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Sunday, 30th April 2017

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Carbon tax blamed for sliding confidence

A survey has revealed international business confidence in Australia is falling and the federal opposition is blaming the carbon tax.

Court ruling a blow to big tobacco

The High Court has ruled in favour of world-first plain packaging laws, meaning all cigarettes will be sold in drab olive-brown packs from December.

Clive Palmer's casino project in doubt

Mining magnate Clive Palmer has failed to get Queensland government support for his Sunshine Coast casino and hotel development.

Abbott queries 2013 election timing

Opposition Leader Tony Abbott says the federal election must be called by August 2013 or voters will think the government is "cheating".

PNG MP to stop Manus Island centre

A prominent Papua New Guinea politician says he will take legal action to stop Manus Island detention centre being reopened, calling it unlawful.

Is the Prime Minister a crook? PART IV

Julia Gillard was in tears when she called Bruce Wilson to tell him she had been sacked from Slater & Gordon

Govt backs Houston panel's asylum plan

The government has endorsed an expert panel's recommendations on asylum seeker policy.

Expert panel recommends Nauru and Malaysia

Angus Houston's expert panel on asylum seeker policy has recommended offshore processing in Malaysia, Nauru and PNG's Manus Island.

Boats arrive as politicians await experts

Politicians of all stripes are sticking to their positions ahead of the release of an expert panel's report on asylum-seeker policy.

Is the Prime Minister a crook? PART III

It was a warm Sunday morning in Fitzroy in late 1992...

Hey Dad! star bailed for hearing

Hey Dad! TV star Robert Hughes has been granted bail by a London court while he awaits an extradition hearing on child sex allegations.