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Julia Gillard will reflect on her time in public life: the policies, the issues and the experiences that defined her time in the cauldron of Australian politics, at Riverside Theatres on October 1. From her election as the member for Melbourne on October 3, 1998, through her term as Australia's 27th Prime Minister and her departure from Parliament on September 7, 2013, at a special Whitlam Institute event at Parramatta Riverside Theatre's. Gillard will explore her story of the road to reform, within the intimacy of the Riverside Theatre's Lennox Theatre.
Julia Gillard haters got their moment to shine yesterday when Gillard fronted the unions royal commission. But not one managed to land a blow.
The royal commission into union corruption has failed to land a killer blow on Julia Gillard over her role in a union slush fund scandal despite almost four hours of questioning. But the former prime minister admitted she would do things differently than more than 20 years ago, reflecting "none of us get to go back in a time machine".
JULIA Gillard has told a royal commission it was common to provide free legal advice to unions. We have live coverage of her evidence.
THE immigration minister will announce tougher airport security measures as the domestic spy agency considers raising Australia's terrorist threat level. JULIA Gillard has appeared at the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption.
Former prime minister Julia Gillard is due to front the royal commission into trade unions today to again respond to allegations relating to a union slush fund she has always strenuously denied. As part of its investigation into the Australian Workers Union , the commission is examining a slush fund which was set up by Ms Gillard's former boyfriend, AWU official Bruce Wilson.
A FEDERAL Labor MP has written to the Australian Federal Police asking them to investigate government backbencher Mal Brough over how he obtained Peter Slipper's diary. SHE'S baaaack.
THE sticky paper of scandal and the politics of money are embroiling players across the spectrum, with claims and revelations guaranteed to further disillusion already cynical voters. In the week that Julia Gillard is due to appear before the royal commission into union corruption, federal Liberal minister Arthur Sinodinos will be back giving evidence at the Independent Commission Against Corruption.
A MELBOURNE woman marking her retirement with a dream safari holiday is one of two Australians killed in a horrific bus crash in Kenya. FORMER prime minister Julia Gillard will be grilled about her role in setting up a union slush fund when she fronts the union corruption royal commission tomorrow.
History will record that the largest criminal organisation in Australia was protected by the first woman prime minister of Australia. This is going to be a big month for Julia Gillard's reputation.
The resources sector believes there will be a surge in jobs and investment after the mining tax was finally killed by Federal Parliament yesterday.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 07:09 pm
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