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Ellen hired by Australian Parliament as Workplace-Culture Coordinator
"You get workplace abuse! You get workplace abuse! Everybody gets workplace abuse!"
Orkopoulos pleads, “respect my 30 presumptions of innocence”
"I do not want to be subjected to trial by media, in fact I'm quite keen to avoid a trial of any sort."
Beaconsfield miners face media contingent, ask to be buried again
Miners Brant Webb and Todd Russell have asked to be returned to their cage a kilometre underground after facing the
Singapore braces itself for onslaught of stern disapproval from Australians
The Singaporean government has resigned itself to receiving futile condemnation from trendy, Australian left-wingers for at least one news cycle, following
Budget woos Labor’s core: huge handouts for deceased voters
[Edition 40] CANBERRA, Thursday: The Federal Government revealed its re-election strategy with a budget aimed at winning back support from
JAMIE PACKER COMPLETELY IGNORANT: Also didn’t know truth about One.Tel
[Edition 40] SYDNEY, Monday: Jamie Packer’s lawyers today claimed that Jamie was totally ignorant. “I’d even go so far as
Howard cuts beer price to get voters drunk enough to re-elect him
[Edition 35] CANBERRA, Tuesday: Prime Minister John Howard has agreed to cut the excise on beer, in the hope cheaper
Shock discovery: Australian Democrats revealed as student hoax
[Edition 30] On Foundation Day at Adelaide University in 1977, a secretive group of students hatched a plan to play
Beazley says Defence Bill ‘Really useful in quelling incredibly violent Olympics’
[Edition 29] CANBERRA, Wednesday: The Opposition leader Mr Kim Beazley has expressed his enormous relief at Labor’s role in rushing
A few more years of civilised brutality will advantage Aborigines: Ruddock
[Edition 29] CANBERRA, Tuesday: The Minister for Reconciliation Philip Ruddock has defended his comments to French newspaper Le Monde claiming
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