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How Murdoch got the kids off Nauru
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“These people need to be expelled from the National Party … they do not need deserve to be part of our Australian way of life and community.” – Sharri Markson
“I saw Geoffrey’s hand cupping around the body of EJ’s breast, which was something I hadn’t seen before on stage.” – Mark Leonard Winter
“The fact that Steve Smith was captain of Australia, he is not a bad person. He did not run over a pram with a kid in it.” – Barnaby Joyce
“He was there to actually attend an oceans conference. The issues of trade and other things were not really part of the brief.” – Scott Morrison
“This is not a foreign concept. This is something that is done in other parts of the world.” – Dan Tehan
“I’d like to be president.” – Hillary Clinton
Trump stays on message for midterms. Right-wing gains in Brazil and Germany. Independence vote for New Caledonia.
John Hartigan and Emma Alberici. Geoffrey Rush and Eryn Jean Norvill. Elon Musk.
BOOKS: Tom Keneally’s Two Old Men Dying. A.S. Patrić’s The Butcherbird Stories. Lucia Berlin’s Evening in Paradise.
Unions key to workers’ wage growth.
The Longstaff review.
Jane Claxton: Hockey player.
The PM’s sinking popularity.
Why $100 is worth more at Bank Australia.
Review the book
The dark room
Phelps was the Liberals’ choice
Take action on asylum-seeker children
Strong women get their chance
Following the money
The play’s the thing
Best form of defence
The 1.3 per cent
Lucia Berlin Evening in Paradise
A.S. Patrić The Butcherbird Stories
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