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Published: 26 Apr 2012
ATTORNEY-GENERAL Nicola Roxon has issued a statment indicating Peter Slipper has not asked the commonwealth to pay his...
Published: 31 Oct 2012
THE Federal Government will review its Freedom of Information laws in a bid to cuts costs.
Published: 11 Sep 2012
ATTORNEY-General Nicola Roxon has hit YouTube to defend proposals to increase national security being considered by a...
Published: 30 Nov 2012
HEALTH Minister Tanya Plibersek has promised to “throw the book” at any tobacco companies intentionally breaching the new...
Published: 15 Nov 2012
AUSTRALIAN emergency services battling natural disasters will have access to world-first technology this summer.
Published: 20 Apr 2012
THE New Zeland Government has agreed in-principle to intoduce similar legislation to Australia's tobacco plain packaging...
Published: 19 Dec 2012
PRIME Minister Julia Gillard will formally apologise to the victims of past forced adoption practices in the new year.
Published: 31 Jan 2013
ATTORNEY-GENERAL Nicola Roxon has backed away from parts of a new national discrimination bill that may have threatened...
Published: 25 Jun 2012
PARENTS and children affected by forced adoptions in Australia will be offered a formal apology from the Federal Government...
Published: 21 Dec 2012
THE Federal Government continues work on the make-up and terms of reference for the Royal Commission into Institutional...
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