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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Former AMA chief Bill Glasson seeks to take on Kevin Rudd - The Australian

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Former AMA chief Bill Glasson seeks to take on Kevin Rudd
The Australian
FORMER Australian Medical Association national president Bill Glasson is to seek Liberal National Party preselection to challenge former prime minister Kevin Rudd at the next federal election. Dr Glasson told The Australian yesterday that while he ...
Liberal National Party calling for candidates for former primer Minister Kevin ...Herald Sun

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Liberal National Party calling for candidates for former primer Minister Kevin ... - Herald Sun

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THE Liberal National Party (LNP) is calling for candidates to take on former prime minister Kevin Rudd at the next federal election. The LNP opened nominations on Tuesday for the Labor backbencher's seat of Griffith in Brisbane. The party had received ...

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LNP calls nominations for Rudd's seat - Ninemsn

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LNP calls nominations for Rudd's seat
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The Liberal National Party (LNP) is calling for candidates to take on former prime minister Kevin Rudd at the next federal election. The LNP opened nominations on Tuesday for the Labor backbencher's seat of Griffith in Brisbane. The party had received ...

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Monday, July 30, 2012

Rudd China Truths - Wall Street Journal

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Rudd China Truths
Wall Street Journal
Which is why both candidates might profit from the musings of one of the world's most knowledgeable politicians on the middle kingdom, former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. On a recent trip to New York, Mr. Rudd sat down with Political Diary to ...



Voters prefer Rudd to Abbott, want Labor leadership change - Brisbane Times

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Voters prefer Rudd to Abbott, want Labor leadership change
Brisbane Times
KEVIN Rudd has a big lead over Tony Abbott as preferred prime minister, while more than one in two voters believe Labor should change leaders. As the Labor Party is gripped by leadership talk, The Age/Nielsen poll has found 57 per cent would prefer Mr ...



Sunday, July 29, 2012

Voters prefer Rudd to Abbott, want Labor leadership change - Sydney Morning Herald

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Voters prefer Rudd to Abbott, want Labor leadership change
Sydney Morning Herald
KEVIN Rudd has a big lead over Tony Abbott as preferred prime minister, while more than one in two voters believe Labor should change leaders. As the Labor Party is gripped by leadership talk, The Age/Nielsen poll has found 57 per cent would prefer Mr ...
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