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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

We got it so wrong in 2008 - Courier Mail

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We got it so wrong in 2008
Courier Mail, Australia - 1
Or perhaps not so strange after all, given the suddenness, depth and unpredictability of what Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has taken to calling the GFC, ...


Rudd reprising a scratchy old '78 - The Australian

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The Age

Rudd reprising a scratchy old '78
The Australian, Australia - 31 Dec 2008
Has anyone said as much to Kevin Rudd and Industry Minister Kim Carr? As 1978 began, inflation - though roughly halved from Whitlam's astronomical levels ...
A specific solution that worked Sydney Morning Herald
Economy, terrorism a concern for Fraser govt ABC Online
Prepare for more pain ahead - John Howard The Australian
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Economy, terrorism a concern for Fraser govt - ABC Online

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Sydney Morning Herald

Economy, terrorism a concern for Fraser govt
ABC Online, Australia - 1
... show that 30 years ago, former prime minister Malcolm Fraser's government was grappling with economic problems similar to those facing Kevin Rudd. ...
Rudd reprising a scratchy old '78 The Australian
A specific solution that worked Sydney Morning Herald
Prepare for more pain ahead - John Howard The Australian
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Rudd revolution should start today - The Australian

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Sydney Morning Herald

Rudd revolution should start today
The Australian, Australia - 1
Even with the financial crisis, Kevin Rudd had a dream run last year. He began by securing pain-free plaudits by signing the Kyoto Protocol on climate ...
Australia's love affair with our Acting PM Sydney Morning Herald
Gillard bowled over by female support in acting PM role ABC Online
The deadly consequences of the games that Israel plays The Age
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2008 - a year of broadband stagnation under Labor

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Despite all the broadband hype, rhetoric and big promises from Labor when in Opposition, 2008 will be remembered as a year of wasted opportunity; a year of stagnation and uncertainty, as a direct result of the Rudd Government’s bungled handling of broadband policy. The Rudd Labor Government enters 2009 having delivered absolutely nothing in relation to high-speed broadband, with confusion, the prospect of further lengthy delays and legal risks hanging over its troubled National Broadband Network (NBN) tender.



The countdown to 09 - Daily Telegraph

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The countdown to 09
Daily Telegraph, Australia - 2
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd took up the positive theme, urging Australians to "stick together'' to pull the nation through. "It will be a tough year for the ...