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Leaders need to be popular: Fitzgibbon

Gillard government whip Joel Fitzgibbon has again fuelled Labor leadership speculation by pointedly noting that populism matters in politics.


A Bloody Mess



O'Farrell warns public sector workers

NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell says Sydney Water workers who take further industrial action could find their jobs outsourced to the private sector.


Indon navy may boost asylum-seeker patrols

Indonesia may boost naval patrols in the Sunda Strait as part of a collaborative effort to stem the flow of asylum seekers to Christmas Island.


Newman releases public service cut figures

The WA government and Prime Minister Julia Gillard have traded blows about how electricity price rises have been explained to consumers.


Coalition 'also to blame' for Greens' rise

The coalition is partly to blame for the Greens' influence on federal politics, the Australian Christian Lobby says.


Election to trial electronic roll checks

The 2013 federal election will trial the electronic checking of voter enrolment, a parliamentary committee has heard.


GILLARD: The story she tried to kill

• Union Corruption
• Fraudulent Accounts
• 'Young and Naive' Law Partner
• Media Threats
• Serious Questions To Answer


Qld public servants declare war on premier

Queensland public servants demanding Premier Campbell Newman stop cutting jobs have rallied in their largest numbers yet.


Boat surge lowers overseas refugee claims

The surge in boat arrivals is hampering the government's efforts to resettle refugees from camps around the world, Assistant Treasurer David Bradbury says.


Malaysia Is No Solution Now


Newman 'sick and tired' of Labor taxes

Premier Campbell Newman says Queenslanders are "sick and tired" of the federal government's new taxes and charges.


Jai Abberton arrested on NSW north coast

Police say the man who fatally punched teenager Thomas Kelly appears to have been caught on CCTV attacking another man just minutes before.


Teen's attacker out to cause grief: police

The man who fatally bashed a young trainee accountant in Sydney's Kings Cross had assaulted another man just minutes earlier, police say.


LNP asked to scrap climate change lessons

The Liberal National Party will be asked to consider 101 resolutions at its annual convention, including removing "environmental propaganda" from schools.


Olympic Dam Project Dumped

Deloittes has joined J P Morgan in casting a shadow over Australia's mining future rendering Swan's surplus a mere mirage. The MRRT and Carbon Tax has plunged a knife in the heart of Australia's economy as China winds back preparing for a possible World-wide recession.

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