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Saturday, February 28, 2009

soldiers 'may resign' over pay dispute - The Australian

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WA today

soldiers 'may resign' over pay dispute
The Australian, Australia
"Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and Defence Minister Joel Fitzgibbon have failed to deal with an issue that is at the cutting edge of defence morale.'' "They have been focused more on picture opportunities than on making sure that our diggers are paid a ...
Gillard defends Fitzgibbon over SAS pay bungle ABC Online
Kevin Rudd steps in over SAS pay The Australian
Soldier's pay was $0.0, says SAS wife The Australian
The Australian - The Australian
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Therese Rein on secret business mission to London - The Australian

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Therese Rein on secret business mission to London
The Australian, Australia
WorkDirections UK, the company owned by Kevin Rudd's wife, is tendering for business in a $2.5 billion government scheme to find work for the long-term unemployed. Ms Rein, forced to sell the Australian arm of the firm to avoid conflicts of interest ...


Joe Hockey vs Kevin Rudd: Will it be a Sunrise election? - Daily Telegraph

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Joe Hockey vs Kevin Rudd: Will it be a Sunrise election?
Daily Telegraph, Australia
By Sharri Markson DISARRAY in the Liberal party has led senior party figure to discuss a possible "Sunrise election", elevating Joe Hockey to take on Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. Concerns that Malcolm Turnbull will not survive as leader - and fears ...


Prime Minister Kevin Rudd pushes 2018 football World Cup bid - The Australian

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Prime Minister Kevin Rudd pushes 2018 football World Cup bid
The Australian, Australia
PRIME Minister Kevin Rudd has made another plea for Australians to get on board Football Federation Australia's (FFA) bid to host the 2018 Soccer World Cup. Mr Rudd made the appeal at Saturday's launch of a 10-year national plan to increase the number ...
FFA sets indigenous players target The Age
FFA launch Indigenous plan Special Broadcasting Service
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Rudd can say no to Afghan troop request, expert says - ABC Online

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Rudd can say no to Afghan troop request, expert says
ABC Online, Australia
(AAP: Alan Porritt, file photo) If United States President Barack Obama asks for Australia to send more troops to Afghanistan, there is no reason why Prime Minister Kevin Rudd cannot say no, a strategic policy analyst says. Mr Obama has reaffirmed his ...


Friday, February 27, 2009

Turnbull Doorstop - Pacific Brands, F3 link, executive remuneration, Rudd meeting with President Obama, self-funded retirees, Labor's panic on ETS

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We’re here today with the Mayor and the Deputy Mayor discussing the job situation here in Cessnock, particularly in the light of the 83 job losses at Bonds. Every one of those is a tragedy. It’s important to ensure that we have a strong economy everywhere so that where jobs are lost there will be other job opportunities opening up.