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There's More Than One Genius On Team Australia
New Matilda

There's More Than One Genius On Team Australia

Tony Abbott is a genius. So is Joe Hockey. And it's time the Australian public gave them the credit they deserve. Oh that Joe Hockey, he's a bloody idiot. It sounds like a perfectly fair sentence to hear in Australia in 2015. It is not factually ... New Matilda, 4 days ago
Australian PM says IS militants worse than Nazis Deccan Herald, 18 hours ago
Melbourne Age

Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'

State governments should look to US-style "charter schools" - privately managed public schools - as a way to boost the poor academic results of Australian students, a new report argues. The report, published by the free market Centre for ...
 Melbourne Age4 days ago Canberra man whose wife has MS contributes to $60b worth of annual unpaid care in Australia  Sydney Morning Herald4 days ago New report argues charter schools would boost grades in Australia  Melbourne Age4 days ago Charter schools would boost grades in Australia: new report  WA Today4 days ago
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International Business Times UK

Australia: Two wombat species endangered by parasitic disease which leaves them deaf and blind

Two species of wombat in Australia are at serious risk from a life-threatening disease. Authorities are urging the public to help save the marsupials. Of the three native species of wombat, two are endangered by sarcoptic mange, spread by parasitic ...
 International Business Times UK1 week ago India popular among Australians for short-term courses  Deccan Herald6 days ago New study to help prevent lifestyle-related diseases in India  Business Standard1 week ago Australia, India to join hands to combat lifestyle diseases  Prokerala1 week ago
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WA Today

David Murray: ASIC must be exempt from Public Service Act so it can raise pay

David Murray: "There is an asymmetry between ASIC and the government in the funding process." Photo: Rob Homer The Australian Securities and Investments Commission must have more money independent of the government because it is busiest when ...
 WA Today1 week ago A Revolution Of Outcomes: How Pay-For-Success Contracts Are Changing Public Services  Fast Company3 days ago Murray justifies publicly funded regulator  Financial Observer1 week ago David Murray says ASIC must be exempt from Public Service Act so it can raise pay  WA Today1 week ago
Acumin

Australian government makes stand against IT secur...

Australian government makes stand against IT security breaches A recent private-public industry event has highlighted the emphasis that the government in Australia places on improving IT security defence. Deloitte Australia hosted a ...
 Acumin5 days ago Australia's expanding war against Islamic State leaves much to be desired  Sydney Morning Herald3 days ago Australia may tweak mining law to avoid Adani-like disasters  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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Melbourne Age

Australian Border Force to have up to 6000 officers, most trained in use of force

‚ÄčThe new law enforcement agency that came controversially to public attention on Friday, the Australian Border Force, is building a 5000 to 6000-strong body of officers, most trained for use-of-force operations. Several thousand are already ...
 Melbourne Age3 days ago Border Force to have 6000 officers  Sydney Morning Herald3 days ago
Radio New Zealand

Abbott promises no random visa checks

Australia Prime Minister Tony Abbott has reassured the public that Border Force officials will never stop them randomly in the streets to check their visas. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Photo: RNZ / Alexander Robertson Mr Abbott ...
 Radio New Zealand5 days ago Amid public outrage, Abbott rules out random visa checks  Malay Mail5 days ago Abbott office not aware of random visa checks  Oman Tribune5 days ago People power! Mass visa checks in Australia streets canceled after public outcry  Sott.net6 days ago
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Yahoo!Xtra

Schools in Australia barred from showing gay film

A film about children with same-sex parents has been barred from being shown in public schools throughout Australia`s most populous state, despite the documentary makers Thursday insisting students will benefit.
 Zee News1 week ago
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Tasmania Mercury

Public should be dismayed at MP actions

Question Time in the House of Representatives, at Parliament House in Canberra. Source: News Corp Australia THE recent parliamentary sitting fortnight in Canberra was mostly a waste of time and taxpayers money. With precious few exceptions, there ...
 Tasmania Mercury1 week ago
Australasian Leisure Management

Australia Council report explains ways for Australian audiences to experience more Indigenous art

A new research report released by the Australia Council for the Arts examines the gap between public opinion and audience attendance for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts. Building Audiences explores the barriers to increased engagement ...
 Australasian Leisure Management6 days ago From dig to digital: Australia's iconic dinosaurs as youve never seen them before  Queensland University of Technology6 days ago Ogilvy PR Australia strengthens social and digital team  Marketing-interactive.com1 week ago HuffPost Australia, Daily Mail Australia and The Monthly Chronicle join Australian Press Council  Mumbrella1 week ago
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