Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Pacific earthquake and tsunami

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The Coalition is deeply distressed at reports that dozens of people have been killed, including an Australian woman, by the earthquake and tsunami which hit Samoa and American Samoa early this morning.

Turnbull Doorstop - Visit to Robern Menz factory outlet, government expenditure leading to higher interest rates and higher taxes....

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We saw the final Budget outcome yesterday, and it was very instructive because it confirmed what we have known for some time, which is that last year’s deficit was almost entirely the consequence of additional spending. Revenue declined very slightly. Expenditure, that is government expenditure, borrowed money of course, expanded or increased very substantially.

You speak for no one, Turnbull tells climate rebels - Sydney Morning Herald

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Special Broadcasting Service

You speak for no one, Turnbull tells climate rebels
Sydney Morning Herald
I am not going to sit back and just let Kevin Rudd have his scheme go through on whatever terms he likes.'' Mr Turnbull was speaking in Adelaide yesterday ...
Malcolm Turnbull gets frontbench backing for deal on ETSThe Australian
Turnbull puts critics on noticeThe Age
Labor split over ETS: HockeyTrading Room
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Kevin Rudd building own war room - Courier Mail

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Kevin Rudd building own war room
Courier Mail
PRIME Minister Kevin Rudd is building his own hi-tech war room just a few paces from his office. Like the White House "situation room", it will be used to ...
Rudd to get US-style 'situation room'The Age

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Court decision more reason to keep ABCC

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A Federal Court decision to ban militant unionists from encouraging construction workers to hold illegal strikes is yet another reason to retain the independent construction watchdog.

Rudd's reckless spending spree danger for homeowners

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Labor cannot justify forcing home buyers to pay the price for its reckless spending through higher interest rates, especially in the face of new data affirming the relative strength of the Australian economy.

Over $200m spent on the Rudd spin machine

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The Rudd Labor Government’s advertising report for 2008/09 shows that Labor’s pre-election promises about government advertising were all spin and no substance.