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Crumbs and all: Prince Harry, Hillary Clinton and Julia Gillard have cutlery swiped for exhibition

The Guardian - ‎Apr 26, 2016‎
A political activist and visual artist, he has been at the centre of a number of recent political controversies: three months before Julia Gillard ousted his uncle from government in 2010, Van had announced he would be running against her in the ...

Former Australian PM Julia Gillard: Women Need to Call Out Sexism

Fortune - ‎Apr 22, 2016‎
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard may not be in politics anymore, but she is encouraging women to throw their hats in the ring and run for office.
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Federal election 2016: Rudd-Gillard policies dog Shorten's pitch

The Australian - ‎Apr 22, 2016‎
The 55 seats it won in the 150-seat lower house was a better than predicted result had Kevin Rudd not replaced Julia Gillard as prime minister. But it was still a resounding repudiation by voters. Under Gillard, most pundits and Labor MPs believed the ...

Faceless and voiceless: The questions Shorten hasn't answered about those coups

ABC Online - ‎2 hours ago‎
After Question Time on the day of the challenge, Shorten was one of a handful of factional leaders who met with Julia Gillard in Senator Kim Carr's office. The powerbrokers offered her their assessments of the numbers. Gillard understood their motives.
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Of Jesuits and political assassination: Bill Shorten on himself

The Australian Financial Review - ‎May 1, 2016‎
The Labor leader downplays his role in the Rudd and Gillard coups, particularly the Rudd coup in 2010, saying he was "completely immersed" in his disabilities portfolio and "wasn't trying to throw my weight around".
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Shorten echoes Gillard's carbon vow as power brawl erupts

The Australian - ‎Apr 27, 2016‎
Bill Shorten yesterday echoed Julia Gillard's vow that there would be “no carbon tax” under a Labor government as he accused the Prime Minister of trying to “trump up a sort of rich man's Tony Abbott scare campaign''.

'Are you on the pill?' he asked. He was my boss - ‎3 hours ago‎
Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard was told “man up” after her misogyny speech went viral in 2012. Sexual harassment is often restricted to words.

Peter Garrett back as Oils reunite

The Australian - ‎1 hour ago‎
After the June 2013 Labor leadership spill, in which Kevin Rudd deposed Julia Gillard as prime minister, Garrett announced he would not seek re-election at that year's federal election.

Sarah Ferguson with the uncut version of The Killing Season

ABC Local - ‎22 hours ago‎
Sarah Ferguson Image: Sarah Ferguson (ABC Radio). Investigative journalist Sarah Ferguson co-created the ABC TV series The Killing Season.

'Have you considered staying drunk until the election?' Shorten gets asked the hard questions - ‎13 hours ago‎
Bringing up the times Shorten “helped drag down Kevin Rudd” and then Julia Gillard, Gleeson asked: “Are you sure you that you can have your own full support?

Heffernan chokes up during final speech

The Australian - ‎18 hours ago‎
Senator Heffernan is no stranger to controversy, known for describing Julia Gillard as "deliberately barren" and producing a fake pipe bomb at a Senate estimates hearing to make a point about security at parliament house.
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Australia rules out sale of cattle empire to foreigners

Cherokee Tribune Ledger News - ‎9 hours ago‎
A Newspoll published in The Australian newspaper on Tuesday found that Turnbull is Australia's most popular prime minister in more than five years - a period that covered the terms of Julia Gillard, Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott. (Stefan Postles/Pool ...

Budget 2016: Buried in the budget is a $1.6 billion election war chest

Sydney Morning Herald - ‎18 hours ago‎
Treasurer Scott Morrison has stressed his first budget is "not typical", but he has kept one infamous tradition: buried deep within the documents are the keys to eight weeks of so-called election announceables.
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Bill Shorten labels Scott Morrison budget 'mediocre and unfair' - ‎May 3, 2016‎
Lisa Wilkinson told the Treasurer and Mr Shorten the Today team had once "got Tony Abbott and Julia Gillard to kiss but wouldn't push it that far".
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Asylum-seekers caught between two sides of 'drownings arguments'

The Australian - ‎May 3, 2016‎
It is a bipartisan position now, but has been argued for by Julia Gillard and Kevin Rudd as prime minister, Tony Abbott as opposition leader and prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull as opposition leader and Prime Minister, and a slew of Labor and Liberal ...
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Why this election will be tight

Courier Mail - ‎18 hours ago‎
The 2013 election was very much a referendum on six years of Labor in power - under Kevin Rudd and then Julia Gillard and back to Rudd with big spending programs and the carbon tax thrown in.
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Fat lady to serenade Springborg

Courier Mail - ‎17 hours ago‎
That could mean the challenge is a fizzer - think Kevin Rudd's no-show against Julia Gillard in March 2013 - or it could mean a done deal, with Shadow Agriculture Minister Deb Frecklington already locked in as the victor's deputy.
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The short and shocking reign of Malcolm Bligh Turnbull

MacroBusiness (blog) - ‎10 hours ago‎
Julia Gillard tried her hand at carbon reform with more efforts at Budget repair that coincided with the second coming of the mining boom.
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Bill Shorten Did A Great Impression Of A Normal Human On 'Hard Chat' Last Night

Junkee - ‎2 hours ago‎
Bill Shorten had every reason to be confident heading into the ABC studios yesterday for his 'Hard Chat' with Tom Gleeson.
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Annuities gain in super shake-up

The Australian - ‎May 3, 2016‎
Yet last night's changes do just that and are the Coalition's equivalent of Julia Gillard's promise not to introduce a carbon tax.