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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Rudd refuses comment firmly on economy - The Age

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Rudd refuses comment firmly on economy
The Age, Australia - 1
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has refused to say whether Australia's economy is slowing too rapidly. Economic data showing a slump in housing approvals, ...
A picture paints a thousand words for Kevin Rudd The Australian
PM defends handling of economy ABC Online
Summit was hardly a pinnacle WA Business News (subscription)
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Rudd’s pedigree revealed! - The Statesman

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Rudd’s pedigree revealed!
The Statesman, India -
MELBOURNE, July 31: Australian Prime Minister Mr Kevin Rudd's ancestors were petty criminals ~ one of them a street urchin from London sentenced to death ...
Rudd's ancestor went in for stripping The Australian
Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd descended from thieves Telegraph.co.uk
Urchins, convicts at root of Kevin Rudd's family tree NEWS.com.au
Times Online - Herald Sun
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Rudd's ancestor went in for stripping - The Australian

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Rudd's ancestor went in for stripping
The Australian, Australia - 1
One of Kevin Rudd's ancestors was transported to Australia ... for stripping. Not her own clothes, mind. No, Mary Wade, an urchin from the London slums, ...
Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd descended from thieves Telegraph.co.uk
Urchins, convicts at root of Kevin Rudd's family tree NEWS.com.au
Saints tell of all the sinners in PM's past The Canberra Times
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6th Annual Health Insurance Summit - Kevin Rudd MP

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6th Annual Health Insurance Summit - Kevin Rudd MP

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Leader of the opposition, Australian Labor Party, talks about private health insurance and 21st century health.



Child Support debt spiralling out of control

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Human Services Shadow Minister Helen Coonan has today called for improved legislation to enforce the payment of child support obligations by parents, following reports that up to 20,000 fathers who have moved overseas are avoiding their payment commitments.



Has Conroy buried the USO Review in his too hard basket?

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Almost 12 months after the previous government announced a review of the telecommunications Universal Service Obligation (USO) the silence from Labor’s Communications Minister Stephen Conroy suggests he has buried it in his too hard basket.