Archive for November, 2014

Shooters vow to block NSW Coalition’s plan to sell power assets – ABC Online


Herald Sun

Shooters vow to block NSW Coalition’s plan to sell power assets
ABC Online
The Shooters and Fishers Party vows to block New South Wales Premier Mike Baird’s plan to sell power assets to fund new infrastructure if it retains the balance of power in the Upper House. Mr Baird has pledged to sell 49 per cent of the state’s “poles and …
Shooters and Fishers pledge to block Mike Baird’s $20 billion power saleSydney Morning Herald
Victorian election 2014 fallout: Power to the fringeHerald Sun

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Sunday, November 30th, 2014

Northam death treated as suspected homicide – ABC Online

Perth NowNortham death treated as suspected homicideABC OnlineThe death of a man in the Western Australia town of Northam is being treated as a suspected homicide, according to Western Australian police. Officers were called to Northam Hospital yesterd…

Sunday, November 30th, 2014

1.1 million votes still to count in Vic – 9news.com.au

Sydney Morning Herald1.1 million votes still to count in Vic9news.com.auThe 2.5 million votes cast by Victorians at polling booths on Saturday have been counted, and the focus now shifts to the 1.1 million pre-poll and postal votes. Victorian Electoral…

Sunday, November 30th, 2014

Brisbane’s ‘ugly’ transit centre to make way for underground public transport hub – ABC Online


ABC Online

Brisbane’s ‘ugly’ transit centre to make way for underground public transport hub
ABC Online
The Queensland Government has announced plans to demolish and rebuild the Brisbane Transit Centre in Roma Street. Premier Campbell Newman said the “much-maligned” transit centre would be reconstructed to make way for an underground bus and …
Brisbane Transit Centre could be demolished as BaT Tunnel route changedBrisbane Times
LNP to demolish Brisbane’s Roma St Transit CentreWhitsunday Times

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Sunday, November 30th, 2014

Budget hit hard in parliamentary negotiations – SBS


SBS

Budget hit hard in parliamentary negotiations
SBS
The Abbott government will give up at least $3.5 billion in budget savings in a bid to get its higher education changes and asylum seeker laws through parliament. Source: AAP. 3 Dec 2014 – 9:42 PM UPDATED 1 HOUR AGO …
MPs seek solace in the far away, but still the heavens dump upon themSydney Morning Herald
Karl Stefanovic Tells Christopher Pyne To “Man Up”Pedestrian TV
$3 billion lost as Pyne changes uni reformsToowoomba Chronicle

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Sunday, November 30th, 2014
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