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Billionaire mining magnate Gina Rinehart is rated as more influential than Prime Minister Julia Gillard in a list of the world's most powerful women released by Forbes magazine.
1 hr ago | NEWS.com.au
PRODUCT design and innovation should be the top priority for the ailing automotive industry, says David Purchase, executive director of the Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce.
2 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
ONE of the world's most high-profile gay rights advocates has urged Prime Minister Julia Gillard to support gay marriage and help end suicide by gay teenagers.
3 hrs ago | Bloomberg
Ford Motor Co. will stop making cars in Australia, nine decades after founder Henry Ford first began building Model Ts in the country, as a surge in the currency undermines the local industry's ability to compete with imports.
8 hrs ago | Merimbula News Weekly
Sunday, May 12 saw the inaugural Merimbula Mother's Day Classic being held for the first time in the Bega Valley Shire.
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JULIA Gillard says a deal is yet to be inked on live betting odds being spruiked during television broadcasts, despite reports today the issue had been finalised.
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PRIME Minister Julia Gillard's one hour public forum in western Sydney went from hilarious to emotional and back again.
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He said the student council was petitioning and would directly lobby Julia Gillard, Tony Abbott, sitting MPs and Coalition candidates.
Voters will be asked by Julia Gillard to vote ''yes'' in a referendum to include local governments in the constitution at the polls on September 14.
VICTORIAN students risk being "left behind" from those in NSW schools, says Prime Minister Julia Gillard as she urged parents to "raise their voices" in support of her education plan.
A new Fairfax/Nielsen poll has Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott neck-and-neck on 46 per cent as preferred PM.
PETER LLOYD: Julia Gillard has travelled to Hobart to officially launch a new health care service that allows patients to access specialists via video link.
PETER LLOYD: With the dust settling on the federal Budget, the Government's gone on the offensive over Tony Abbott's plans if the Coalition wins the September poll.
Claims that Julia Gillard's unpopularity were linked to her introduction of carbon pricing in 2012 don't stack up Protesters in 2011 hold placards during a rally in Sydney against prime minister Julia Gillard's plans to introduce a carbon tax.