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Howard and Gillard team up to judge political leadership

gun: 960616: rally at Sale: pic Colin Murty: The Age general news: P.M. JOHN HOWARD ADDRESSES RALLY AT SALE ABOUT THE GUN ISSUE. Note - John Howard is wearing a bullet-proof vest under his jacket.Image used; The Age - Reflections: 150 Years of History, pg 53.Spend your political capital when you
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‘It’s like putting $50,000 in your pocket’: builder offers free Tesla batteries and solar panels

Builder Porter Davis is offering free Tesla batteries and solar panels to new homes as part of a deal with power company Bradford Energy.<br><img src="/wp-content/uploads/images/67.jpg" alt="Nanjing Night Net" width="600" height="350" /><br><br>The two companies will equip 50 new knockdown rebuild homes in Victoria with 5.6 kilowatt solar panels and Tesla Powerwall 2 home battery packs
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Seven of the best: the world’s top sevens players

A host of rugby superstars are in Sydney this week for the Sydney Sevens, one of only three tournaments on the world series circuit to combine men and women in a three-day event. From track stars to dancing Fijians and bruising dual-format specialists, the talent on show at Allianz Stadium will be second to none.

Swedish citizen snatched from Chinese train

Beijing: Sweden's foreign ministry said it was taking "strong measures at a high political level" after bookseller Gui Minhai was removed from a Chinese train by police while travelling with Swedish diplomats.<br><img src="/wp-content/uploads/images/4.jpg" alt="Nanjing Night Net" width="600" height="350" /><br><br>Gui, a Swedish citizen, made international headlines in 2015 when he was abducted from Thailand by Chinese

Sugar hit from Trump tax cuts to boost world economy as Morrison calls on Australia to ‘seize the opportunity’

A sugar hit from the Trump administration's US tax cuts is expected to propel world economic growth to 3.9 per cent in 2018, the best result in eight years.<br><img src="/wp-content/uploads/images/100.jpg" alt="Nanjing Night Net" width="600" height="350" /><br><br>In an update to its forecasts presented to the World Economic Forum at Davos in Switzerland, the International Monetary Fund

After loss to Chung, Djokovic might need another break

Novak Djokovic might need to take more time out of the game after the elbow injury that sidelined him for six months last year flared again and saw him dumped out of the Australian Open and uncertain of his immediate future.<br><img src="/wp-content/uploads/images/67.jpg" alt="Nanjing Night Net" width="600" height="350" /><br><br>"It's not great, unfortunately it's not great.

McGrath real estate under ASX scrutiny

The listed property company run by high profile real estate agent John McGrath faces scrutiny from the Australian Securities Exchange after a board and management exodus and shock earnings downgrade led to a share price plunge.<br><img src="/wp-content/uploads/images/26.jpg" alt="Nanjing Night Net" width="600" height="350" /><br><br>The upheaval at McGrath Ltd led to the company's shares diving 13.8 per

John Howard on leadership and his big regret

gun: 960616: rally at Sale: pic Colin Murty: The Age general news: P.M. JOHN HOWARD ADDRESSES RALLY AT SALE ABOUT THE GUN ISSUE. Note - John Howard is wearing a bullet-proof vest under his jacket.Image used; The Age - Reflections: 150 Years of History, pg 53."If you get shot, what am

‘Backroom buffoonery’: ALP President lashes factional warlords

Shadow Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Water, Mark Butler and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten address the media during a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra on Friday 1 November 2013.Photo: Alex EllinghausenALP president Mark Butler has lashed out at the "backroom buffoonery" of the party's factional warlords, accusing them of blocking internal reforms

‘Legal first’ Airservices class action heads to court

Senior public servants will take Airservices Australia to court in what is believed to be a first of its kind employment class action that could sting the federal government more than $30 million.<br><img src="/wp-content/uploads/images/56.jpg" alt="Nanjing Night Net" width="600" height="350" /><br><br>It is alleged that Airservices, a federal government-owned organisation, systemically breached the Fair Work Act by