Archive for June 28th, 2013

Abbott says Turnbull ‘invented internet’ – Ninemsn

Abbott says Turnbull ‘invented internet’
Ninemsn
June 28, 2013: Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has made an embarrassing gaffe, suggesting fellow Liberal MP Malcolm Turnbull invented the internet in Australia. Opposition Leader Tony Abbott, who admits he is “no tech-head”, has made a blunder by 
Tony Abbott’s gaffe: credits Malcolm Turnbull for ‘inventing the internet’NEWS.com.au
Who < em > really < / em > invented the . . .The Age
Turnbull ‘virtually invented the internet’ in Australia: AbbottZDNet
Brisbane Times –The Daily Telegraph –Ballarat Courier
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Friday, June 28th, 2013

Bowen vows to fight Oz recession – iAfrica.com


iAfrica.com

Bowen vows to fight Oz recession
iAfrica.com
Australia’s new Treasurer Chris Bowen was Friday welcomed by business figures as he hinted at policy changes amid recession fears following an unprecedented Asia-mining boom. Bowen, who served as assistant treasurer from late 2007 to mid- 2009 and 
New treasurer looks to keep Australia out of recession – FRANCE 24FRANCE 24
Bowen makes industry first port of callWA today
Chris Bowen sworn in as treasurerSydney Morning Herald
Business Spectator
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Friday, June 28th, 2013

Victorian Premier Denis Napthine and the Prime Minister Kevin Rudd to meet … – ABC Local


Sky News Australia

Victorian Premier Denis Napthine and the Prime Minister Kevin Rudd to meet
ABC Local
The Premier Denis Napthine plans to meet the new Prime Minister next week to discuss the Federal Government’s schools funding plan. He is standing by his revised offer earlier this week, calling for $7 billion in federal funding. In turn, Victoria is promising an 
We still want $7b for schools: VicNEWS.com.au
Napthine and Rudd to discuss school fundingThe Age
Napthine defends TAFE enrolments fallNinemsn
The Guardian
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Friday, June 28th, 2013

Carr flags overhaul of refugee tribunals – The West Australian


The Guardian

Carr flags overhaul of refugee tribunals
The West Australian
The federal government is set to overhaul Australia’s refugee tribunal system in an effort to counter the recent surge in boat arrivals, claiming many are not bona fide asylum seekers, but actually economic migrants. Foreign Minister Bob Carr said on Friday 
Visa loophole key to asylum-seeker issueBrisbane Times
Indonesia’s leader Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono now keen to meet with RuddThe Australian
Dynamite goes missing in Jakarta on eve of Rudd visitSydney Morning Herald
The Guardian
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Friday, June 28th, 2013

New financial year brings changes in Qld – Brisbane Times

New financial year brings changes in Qld
Brisbane Times
Queenslanders will pay substantially more for electricity from Monday, as the government tries to convince the public it’s doing all it can to bring down prices. The new financial year will see a number of changes across the state, but the power price hike will be 

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Friday, June 28th, 2013
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