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Saturday, January 31, 2015

Rudd smear campaign denied - SBS

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Rudd smear campaign denied
SBS
Health Minister Tony Abbott has refused to say if he has ever visited a strip club, but says the federal government isn't to blame for Kevin Rudd's current predicament. Mr Abbott said the opposition leader was wrong to suggest the News Limited story of ...



Rudd attacks Howard on climate - SBS

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Rudd attacks Howard on climate
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Federal Labor leader Kevin Rudd says the core failure of the prime minister's report on climate change is the lack of a specific target for cutting greenhouse gas emissions. Mr Rudd told the West Australian Labor Party state conference in Perth today ...

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Rudd opens first caucus meeting - SBS

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Rudd opens first caucus meeting
SBS
Prime Minister elect Kevin Rudd urged the Labor caucus to look to the past if they needed inspiration during the next three years. "We have an enormous burden of responsibility lying ahead of us this three years," he said. "The great thing about this ...



New leaders can deliver - The Australian

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New leaders can deliver
The Australian
Kevin Rudd's coup in 2013 saved Labor dozens of seats, according to the party's polling. Then there are the leadership changes that propelled, either immediately or eventually, an opposition into government: Abbott replacing Malcolm Turnbull in 2009 ...

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Working families are back - The Australian (blog)

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Working families are back
The Australian (blog)
REMEMBER when working families were all the rage? Kevin Rudd couldn't get enough of working families and their woes. His aim was to relieve the pressures on them by providing even more tax benefits (including for older children) and even more ...



Is time running out for Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his chief of staff Peta ... - The Daily Telegraph

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Is time running out for Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his chief of staff Peta ...
The Daily Telegraph
Hawker believes it is the cult of personality that has crept into Australian politics since Rudd that has fuelled the public examination of the characters behind the Leaders. And Credlin is simply the latest. Hawker points to the very public ...

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