Archive for February 28th, 2014

Former union boss Ferguson blasts MUA – The West Australian


The West Australian

Former union boss Ferguson blasts MUA
The West Australian
Former Labor Resources minister and union boss Martin Ferguson has blamed “rogue” unions for delaying Australia’s biggest gas project and backed the coalition’s industrial relations reform agenda. Mr Ferguson, now an advocate for the oil and gas industry, 

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Friday, February 28th, 2014

Cry, my father’s country – Sydney Morning Herald

Cry, my father’s country
Sydney Morning Herald
The slight young Australian is boarding a dilapidated long-distance bus on the outskirts of Damascus, steeling herself for the perilous journey ahead. Syrian friends have begged her not to go. But Reme Sakr has travelled from Sydney, determined to seek out 

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Friday, February 28th, 2014

Clive Palmer kicks journalist out of PUP election launch – Sydney Morning Herald


Australian Times

Clive Palmer kicks journalist out of PUP election launch
Sydney Morning Herald
Clive Palmer says it’s not up to the major political parties to dictate who is allowed a voice in the Australian Senate, while simultaneously denying one media outlet its voice at a press conference. Mr Palmer flew into Perth on the same day Western Australia’s 
Dio Wang again leads PUP ticket for WA SenateBrisbane Times
Clive Palmer bars The Australian from Perth press conferenceThe Australian
Clive Palmer asks ‘disruptive’ journalist to leave press conferenceThe Guardian
The Conversation
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Friday, February 28th, 2014

Indon cops to examine Corby program – NEWS.com.au


Brisbane Times

Indon cops to examine Corby program
NEWS.com.au
INDONESIAN authorities will examine the Seven Network’s program about Schapelle Corby’s release from prison, which they say is going to air “at her risk”. It’s understood Seven’s Sunday Night has put together a story for this weekend’s program about the 
Indonesian police to examine Corby programNinemsn
Schapelle Corby programme will be aired at her own risk, says IndonesiaThe Guardian
Indonesian cops to examine Corby programSky News Australia
Sydney Morning Herald
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Friday, February 28th, 2014

Sargent Security loses licence leaving Sydney schools stranded – Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

Sargent Security loses licence leaving Sydney schools stranded
Sydney Morning Herald
Emergency security measures are in place across more than 900 Sydney public schools this weekend after the state government’s approved contractor had its master licence terminated by the NSW Commissioner of Police. Sargent Security, which won a 
Sargent Security stripped of NSW operating licenceABC Online

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Friday, February 28th, 2014
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