Archive for September 7th, 2013

Bosses’ offspring can affect their offerings – Brisbane Times


Brisbane Times

Bosses’ offspring can affect their offerings
Brisbane Times
An aspiring politician who puts his daughters front and centre in an election campaign must hope voters are up with the social science literature. Because it’s written in lofty boffin journals that daughters do more for their fathers as leaders than create better 

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Saturday, September 7th, 2013

Future cloudy for music festivals – Brisbane Times


Brisbane Times

Future cloudy for music festivals
Brisbane Times
Future in question: The crowd at the 2013 Future Music Festival watch performers on the main stage at Randwick Racecourse. Photo: Mick Tsikas. The promoter behind some of Australia’s biggest music festivals has collapsed with massive debts, less than a 
Big dance festival in doubt as promoter collapsesThe Age

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Saturday, September 7th, 2013

Hinge horrors cause pram rethink – Brisbane Times

Hinge horrors cause pram rethinkBrisbane TimesToddlers getting their fingers crushed in stroller folding hinges and falling from detachable pram seats have prompted an Australian Competition and Consumer Commission crackdown on pram and stroller safety…

Saturday, September 7th, 2013

Australia’s richest woman drops in to Barnaby Joyce’s party – Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

Australia’s richest woman drops in to Barnaby Joyce’s party
Sydney Morning Herald
It might have been Barnaby Joyce’s celebration party for the seat of New England but the star of the show last night at the election after-party in Tamworth was Australia’s richest woman Gina Rinehart. The West Australian iron ore billionaire just dropped in for 
Gina Rinehart visited Barnaby Joyce’s election after party in TamworthHerald Sun
Joyce wins New EnglandWeekly Times Now
Barnaby Joyce wins New EnglandBigPond News
Yahoo!7 News
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Saturday, September 7th, 2013

Costings spark infrastructure spending showdown – ABC Online


Sydney Morning Herald

Costings spark infrastructure spending showdown
ABC Online
Labor’s Deputy Prime Minister has hit out at Coalition plans to ditch the $2.5 billion Regional Infrastructure Fund. The Fund was set up by Labor to channel mining tax revenue into regional infrastructure projects, and it would be scrapped as part of the 
Politicians ponder Pacific Highway funding promisesABC Local
Coalition’s costings reveal no extra funds for highwayClarence Valley Daily Examiner
Concern funding will not be honouredCootamundra Herald
Northern Star –Ballina Shire Advocate
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