Monday, August 31, 2009

Building bridges with China - Business Spectator (registration)

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Building bridges with China
Business Spectator (registration)
When Kevin Rudd became Prime Minister of Australia, his mastery of Mandarin and his knowledge of China raised expectations of a much closer relationship ...
Curb Sino-Australian relations from plunging into the abyssPeople's Daily Online
Robert Gottliebsen An island of hopeBusiness Spectator (registration)
Robert Gottliebsen Charting the future in PittsburghBusiness Spectator (registration)

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Repatriation of flying officer Michael Herbert and pilot officer Robert Carver

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It was a privilege to attend at Richmond today the Ramp Ceremony for the repatriation of Flying Officer Michael Herbert and Pilot Officer Robert Carver.

Election in Japan

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The Coalition congratulates Democratic Party of Japan leader Yukio Hatoyama and his party on their historic election victory.

Election of new Government in Japan

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We in the federal Opposition congratulate the Democratic Party of Japan on its election victory and look forward to working with the new government of Prime Minister-elect, Yukio Hatoyama, to strengthen further the valued and vibrant partnership between our two nations.

Not so “super” clinics

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Residents of the City of Cockburn in Western Australia could be waiting a long time for Kevin Rudd to deliver a new so-called “GP Super Clinic”.

Rudd fails to support Deputy on school signs

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Prime Minister Kevin Rudd today cast further doubt on the legitimacy of Julia Gillard’s roadside school signs, telling Perth radio that he would be waiting to see the results of the AEC investigation into whether the signs were illegal.

Kevin Rudd trapped by error: Malcolm ... - The Australian

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Kevin Rudd trapped by error: Malcolm Turnbull
The Australian
MALCOLM Turnbull has warned that Kevin Rudd has condemned Australians to needless debt by making the "political error" of promising a new building for every ...
Predictions Australia will dodge recession againABC Online

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