Archive for May 7th, 2014

Murdered chef Peter Milos had links to Albanian mafia family – Courier Mail


Sky News Australia

Murdered chef Peter Milos had links to Albanian mafia family
Courier Mail
A MURDERED restaurateur who was once a rising star of Brisbane’s fine dining scene had underworld connections which ran deep. Peter Milos was a blood relative of an Albanian mafia family that was taken down in one of Queensland’s biggest drug stings, …
Slain chef Peter Milos spoke of ‘starting again’Brisbane Times
Peter Milos, Brisbane chef, found dead in suburban garage, prompting murder ABC Online
Murdered chef took time off to pen bookNinemsn

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Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

Debt tax looks likely – ABC Online


Brisbane Times

Debt tax looks likely
ABC Online
The Prime Minister has stared down a backbench revolt and pressure from former Liberal colleagues to push ahead with his controversial debt levy in the budget. Tom Iggulden. Source: Lateline | Duration: 5min 19sec. Topics: government-and-politics, …
Abbott Government’s tax hike signed off on despite dissent from within over The Australian
Labor’s Mess – Liberal Party booklet sets out in detail Labor’s toxic debt legacyAustralian Conservative
Australia Debates Whether it Has a Debt CrisisWall Street Journal
Herald Sun –The Age
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Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

Bob Carr’s Diary of a Foreign Minister: more matter, less art – The Canberra Times


The Canberra Times

Bob Carr’s Diary of a Foreign Minister: more matter, less art
The Canberra Times
All the world’s a stage: Bob Carr with United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon. Photo: UN Photo/Evan Schneider. The Public Sector Informant: May issue. As the Rudd government approached its Gotterdammerung, the foreign minister, Bob Carr, …

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Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

Bob Carr’s Diary of a Foreign Minister: more matter, less art – The Canberra Times


The Canberra Times

Bob Carr’s Diary of a Foreign Minister: more matter, less art
The Canberra Times
All the world’s a stage: Bob Carr with United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon. Photo: UN Photo/Evan Schneider. The Public Sector Informant: May issue. As the Rudd government approached its Gotterdammerung, the foreign minister, Bob Carr, …
Chained reactionThe Australian

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Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

Man, 18, critical after being pulled from fiery wreck on Kwinana Freeway – Perth Now

The West AustralianMan, 18, critical after being pulled from fiery wreck on Kwinana FreewayPerth NowAn 18-year-old is fighting for his life after the car he was driving was struck by a stolen car at high speed on Kwinana Freeway just south of the Narro…

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