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Labor games rip apart an Apology

Gillard-&-Bessie-ParsonsLess than 30 minutes after Prime Minister Julia Gillard delivered her historic Apology to the victims of forced adoption and exited Parliament's Great Hall in Canberra, the Australian Labor Party's power brokers ripped that significant day apart.

As soon as the Apology passed from the House of Representatives and into the Senate senior Labor Party member Simon Crean called a...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 March 2013 12:35

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GenerationOne has a birthday as questions on job numbers persist

GenOne-3rd-birthday-breakfastGenerationOne, the brainchild of Fortescue Metals Group's billionaire majority owner and Chairman, Andrew Forrest came to Canberra last week to celebrate its third birthday declaring GenerationOne sourced 62,000 jobs for Indigenous Australians.

But questions remain about how many Indigenous jobs GenerationOne, which has received significant Federal Government funding, has...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 March 2013 12:32

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