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‘I’ve been lied to’: Greens see red over party’s PDA for Sydney independent

‘I’ve been lied to’: Greens see red over party’s PDA for Sydney independent

The Greens campaign for the NSW state seat of Sydney has been left feeling high and dry over party bigwigs’ public love for his independent rival.

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Shut yer trap, SBS staff told, as management struggles to plug leaks

Shut yer trap, SBS staff told, as management struggles to plug leaks

The internal workings of SBS have been aired to all and sundry in the media recently — and SBS management is considering launching an investigation to hunt down the leaker.

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Reformers, overlook fairness in tax at your peril

Reformers, overlook fairness in tax at your peril

If reformers overlook the importance of fairness in taxation, they’ll end up further undermining already fragile voter confidence in our tax system.

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What the art world will lose with Aboriginal community closures

What the art world will lose with Aboriginal community closures

Tony Abbott says Australia needs to stop subsidising the “lifestyle choices” of remote indigenous communities. Art writer and critic Susan McCulloch looks at what that would mean for Aboriginal art.

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Why we need two people in a cockpit at all times (not because of terror threats)

The probability of a cockpit medical emergency is much higher than an attempt by terrorists to storm a cockpit.

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Flagpole will afford politicians ‘special treatment’ on metadata

Politicians concerned about their metadata being collected will be protected inside Parliament House following complaints to the powerful intelligence committee.

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Tips and rumours

It’s Ferguson v Ferguson in politics, plus the Spud Stasi are on the case.

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Greens thank their lucky stars for NSW Labor

The Greens have won an unprecedented number of seats in NSW, and for that they have Labor’s shambolic, backflipping campaign to thank.

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Mayne: revealing the top listed chairs who were rushed into the job

The Australian Shareholders’ Association recommends someone be on a board for three to four years before nailing the top spot, but here are some chairs who got their feet under the desk quick smart.

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Media revolution — a 2003 timeline

From the Iraq War (Mark I) to another expensive lawsuit for Crikey, 2003 was a tough year.

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Media briefs: Latham faces defo action … Q&A gets cuddly … front-page fight club …

Mark Latham will have to defend his comments about mothers with depression in court. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Business bites: consumers won’t spend … iron ore descends … oil slump trend …

Despite an increase in their disposable income, US consumers aren’t spending. And other business tidbits of the day.

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DECODER

WHAT WAS SAID:

"It's a matter of marketing and selling and obviously I've become a brand name in itself."

"If it worked for Clive Palmer, it'll work for me. "

Jacqui Lambie
Election Deciders
The Power Index profiles the influential insiders, flacks and tabloid hacks.
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The campaign directors
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The strategists
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The spinners
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The unionists
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The lobbyists
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The ad creatives
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The money bags
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The TV directors
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The tabloid editors
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