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Following 3 feeds are from the Australian Broadcasting Commission

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How authorities underestimated siege gunman Monis

The architect of the deadly Lindt Cafe siege had a long and documented history of dangerous behaviour.



Mon, 22 May 2017 21:37:31 +1000


Fire claims NSW artist's gallery in tourist community

A well-known Australian artist's gallery has been destroyed by a fire in Lightning Ridge.



Mon, 22 May 2017 18:57:19 +1000


Peats, Trbojevic set for big debuts as NSW names its Origin squad

Nathan Peats will make his State of Origin debut for the Blues after being named in NSW's squad in place of the injured Peter Wallace.



Mon, 22 May 2017 18:41:15 +1000

Latest Top (5) News


Culleton lodges appeal
The ex-senator launches a last-ditch bid against a bankruptcy ruling, hoping to regain the seat he officially lost yesterday.

Thu, 12 Jan 2017 00:14:00 GMT


Turnbull dinner cost $30k
An Iftar dinner party thrown by the PM and attended by a controversial Islamic preacher cost taxpayers more than $30,000.

Wed, 11 Jan 2017 22:22:00 GMT


Centrelink data to be ‘refined’
Centrelink’s controversial data-matching program will be ‘refined’ as pressure mounts for it to be suspended.

Wed, 11 Jan 2017 13:00:00 GMT


Culleton to fight Senate axing
Rod Culleton says he will remain a senator until he exhausts all ‘legal and constitutional avenues’.

Wed, 11 Jan 2017 13:00:00 GMT


Flagged carers out on full pay
Four workers red-flagged in a 2014 review of SA’s troubled child protection agency remain suspended on full pay.

Wed, 11 Jan 2017 13:00:00 GMT

Latest Top (7) News


Stolen Generations survivors call for national compensation fund

Two decades ago, the Bringing Them Home inquiry found Stolen Generations children were subjected to gross human rights violations. Now survivors are renewing their call for a national compensation fund, and better support for an ageing population of people with deep scars.



Tue, 23 May 2017 05:07:08 +1000


Resisting the cult of self-improvement

These days, positive thinking, personal growth and the relentless pursuit of happiness are pretty much moral imperatives, but one expert says it's time to reject the self-improvement ideology, refuse the cult of positive thinking and stand firm.



Tue, 23 May 2017 05:04:58 +1000


Q&A: Trump impeachment 'won't have anything to do with Russia'

Following a tumultuous few weeks in US politics, Q&A panellists weigh in on President Donald Trump's chances of getting impeached.



Tue, 23 May 2017 00:27:13 +1000
News feed from CCH

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Australia

Australia. SJ Dodgson. MJoTA 2013 v7n1 p0613.

I first arrived in Australia when I was 9. After 3 years living on the top of a hill in paradise in the grounds of a self-contained hospital in New Zealand, in Sydney I had to wear a school uniform, was separated from my brothers and lived in houses in dusty streets.

I left Australia in the month I was defeated in a NSW parliamentary election, awarded a PhD from the Faculty of Medicine at UNSW and turned 27. I wanted a career, and the doors were shut in Australia.

The Australian Government paid for my entire education, and they did not make me stay. Thank you Australia! 
News feed from the Australian Broadcasting Commission

Latest Top (8) News


Stolen Generations survivors call for national compensation fund

Two decades ago, the Bringing Them Home inquiry found Stolen Generations children were subjected to gross human rights violations. Now survivors are renewing their call for a national compensation fund, and better support for an ageing population of people with deep scars.



Tue, 23 May 2017 05:07:08 +1000


Resisting the cult of self-improvement

These days, positive thinking, personal growth and the relentless pursuit of happiness are pretty much moral imperatives, but one expert says it's time to reject the self-improvement ideology, refuse the cult of positive thinking and stand firm.



Tue, 23 May 2017 05:04:58 +1000


Q&A: Trump impeachment 'won't have anything to do with Russia'

Following a tumultuous few weeks in US politics, Q&A panellists weigh in on President Donald Trump's chances of getting impeached.



Tue, 23 May 2017 00:27:13 +1000
Rural news feed from the Australian Broadcasting Commission

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Queensland is the first state to sign up to the Federal Government's Farm Finance package .. (audio)
Laura Tchilinguirian spoke to the Vice President of the National Farmers’ Federation Brent Finlay.

Thu, 11 Jul 2013 14:15:00 +1000


Ausveg reacts to fears that food processor Simplot may close its Devonport and Bathurst factories .. (audio)
Glen Bartholomew spoke to the spokesman for the peak body representing vegetable growers, Andrew White

Wed, 05 Jun 2013 18:20:00 +1000


Young people walking away from the Murray-Darling Basin at nearly twice the rate of other areas .. (audio)
Mark Tamhane asked study author Professor Helen Berry from the University of Canberra why..

Thu, 30 May 2013 09:20:00 +1000
Why is Australia one country? SJ Dodgson. MJoTA 2013 v7n2 p1118.

So why has Oz never split into 2 or 3 countries that hate each other? Why does Oz still have a whole continent all to itself? Look at  the Northern American landmass: Canada, USA and Mexico are jammed together. And the island of Hispaniola: with both the Dominican Republic and Haiti. And then Europe, Asia, and of course Africa.

One explanation could be that only the British planted a flag and claimed Australia. That is not true, but maybe what happened was other countries did not want to fight over Australia. Until Japan in the second world war.

I remember that Queensland was not happy for some years, we used to joke that Queensland was 20 years and 1 hour behind the rest of the East Coast. But that all has been resolved, now Queensland is a favored state to live and work.

Could Australia split into separate countries? I do not know. So far it has not.

After being away for 21 years, I returned to Australia in 2010 to stay with my brother in the inner-city suburb of Surry Hills.

During my afternoon walks I frequently wandered down to Circular Quay and all around the city. I did not hear English spoken in the streets. Mostly Asian languages, and also European languages. I also found that girls I went to school with have mostly left Sydney, forced out by skyrocketing real estate prices that resulted from Asian billionaires paying exorbitant prices for modest houses.

Will this cause trouble leading to revolution or secession? I do not know.

What I do know is that Australia has a lot of land: the resource that is most limited is water.

News feed from the Australian Prime Minister's office

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Doorstop

Prime Minister:

Now this week we are getting on with the job of delivering on our budget commitments. We delivered a budget that was fair. It delivered, as David Gonski recommended, needs-based funding for all Australian schools.



Mon, 22 May 2017 03:16:09 +0000


Remarks at the Andrew and Nicola Forrest $400 million Philanthropic Donation Announcement

Prime Minister:

Andrew, Nicola and Grace Forrest – we are here on an extraordinary moment of love, of generosity and leadership. Your love, your generosity, your leadership. 



Mon, 22 May 2017 01:39:17 +0000


Remarks at Community BBQ

Prime Minister: I am delighted to be here with Tim Nicholls, the next premier of Queensland and his shadow cabinet, and also with the Mayor.



Sun, 21 May 2017 22:04:14 +0000


Radio interview with Banksy & Pinky, Triple M Central Queensland

Banksy:

Malcolm Turnbull, our Prime Minister is in the area at the moment and is also I believe, on the phone. Good morning Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. 



Fri, 19 May 2017 01:14:16 +0000


Radio interview with Meecham Philpott, ABC Tropical Queensland

Meecham Philpott:

Special guest this morning – the Prime Minister of Australia. There is a lot to talk about especially in our region. Prime Minister, welcome along. 



Thu, 18 May 2017 23:38:58 +0000


Press Conference with the Minister for Employment, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash and Michelle Landry MP, Member for Capricornia

Michelle Landry MP:

It’s fantastic to be here, Prime Minister, I think you’ve been here about four times in the last 18 months? 



Thu, 18 May 2017 22:40:02 +0000


Doorstop with the Assistant Minister for Social Services and Disability Services, the Hon. Jane Prentice MP

Hon Jane Prentice MP - Assistant Minister for Social Services and Disability Services:

I am very excited today because this is the first visit I’ve had from the Prime Minister to my electorate and of course where else would I choose to bring the Prime Minister but Glenleighden School. 



Thu, 18 May 2017 04:54:21 +0000


Helping More Australian Parents Prepare for Work

The Turnbull Government will invest $263 million to provide training and support to assist thousands of Australian parents return to the workforce.



Thu, 18 May 2017 04:31:02 +0000


Doorstop with Mr Ross Vasta MP, Member for Bonner

Mr Ross Vasta MP, Member for Bonner:

Well good morning everyone, it’s great to have the Prime Minister here in the electorate of Bonner. 



Wed, 17 May 2017 04:39:55 +0000


Radio interview with Bianca, Terry & Bob 97.3FM Brisbane

Host:

Welcome to Brisbane, the Prime Minister of Australia, Malcolm Turnbull. Good morning Prime Minister.



Wed, 17 May 2017 02:05:45 +0000