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T.O.'s problem' Re Ford Tried To Buy Video, Police Believe (Dec. Councillor Doug Ford says his brother Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is doing great and looking forward to the next election. I would hope that this is also the case for the Toronto electorate.
Here, children are shuffled to the next year of study regardless and where gaps in educational knowledge and skills are glossed over. This is particularly the case for maths where a sequential development of key concepts and skills is essential...
Didn't the LNP prior to the election categorically commit to not doing deals ever with the Greens.? Commenter Seriously Location Date and time December 05, 2013, 9:36AM Sort comments by: Not only have we had a change in Government recently, but our
Course What you need to know Castle Oaks Lots of roll in fairways in dry conditions; greens smooth; play early if you want to fuel up post round because restaurant closes at 2 p.m. Empire Ranch Greens hard/fast; repair work ongoing on a few bunkers
Story The opposition grilled the government Monday over the reappearance of Senate scandal-related emails from a former PMO lawyer. NDP Leader Tom Mulcair says the PMO's strategy is to "deny until you get caught." CP Video Politics Suspended Sen.
Kim Carr says Labor will oppose the Coalition's move to cut $2.3 billion from higher education. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Labor has performed its own education backflip, saying it will oppose the Coalition's cynical move to cut $2.3 billion from
Labor and the Greens have combined in the Senate to force debate on key elements of the Abbott government's plan in a bid to save two key climate change-related bodies. The two parties used their majority vote last night to split the Abbott's package
In relation to the Transport Workers Union slush fund, that's not just a Christmas social club, that is a huge amount of money...Fair Work and we support any investigation required.'' Senator Abetz accused Labor and the Greens of delaying a
English polled highest among the Trans Tasman Editors , contributors and their Capital insiders who make up the panel which compiles Roll Call, and his work speaks for itself. English is restoring the Crown Accounts to surplus, he is getting the
The government borrowed a further $800 million on Friday, taking it to within $3.9 billion of the $300 billion ceiling. It is due to breach the ceiling in 10 days' time on December 12...Photo: Katherine Griffiths It is understood Mr Hockey wants to