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Giving agile aid for fragile states

Monday, September 26, 2016By Claire Moore

Australia has a duty as good global citizen to do what it can to reduce poverty and inequality, as well...

Improving the lives of ordinary people in extraordinary ways

Monday, September 26, 2016By Jenny Macklin

In this expansive Elizabeth Reid oration in Melbourne, shadow families and social services minister Jenny Macklin calls on Australians not...

Standing up to the climate deniers: can Malcolm Turnbull do it?

Monday, September 26, 2016By Labor News

Australians want a government that is serious about climate change...not one led by a weak prime minister beholden to his...

Malcolm’s plebiscite: to delay and defeat the cause of marriage equality

Monday, September 26, 2016By Labor News

Labor's opposition to the Tony Abbott-inspired/Malcolm Turnbull implemented delaying tactic of a plebiscite on marriage equality remains strong, for all...

Recording the worst Census ever

Monday, September 26, 2016By Labor News

With the end of the 2016 Census reporting period, it has become clear the poor response rate will likely deem...

Eating homework: the proverbial dog is again at fault

By Labor News • 26th September 2016

None of the state and territory education ministers left Canberra following their recent meeting with the government any the seems the dog yet again ate the minister's homework.

Sacarnawa Deconeski to Pokemon Go: the multifaceted Australia-Japan relationship reviewed

By Andrew Leigh • 26th September 2016

Australia, like all countries, has benefited immensely from Japanese culture and society through our longstanding friendship with Japan. Shadow trade in services minister and shadow assistant treasurer Andrew Leigh recently addressed the Japan Update conference at the Australian National University and called on both nations' governments to move towards more genuine trade liberalisation in services.





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