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In a new report, The Red Tape State, the IPA estimates that 444 government bodies established by the Rudd and Gillard governments continue to exist, of which a staggering 198 are involved in imposing red tape on various industries.

2016 Federal Election: Rolling coverage of the campaign, Day 16 - ‎May 24, 2016‎
SHE was Julia Gillard's captains pick at the 2013 election but despite resigning from politics the former prime minister is standing by Nova Peris - a move that is at odds with Warren Mundine who said her appointment was a mistake.

What Julia Gillard wants you to find more time for

Women's Agenda - ‎May 15, 2016‎
Silence is fast becoming a precious commodity. People sing about it. People get up early for it. Some even pay for it. And according to Julia Gillard, silence is a necessary tool for managing a challenging workload and making strategic decisions. She ...
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Coalition maintains a small lead over Bill Shorten in latest Fairfax-Ipsos poll

Daily Mail - ‎May 20, 2016‎
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will survive the upcoming election but his popularity among voters has slid lower than Julia Gillard's when she failed to secure majority against Tony Abbott. Results from the latest Fairfax-Ipsos poll is a blow to the ...

Election 2016: Debate moments to remember

Sydney Morning Herald - ‎May 12, 2016‎
Pollsters consider Julia Gillard to have beaten Abbott in the 2010 debate in Sydney's Rooty Hill. In 2013, the ABC gave victory to Abbott in the first debate against Rudd, dominating headlines in their second meeting by asking "does this guy ever shut up?

Could the 'real' Malcolm Turnbull do better?

The Sydney Morning Herald - ‎May 23, 2016‎
Gillard of course, mismanaged the above problems spectacularly, eventually announcing mid-campaign, that voters would get the "real Julia" from then on. It was a serious error of judgment. On top of explicitly telling the citizenry that it had been ...
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Was Scott Morrison behind leak of embarrassing David Feeney papers? - ‎4 hours ago‎
The school kids' bonus, introduced by Labor's Julia Gillard in 2012, is due to expire on July 1 —- the day before the election - but neither major party wants it renewed because of its $4.5 billion cost over four years.
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Election 2016 regional leaders' debate: Barnaby Joyce links live export halt with rise in asylum seeker boats

The Sydney Morning Herald - ‎17 hours ago‎
The exchange came amid a fractious debate about live cattle exports, which Julia Gillard's Labor government suspended in June 2011 after shocking images of animal abuse were broadcast on the ABC's Four Corners.

“You're selfish. You're naive. You'll die alone. What's the point of you, then?”

Herald Sun - ‎6 hours ago‎
“How can you deny your parents the grandchildren that you owe them? How can you be so ungrateful that they had you?” “You're a waste of a perfectly good womb, and insulting people who couldn't have children.

Richard 'Tommy' Campion vows to continue helping other abuse victims seek justice

ABC Local - ‎2 hours ago‎
In 2012, when former prime minister Julia Gillard announced the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, Mr Campion saw new hope.
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Albanese promises no WestConnex funding under a Federal Labor government after community backlash - ‎May 20, 2016‎
Mr Albanese has come under criticism for changing his stance on the motorway project. In 2013 he and then-Prime Minister Julia Gillard promised $1 billion for the road project. But there were three strings attached - keeping the current M4 motorway ...

Julia Gillard: Folk känner igen mig från tv-klippet

Svenska Dagbladet - ‎May 20, 2016‎
Men inlägget har inte haft någon direkt påverkan på min karriär, varken den politiska eller den nuvarande. Däremot känner människor fortfarande igen mig från det där tv-klippet, förklarar Julia Gillard, som just avslutat ett möte med Miljöpartiets ...
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Endless costings debate to go to heart of campaign

The Australian - ‎16 hours ago‎
The Coalition's direction is clearly superior, continuing on a path that began under Bob Hawke and Paul Keating and that was reversed only under Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard. Expanding the reach of government inevitably would take us towards a fiscal ...

PM like being in front of tsunami: Gillard

SBS - ‎May 12, 2016‎
Julia Gillard has some words of wisdom about being prime minister: Stay in front of the tsunami. "I used to joke about being prime minister that it's a lot like running in front of a tsunami: It's OK as long as you don't lose your footing and you don't ...
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Election 2016: Two Labor candidates break ranks on mining donations and fuel subsidies

The Sydney Morning Herald - ‎May 24, 2016‎
The Coalition immediately jumped on the division, with rural Liberal MP Dan Tehan comparing it to the revolt on the Labor backbench that led to the ban on live exports by former prime minister Julia Gillard in 2011. "It wasn't bad enough for them last ...

How Warwick's hospital could be stripped of $63m

Warwick Daily News - ‎11 hours ago‎
"The only funding taken out of the Queensland Health budget when was I was Health Minister was $103million, taken out retrospectively by Wayne Swan and Julia Gillard," he said. "What they are talking about money promised in forward estimates - it's ...
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Federal election 2016: Turnbull 'arrogant' but voters like him

The Australian - ‎May 24, 2016‎
But in a sign voters are feeling a greater disconnect with their leaders, both men fell short of the levels achieved on this question by the three former prime ministers who were dumped in office by their parties - Julia Gillard, Kevin Rudd and Tony ...

Federal election 2016: Islamophobia, education on local radar

The Australian - ‎May 24, 2016‎
“We get fined if we don't vote and yet it doesn't matter (that) they did it to (Kevin) Rudd, they did it to Julia Gillard, they did it to Tony Abbott. They put in who they want,” Ms Elmes said. Courtesy of a redistribution - which saw the ...

Former senator Trish Crossin calls Nova Peris resignation “selfish distraction”

NT News - ‎May 24, 2016‎
Long-serving NT senator Trish Crossin was dumped in 2013 by prime minister Julia Gillard when she parachuted in her “captain's pick” of Senator Peris.