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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Lurch leaves Labor at sea - Newcastle Herald

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Lurch leaves Labor at sea
Newcastle Herald
It was former prime minister Kevin Rudd who told Labor power-brokers that he would not "lurch to the right" on the issue in a hunt for populist appeal. The power-brokers responded by sacking Mr Rudd and installing Julia Gillard, whose every lurch so ...
Julia Gillard sweeps through Queensland as poll show Labor Government in troubleCourier Mail
WA gets a raw deal on carbonThe West Australian (blog)

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Powerbrokers returning to table of Chinese billionaire patron - Sydney Morning Herald

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Powerbrokers returning to table of Chinese billionaire patron
Sydney Morning Herald
While the Treasurer, Wayne Swan, spent half of his only China trip this year at Dr Chau's super-luxury resort north of Guangzhou yesterday, it emerged that the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Kevin Rudd, discreetly made the same journey in similar ...

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The RBA and the history cable - The Australian

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The RBA and the history cable
The Australian
HINDSIGHT is a wonderful thing but the history of the global financial crisis will show that Kevin Rudd's government missed the early warning signs of the sub-prime lending crisis of 2008, then panicked and overplayed its hand. ...

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US diplomat Robert McCallum on Kevin Rudd's reforms - The Australian

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US diplomat Robert McCallum on Kevin Rudd's reforms
The Australian
THE former top US diplomat in Australia warned that Kevin Rudd's executive pay reforms would allow the former prime minister to "claim victory" against excessive wages, but were only minor changes to the existing framework. In a 2008 diplomatic cable ...

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More Australian miners Africa-bound, says Kevin Rudd - NEWS.com.au

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More Australian miners Africa-bound, says Kevin Rudd
NEWS.com.au
INVESTMENT by Australian miners and exploration companies in Africa has surged to $US20 billion ($19 billion) and more is in the pipeline, Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd says. About 230 Australian resources companies are involved in more than 650 projects ...
Australian investment in Africa surges, says Kevin RuddThe Australian
Mining companies increasing investment in AfricaABC Online
Australian miners invest $20bn in Africa, 'billions more in the pipeline'Creamer Media's Mining Weekly
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Kevin Rudd sorry?

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