Prime Minister Rudd ends his first year in office on a high, literally and figuratively.
When the Prime Minister outlined his industry policy in the run-up to the November 2007 federal election — ‘I don’t want to be leader of a country that doesn’t make things any more’ — some feared an increase in industry subsidies.
While the world has been fixated by the United States’ historic presidential election, a more modest nation has voted for change.
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Kathy Lette says that turning 50 is traumatic, but in the end you are as young as you feel
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