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Thursday, June 30, 2011

Wayne Swan gone, Kevin Rudd safe: Newspoll signals Queensland rout - Courier Mail

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Wayne Swan gone, Kevin Rudd safe: Newspoll signals Queensland rout
Courier Mail
KEVIN Rudd would be the only Queensland frontbencher left with a safe seat if an election were held today, with support for Labor so dire in the former prime minister's home state that Wayne Swan would be voted out of parliament. ...
Labor support plummets in Queensland: NewspollABC Online
Swan may lose seat as support dips: pollSydney Morning Herald

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Burma Draws Foreign Envoys - Voice of America

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Burma Draws Foreign Envoys
Voice of America
Kevin Rudd became the first Australian foreign minister to visit Burma since 2002, when he touched down in the country on Thursday. He is one of many international envoys to travel to the long-isolated country since its November election, ...

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Labor support plummets in Queensland: Newspoll - ABC Online

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Labor support plummets in Queensland: Newspoll
ABC Online
Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd would be the only Labor frontbencher in Queensland left with a safe seat if an election were held today, the latest Newspoll shows. The poll published in today's Australian newspaper also suggests Opposition Leader Tony ...
Swan may lose seat as support dips: pollSydney Morning Herald

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Polling shows the symptom, not cause - The Australian

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Polling shows the symptom, not cause
The Australian
THE opinion polls, bad as they are, are not Julia Gillard's real problem and it's a myth it was poor polling that destroyed Kevin Rudd. What destroyed Rudd's leadership and what caused his colleagues finally to move against him were frustrations with a ...
Wayne Swan gone, Kevin Rudd safe: Newspoll signals Queensland routCourier Mail
Labor support plummets in Queensland: NewspollABC Online
Swan may lose seat as support dips: pollSydney Morning Herald

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Foreign aid consultants getting rich - Adelaide Now

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Foreign aid consultants getting rich
Adelaide Now
Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd said he would crack down on highly paid "briefcase" foreign aid advisers. Picture: Fethi Belaid/AFP Photo. Source: AdelaideNow A KENYAN man advising PNG on farming techniques is on a foreign aid contract worth $1.089 million ...
Foreign advisers raking in millionsThe Daily Telegraph

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Rudd appoints envoy to peak Muslim body - The Australian

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Rudd appoints envoy to peak Muslim body
The Australian
Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd has announced the appointment of a special envoy to the peak Muslim body, the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation. Source: AFP AUSTRALIA aims to be more deeply engaged in Islamic affairs with the appointment of a special ...

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