Anzac centenary fund well short
MARK COLVIN: The fund to raise money to pay for a big chunk of next year's Anzac centenary commemorations is running well short of its target.
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Carr's reckless Israel view
IN his interview on the ABC's 7.30 about his book Diary of a Foreign Minister , and in media yesterday, Bob Carr continues to makes various claims about what he refers to as the "Israel lobby" in Melbourne.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Have you ever been asked to be more "pacific"? Or been told something was for "all intensive purposes"? Perhaps you're regularly instructed to go to the "parts and assessories" department to pick up stock.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Canberra City News
Moore: Trust crumbles for politicians
"As long as the point scoring continues, along with the vicious attacks based purely on political opportunisma trust in all our politicians will decline", says political columnist MICHAEL MOORE TRUST in our political institutions has taken an extraordinary dive.
Candidly speaking: Jewish leaders Down Under are not being intimidated
Former Australian Labor Party foreign minister Bob Carr this week released a 500-page book titled Diary of a Foreign Minister depicting his activities in office from March 2012 to September 2013.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Sydney Morning Herald
Shorten could face questions: Abetz
Senator Abetz says Mr Shorten might have done more when at the AWU to investigate the slush fund affair.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Sydney Morning Herald
Bob Carr is in his element and luxuriating in all the fuss
Bob Carr is sitting in his Bligh Street office, resplendent in a beloved Hermes tie, and contemplating the firestorm provoked by the first reports of his Diary of a Foreign Minister.
Sydney Morning Herald
What's on the table?
After Tony Abbott, Premier Li Keqiang and a goose-stepping Chinese soldier inspected the military guard of honour on Wednesday at Sanya, around the bay from the underwater cave that is home to China's nuclear-capable submarine fleet, Abbott asked Li aside to give him the latest on the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.
PM to end Asia trip with Forbidden City
Prime Minister Tony Abbott will wrap up his first official visit to North Asia with a tour of the 600-year-old Forbidden City in China.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Bob Carr's texts to Gillard reveal 'extraordinary' influence pro-Israel lobby had on former PM
The former foreign minister speaks with 3AW's Neil Mitchell in an attempt to clear up controversial claims from his soon to be published book, Diary of a Foreign Minister .
Caro's Flotsam and Jetsam: light at the end of the tunnel edition
Julia Gillard reviews Game of Thrones , Arthur Sinodinos can't recall much of anything, and the Greens are OK in WA.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Julia Gillard compares Game of Thrones to her time as Australia's prime minister
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Wed Apr 02, 2014
Julia Gillard agrees to unveil botanical gardens bust
FORMER prime minister Julia Gillard has agreed to unveil her bust in Ballarat's Prime Minister's Avenue but a date has not yet been set.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Julia Gillard on a carbon tax
The keynote address this afternoon to the Broadbent Institute's first annual Progress Summit in Ottawa- this week's podcast includes a chat with Mr. Broadbent-was delivered by former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
The Hill Times
Former top Obama adviser Mitch Stewart talks about narrative...
A former top campaign organizer for U.S. President Barack Obama, now working on a political action committee backing Hilary Clinton should she seek the presidency in 2016, gave closed-door briefings and workshops to union organizers, activists and NDP volunteers Thursday as part of a Broadbent Institute "progress summit" for political action.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Ex-MP defiant after losing sex case
He was caught with his trousers down and stripped of credibility, but Craig Thomson remained defiant yesterday after being jailed for stealing union money to pay for sex with prostitutes.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Brandis says it's OK to be a bigot
PEOPLE have a right to be bigots, according to Attorney General George Brandis, who delivered a strong defence of free speech in parliament today.
Sun Mar 23, 2014
Jobs dry up in Melbourne's east
UNION boss Paul Howes will always be known as one of the "faceless men" that installed Julia Gillard in the prime ministership.