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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Krazy Kevin Rudd responds to the Global Financial Crisis

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In tha face of a looming recession, Krazy Kevin Rudd studies economic theory on Wikipedia and comes up with the perfect solution...

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Rees denies rift with Rudd - ABC Online

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Coff's Coast Advocate

Rees denies rift with Rudd
ABC Online, Australia
There is speculation that Kevin Rudd is openly displeased with the performance of the NSW Premier Nathan Rees. (AAP Image: Tracey Nearmy) Nathan Rees has rejected speculation that the Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is unhappy with his performance as Premier ...
Rudd, Rees 'friendly and cordial' Tweed Daily News
May 1: Politics briefing The Australian
Spin master is back to resuscitate Rees fortunes Sydney Morning Herald
LIVENEWS.com.au - The Australian
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Psychic predicts near-fatal accident for Kevin Rudd - The Australian

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Psychic predicts near-fatal accident for Kevin Rudd
The Australian, Australia
THERE are grim portents for Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, if Brisbane psychic Zandra Marie's prediction is to be believed. She told The Courier-Mail that Prime Minister may have to bow out of political life because of "near-fatal injuries caused by some ...


Doubts over new early warning system - ABC Online

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The Gympie Times

Doubts over new early warning system
ABC Online, Australia - Samantha Donovan
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd acknowledges that it will not be perfect. "This will not be a foolproof system for the future, but it does represent an important step forward in providing the best possible emergency warning system in the case of future ...
COAG agrees on national alert system for major emergencies The Australian
Kevin Rudd - Interview on ABC Hobart Australia.TO
Rudd to brief state leaders on finances Brisbane Times
The Australian - ABC Online
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Rudd to get jobless teens training - The Australian

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Rudd to get jobless teens training
The Australian, Australia - Patricia Karvelas
And Kevin Rudd has offered state governments a share of a $100 million funding pool if they lift Year 12 retention rates toward 90 per cent within six years. Speaking in Hobart yesterday, the Prime Minister said he would not allow young people made ...
Teen drop-outs lose benefits Sydney Morning Herald
Crackdown on welfare for under 20s The Australian
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Not one kilo more CO2 to be saved by 2020 under Mr Rudd's hoax

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Mr Rudd’s scheme today will not make one kilogram of difference to Australia’s 2020 target for CO2 reduction.