government. A... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tony Eastley looks back at his decade with AMand to avoid any awkward incidents wherever possible. It was 2004 and the eve
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 21 days ago
and to avoid any awkward incidents wherever possible. It was 2004 and the eve of the federal election. Labor leader Mark Latham had been making his name as a brash, no-nonsense, speak-his-mind politician. He was up against the... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
Clerical error allows Highland real estate developer to buy part of Hoffman Parknot only a part of this park, but a part of the streets over here that connecte
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 22 days ago
not only a part of this park, but a part of the streets over here that connected to the park,” said Highland City Manager Mark Latham. Frey learned he technically was the owner of two park benches and a playground roundabout, but not the swing... Read more
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KPLR 11 St. Louis
Clerical error allows Highland real estate developer to buy part of Hoffman Parknot only a part of this park, but a part of the streets over here that connecte
KPLR 11 St. Louis / Posted 22 days ago
not only a part of this park, but a part of the streets over here that connected to the park,” said Highland City Manager Mark Latham. Frey learned he technically was the owner of two park benches and a playground roundabout, but not the swing... Read more
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Junkee
Mark Latham's Marriage Equality Rant Accidentally Raises An Important IssueToday, in a column for the Daily Tele, former Labor leader Mark Latham bravely
Junkee / Posted 25 days ago
Today, in a column for the Daily Tele, former Labor leader Mark Latham bravely admitted that he really does not understand the very straightforward concept of marriage equality. “My advice to people would be: if you don’t understand the proposal,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Savvy formula for successis the classically bred Rebel Forever who is part-owned by former politician, m
Daily Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
is the classically bred Rebel Forever who is part-owned by former politician, media commentator and thoroughbred enthusiast Mark Latham. “I said to Mark that she needs to be stepped up to 1400m and a mile because she has given us the indication... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Savvy formula for successis the classically bred Rebel Forever who is part-owned by former politician, m
The Courier Mail / Posted 28 days ago
is the classically bred Rebel Forever who is part-owned by former politician, media commentator and thoroughbred enthusiast Mark Latham. “I said to Mark that she needs to be stepped up to 1400m and a mile because she has given us the indication... Read more
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News.com.au
Preview: Savvy formula for successis the classically bred Rebel Forever who is part-owned by former politician, m
News.com.au / Posted 28 days ago
is the classically bred Rebel Forever who is part-owned by former politician, media commentator and thoroughbred enthusiast Mark Latham. “I said to Mark that she needs to be stepped up to 1400m and a mile because she has given us the indication... Read more
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