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Ms Bishop was upbraided by Wang Yi during a press conference in Beijing in December. The foreign minister was criticised for "irresponsible" comments after Australia condemned China's declaration of an air-defence zone over an island chain also
There's no internet, you can't take phone calls," Ludlam says. "It is good creative time...Ludlam decided to frame the seven-minute speech as a direct address to Tony Abbott, inviting the Prime Minister to rethink stereotypes of the wildflower state.
Cathy Wilcox He always said he was here to help, but former prime minister Kevin Rudd never said his capacity to render aid was confined to national borders. Having been liberated from Australia's top job last year by Tony ''Che'' Abbott, Rudd is now
The public is by and large no wiser about the meaning, or potential effectiveness, of the Abbott's government's ''direct action'' alternative, and there is no sign that it has adopted it. Rather, the evidence is that doing anything much on climate
PM Tony Abbott said he would liberate Qantas workers from the yoke of the carbon tax, but was shackled by the opposition. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Tony Abbott styled as a liberator of the working man? It was an idea more startling than Liza Minnelli'
Neil Cameron, Meredith An ounce of prevention My husband and I live in the bush about 10 kilometres from Hazelwood power station. Every year we cut, rake and clear around our house for the fire season. Last Tuesday afternoon we drove into Morwell to
Harrison Saragossi Former prime minister Kevin Rudd has dipped his toe into the Scotland independence debate and defended his government's asylum-seeker policy, in a speech at the Oxford Union. Despite his wife's Scottish ancestors' fight against the
In the past month first the Australian Workers Union's Paul Howes and now Martin Ferguson have exposed the need for Labor to develop a more sophisticated argument in the battle for the workplace. Ferguson's warning in a speech in Perth on Friday
Shortly after she was kicked out of office, Julia Gillard confessed publically to a "murderous rage" about the sexism she had had to endure as Australia's 27th prime minister. So a further six months on, has her anger diminished or increased? Ms
Minister Tony Abbott has warned colleagues to expect anxiety in the community as the government considers spending cuts ahead of the May budget. Mr Abbott told a coalition joint party room meeting in Canberra on Tuesday the build-up to a new