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  • PM accepts Arthur Sinodinos resignation “with deep regret”

    “With deep regret, I have accepted the resignation of Senator Arthur Sinodinos from the ministry,” PM Tony Abbott said yesterday.

  • Abbott Govt’s $200m UN climate fund handout a mistake: IPA

    “The Abbott government should urgently reconsider its decision to hand over $200 million of taxpayers’ money to the United Nations Green Climate Fund,” the IPA says.

  • Rising seas are nothing new

    Sea levels are never still, but with global temperatures flat and snow cover and polar ice steady, sea levels are probably as stable today as they ever get, writes Viv Forbes.

  • Abbott Govt will pledge $200m over four years to the Green Climate Fund

    The announcement will be made to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Lima, Peru today by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Julie Bishop MP. Read the Abbott Government’s media release.

  • PM Abbott announces new Book Council of Australia to be formed

    The Abbott Government will establish the Book Council of Australia “to promote good reading as well as good writing”. Read the full list of the 2014 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards shortlists and category winners.

  • Joe Hockey’s update on the progress of the Government’s Economic Action Strategy

    As we come to the end of the year, I would like to update you on the progress of the Government’s Economic Action Strategy. This year we have made significant progress and put in place key foundations on which we can build.

  • Australian Defence Force allowances to be restored

    The Government has notified the independent Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal (DRFT) that the changes to Australian Defence Force allowances are not supported by the Government and asked that the changes be discontinued.

  • Set up a “country broadcasting corporation” and sell off the ABC – Bob Day

    The ABC is investing more in areas where it competes against its charter with commercial enterprises while its rural and regional services are in an under-serviced market, Senator Bob Day told the Senate.

  • PM Abbott wants Melbourne’s East West Link to proceed

    Prime Minister Tony Abbott wants to see Melbourne’s East West Link proceed, he said in a statement today congratulating Daniel Andrews on the ALP’s Victorian election win.

  • Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s statement – the death of Phillip Hughes

    Statement by Prime Minister Tony Abbott.

  • Family First’s Bob Day moves to block student debt interest rate hike

    Family First Senator Bob Day has moved to block the Government’s attempt to raise the interest rate on university student debt, saying the policy had been universally rejected.

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