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Mar 3, 2012

ABC News Australia Afternoon Edition: Carr tells Labor to stop 'gabbing' to the media


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Thousands evacuate as flood threat spreads

Heavy rain is causing flash flooding across New South Wales as thousands are evacuated in the state's south-east and Victoria as floodwaters rise. More »

Relocation fears as ocean swallows Torres Strait
At least 14 dead as tornados rip across US
Carr tells Labor to stop 'gabbing' to the media


Obama warns against first strike on Iran
Union backlash over call for media watchdog
Five arrested after shots in Adelaide
LNP accused of selling access to MPs
WA, NT rank high for mining investment



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The Prime Minister, it seems, is not for turning

Well that was something.

Every now and again, one is reminded of how utterly transformative it can be when a political leader exerts authority in a surprising way. Twenty past twelve this afternoon was one of those moments.

The Prime Minister has put her foot down, and kept it down. Rather than just talking about being authoritative, she's just gone ahead and been itMore »

'Stuff it!' PM puts the pedal to the metal
Kevin Rudd and the Glory of the Martyrs
Saibai's sinking feeling
Lost tribes on the political plain
Tough times for the A-League billionaires
Fewer opinion polls, longer parliamentary terms
The twisted logic of pokie reform
Full of sin: how food became the new sex
Oscar: crafting man in his image

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WA, NT rank high for mining investment

By David Weber

An international survey of mining companies shows that despite talk of a mining tax, Australia continues to be a desirable investment destination.More »

Five arrested after shots in Adelaide
Thousands evacuate as flood threat spreads
Union backlash over call for media watchdog
Fallout and praise follows Cabinet reshuffle
Broncos fight back to down Eels
Local market follows Wall Street higher
Christian hat-trick slows Sri Lanka
Australian manufacturers take hit for the eurozone
Alleged Bali drug smuggler tried to escape

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EU leaders sign budget treaty

By Lisa Millar in London

All but two European Union countries have signed a treaty enforcing balanced budgets in a bid to prevent more crises and to build up confidence in the euro.More »

WA, NT rank high for mining investment
Media inquiry calls for single watchdog
Buyer found for embattled Anzac biscuit maker
Local market follows Wall Street higher

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Carr tells Labor to stop 'gabbing' to the media

Incoming foreign minister Bob Carr has issued a warning to his Labor Party colleagues to stop leaking internal details to the media.More »

EU leaders sign budget treaty
LNP accused of selling access to MPs
Obama warns against first strike on Iran
Union backlash over call for media watchdog

Feb 20, 2012

ABC News Australia Afternoon Edition: Bluescope Steel posts $530m loss | Business





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Review calls for school spending overhaul

The Federal Government has released the Gonski review on school funding but has not committed any new money to education.

The report, authored by businessman and academic David Gonski, has found the current school funding arrangements are complex, confusing and have obscure goals.

It says an extra $5 billion would have been needed to implement the changes based on 2009 figures, but Julia Gillard will not say how much extra her Government will spend on schools.More »

Gillard sidesteps questions on plans for Rudd
Cancer survivor fights to stop gene ownership
Man 'survives two months in snow-covered car'
Bligh unveils royalties-funded education plan
Kidnap charges dropped against Ibrahim siblings
Father breaks down in triple murder trial
Homes threatened by WA bushfire
Man charged with shooting 11yo boy
Aussie scientists unveil single-atom transistor



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Don't mention the war: Labor's silent leadership battle

It is entirely in keeping with the pattern of contrived silence now typical of the Federal Labor Party that - late on Saturday night - the Foreign Minister conducted what may be this continent's first entirely euphemistic television interview.

Mr Rudd was there to talk about a YouTube video that had been posted just hours earlier, and definitely not the leadership, or anything like that.

But if Mr Rudd or Ms Gillard could speak frankly about the current impasse, what would they say?More »

Labor needs leadership resolution
Strong public health a threat to private cover
Rudd's bold advance into Burma
The Labor leadership: a time of peril and opportunity
Iran, Israel and the west: some home truths
Misplaced entitlement and middle-class welfare
Lighting the dark continent
My grandpa never quite made it home from Darwin
Arrested: inside my Egyptian nightmare


Australia
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Coast sacks Bleiberg, appoints Mulvey

Gold Coast United has axed Miron Bleiberg for falsely reporting his resignation to the press on the weekend, pouring cold water on reports that he had quit.More »

Cancer survivor fights to stop gene ownership
Review calls for school spending overhaul
China growth hopes boost share market
Funding costs slice Bendigo Bank profits
Billabong reveals new takeover offer
Aussie scientists unveil single-atom transistor
Bluescope Steel posts $530m loss
Gillard sidesteps questions on plans for Rudd
Big business denies meeting with Rudd

Business
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Bluescope Steel posts $530m loss

By business editor Peter Ryan and staff

Bluescope Steel reports a first-half loss of $530 million sending its shares to a new low as the industry struggles with an oversupply of steel and falling commodity prices.More »

Big business denies meeting with Rudd
Shift to driverless trains prompts job concerns
Murdoch to launch Sun on Sunday next weekend
China growth hopes boost share market
Billabong reveals new takeover offer
Iran stops crude oil sales to UK, France
Funding costs slice Bendigo Bank profits
Orica to attempt re-start again


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Review calls for school spending overhaul

The Federal Government has released the Gonski review on school funding but has not committed any new money to education.

The report, authored by businessman and academic David Gonski, has found the current school funding arrangements are complex, confusing and have obscure goals.

It says an extra $5 billion would have been needed to implement the changes based on 2009 figures, but Julia Gillard will not say how much extra her Government will spend on schools.More »

Gillard sidesteps questions on plans for Rudd
Big business denies meeting with Rudd
Gillard has 'strong support' despite leadership rumblings
Banks breaching loan fact sheet rules

Feb 6, 2012

ABC News Australia Afternoon Edition: Retail sees Christmas cheer despite slow sales



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Anxious wait as river rises in abandoned town

Several thousand residents forced to abandon their homes in St George are anxiously waiting to see if the town's levees will hold up against a record flood. More »

Gillard says election winnable with hard work
Qld Government could face massive flood lawsuit
No opt-out rule for airport body scanners
Police probe deaths of Sydney housemates
Bloodshed in Syria amid outrage over UN veto
Retail sees Christmas cheer despite slow sales
Freeze brings deaths, chaos to Europe
Croc shock haunts family mourning lost daughter
Navy asked to make room for Sydney cruise boom






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After the fact: adventures in new journalism

A made-up story has passed for news in much of the nation's supposedly "quality" media for days now: the looming leadership challenge against Julia Gillard by Kevin Rudd.

In case you hadn't noticed, there hasn't been a spill.

There wasn't one yesterday, there hasn't been one so far today, and there almost certainly won't be one tomorrow.More »

Magic and miracles: Labor's 2012 hope
Keep festivals free of sniffer dog troubles
Syria intervention a greater challenge than Libya
Greens at the crossroads: 'Left' and 'Right' matter
Fool's gold: the whims and prejudices of the Reserve Bank
Policy priorities for 2012: jobs and services
Tankard Reist's political concealment
Pie crust politics: promises made, promises broken
The painful choice: Gingrich and Romney on the campaign trail





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Mining sector boosts jobs market

By Adam Rollason

The jobs market expanded last month according to a private survey, recording the largest rise in nearly two years.More »

Four-hour hospital emergency rule saving lives
Gillard says election winnable with hard work
No opt-out rule for airport body scanners
Qld Government could face massive flood lawsuit
Retail sees Christmas cheer despite slow sales
Daughter speaks out on fatal hit-run case
Share market buoyant in morning trade
Transport, utilities drive inflation higher
Eyes on RBA before first meeting





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Retail sees Christmas cheer despite slow sales

There was a surprise fall in retail turnover in the key Christmas shopping period, but official figures offer a glimmer of hope for department stores and fashion retailers.More »

Eyes on RBA before first meeting
Mining sector boosts jobs market
Bill amendments 'threaten Qantas' future'
Transport, utilities drive inflation higher
Greek bailout at risk as talks stall
Share market buoyant in morning trade
Orica set to restart Newcastle plant again
Gunns shares placed in trading halt





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Gillard says election winnable with hard work

By Sabra Lane and staff

Prime Minister Julia Gillard says she believes she can win the next Federal election.More »

Amnesty visits Australian detention centres
Gillard, Labor gain ground in latest poll
Gillard tells MPs to show more discipline
Rival Putin protests rally in Moscow




Jan 18, 2012

ABC News Australia Afternoon Edition: World Bank slashes growth forecasts | Business

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WA Opposition Leader steps down

Eric Ripper quits as leader of the WA Labor Party, ending speculation about his ability to lead the party to victory at next year's state election.
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The Drum

 

The very special guide to politics in 2012

As we all know, 2011 in Australian politics was the year of decision and delivery, the year when the Gillard Government rolled up its militant femo-Marxist sleeves and did some things.
With that in mind, what can we expect in 2012?
What should the Australian voter, currently whimpering in the corner and begging the body politic not to hurt him, expect from the coming year?
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Australia


NAPLAN cheating cases on the rise

Education authorities say they have confirmed more than 50 cases of cheating and security lapses during last year's NAPLAN tests, almost twice as many breaches as in the previous year.
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Business


World Bank slashes growth forecasts

The World Bank has slashed its global economic growth forecasts, warning of significant downside risks and fragility amid the eurozone's debt problems and weakening growth in emerging powerhouses.
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Wilkie denies backing down over pokies

Anti-pokies MP Andrew Wilkie has rejected widespread reports that his gambling reform deal with the Government is doomed.
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