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|... worked. But consider this, 'The Economist' printed edition dated 14 October 2004 discussed then Liberal Prime Minister John Howard's victory at the 9 October election of the same year against Mr. Mark Latham. 'For John Howard, a resounding vote of confidence ...|
|... The Victorian Funds Management Corporation (VFMC) and MTAA Super have also moved into the sector, and Prime Minister John Howard last month flagged plans for an infrastructure fund for future national needs.|
|... committee revealed that protecting the world leaders would cost taxpayers a staggering $24 million a day. Prime Minister John Howard in a 'YouTube' APEC welcome address said, "Unfortunately, the extra security precautions that are needed to be taken ...|
|The Prime Minister John Howard has announced plans to establish an infrastructure fund similar to that proposed by the Labor party, with a minimum of one per cent of budget surpluses to go into the fund. The announcement came as part of his five-year ...|
|... in subsidies to help Elders and Optus take high-speed broadband to Australians living in the bush. Prime Minister John Howard and Communications Minister Helen Coonan today announced that the Optus-Elders joint venture had been chosen to take broadband ...|
|... per cent of the Murray Darling inflows. These revelations have come to light only a month after The Prime Minister John Howard put Murray Darling irrigation farmers on notice as they might be refused their next water allocation. As farmers struggle to ...|
|... for landlords to run at a loss, it might explain why rents haven't completely gone through the roof. Prime Minister John Howard remains upbeat and says Australia's unemployment levels can be kept "for years" at their current 30-year lows. That's good ...|
|... remoteness from markets and the pattern of demographic settlement. The Nationals have put pressure on Prime Minister John Howard's $10 billion water rescue plan saying that they wish to limit the buy-back of irrigation licences and limit environmental ...|
|... third most on record, however a decline of 6 per cent is anticipated for the 2007-08 financial year. Prime Minister John Howard has announced a further $350 million for drought relief as a consequence of the worst drought in a 100 years that has affected ...|
|... have joined Australia in calling for developing countries to reduce agricultural trade protection. Prime Minister John Howard said last night that whilst Australia's subsidies were only a few per cent, in the US they were in the 20 per cent zone, in ...|
According to analysis from Openmarkets Group, on average Baby Boomers and Generation X are making money on meme stocks, while Millennials are losing money.
The chief executive of a soon-to-merge industry super fund has announced he will not seek a role within the merged fund.
Life insurer TAL launched three new offerings that aim to address fairness and sustainability of income protection products.
AMP Capital made two key appointments to its real estate team and infrastructure equity business.
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