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Julia Gillard boosts Camfed's female education fight

Business Weekly - ‎10.02.2016‎
Julia Gillard, the former Prime Minister of Australia and chair of the Global Partnership for Education, has become a patron and adviser to Cambridge-based girls' education charity Camfed - the Campaign for Female Education.

Julia Gillard opens eponymous library

Star Weekly (blog) - ‎09.02.2016‎
Wyndham council decided to name the library after Ms Gillard to acknowledge her dedication to education and learning in the electorate, and across the country.

Why Gillard asked Labor voters for $5

Courier Mail - ‎04.02.2016‎
Labor's national secretary George Wright told The Courier-Mail Labor was grateful for Ms Gillard's offer to help. “Julia is passionate about education and the opportunities it delivers for Australia's children and the future of our country,'' Mr Wright ...

Julia Gillard to attend as Australia's oldest continually running school in Newcastle celebrates 200 years

ABC Online - ‎29.01.2016‎
Former prime minister Julia Gillard will be part of the upcoming bicentenary celebrations for Australia's oldest continually running school.

Kardinal soll per Videoschalte zu Missbrauch aussagen - ‎08.02.2016‎
Die Kommission war 2013 von der damaligen Premierministerin Julia Gillard eingesetzt worden, um den Umgang von Kirchen, Religionsgemeinschaften und weltlichen Institutionen mit Missbrauchsfällen zu untersuchen. Der Abschlussbericht wird für ...

Harry Nowicki, former union lawyer, dead at 67

The Australian (subscription) - ‎vor 22 Stunden‎
In the early stage of his investigation, Nowicki used Freedom of Information laws to collate hundreds of sensitive documents from the West Australia and Victoria police, which had pursued Ms Gillard's former client and partner, AWU boss Bruce Wilson, ...

Malcolm and Barnaby out to reinvigorate Coalition

The Australian (subscription) - ‎vor 12 Stunden‎
We had reset after reset under Labor as Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard struggled for direction. Under the Coalition we have seen resets at budgets, reshuffles and a leadership trauma.

Malcolm Turnbull's dark and stormy night of tax reform reality

The Australian Financial Review - ‎vor 12 Stunden‎
When Kevin Rudd was toppled by Julia Gillard in 2010, many staff had stayed on, few ministers changed jobs. But the Turnbull ascension was accompanied by a significant changing of the ministerial guard and huge changes to ministerial staff in the ...

Former Australian PM in SA to promote partnerships in education

Times LIVE - ‎09.02.2016‎
Gillard visited Zandspruit Primary School on Monday to celebrate the Ducere Foundation's African Children's Stories programme roll-out in the local township community along with partner Monash South Africa (MSA)‚ a leading private higher education ...

Dialogue from a one-way conversation that may or may not have happened - ‎vor 21 Stunden‎
And he's the vice-captain? Oh, Australia, you should have brought them to visit sooner! So, what else has happened since you were here last?

Why a Pensions Isa would be a mistake

Money Observer - ‎vor 14 Stunden‎
Recent experience in Australia shows that people are right to be wary; in 2007 the John Howard government made a similar change, so that pension contributions were taxed and withdrawals were tax free.

No monopoly on good storytelling

Business News - ‎vor 20 Stunden‎
In recent times I can only think of failed story lines, most disappointingly for me was Julia Gillard's pitch for a new start with 'the real Julia', which sounded and (in the end) looked like something more suitable for a low-budget reality television ...

Will heads roll? Ministerial standards and Stuart Robert

The Conversation AU - ‎10.02.2016‎
Rudd's standards imposed stronger obligations on ministers, including new rules on dealing with lobbyists. Under Rudd, one minister - Joel Fitzgibbon - resigned for breaching the standards.

Labor recruits Gillard for fundraising

Yahoo7 News - ‎03.02.2016‎
Labor has recruited Julia Gillard to raise funds for its federal election campaigning. The former prime minister has used much of her time post-politics to promote education, travelling the world in her role as chairwoman of the Global Partnership for ...

The Sketch: A Tenterfield oration can't quell Stuart Robert's holiday fun

The Australian - ‎09.02.2016‎
Then to cap it off, he channelled Julia Gillard and her misogyny speech: “We're not going to be lectured on accountability and integrity by that opposition.

200 years of education at Australia's oldest school

ABC Online - ‎07.02.2016‎
Hundreds of past and present students and teachers spent the weekend in Newcastle remembering their time at Australia's oldest continuous-running school.

What is going on in Australian schooling?

On Line opinion - ‎10.02.2016‎
When the Australian education system was hoodwinked into copying the New York testing-based system in 2008, it did not know what it was letting itself in for.

Funding growth faster for private-schoolkids

The Australian - ‎04.02.2016‎
Former Labor prime minister Julia Gillard launched a fundraising campaign yesterday to promote the ALP's election pledge to spend an extra $37 billion on schools in the next decade.

Greg Hunt, the greatest minister in the world, accepts his colleagues' acclaim

Sydney Morning Herald - ‎09.02.2016‎
Having gained his masters in 1990 with a thesis that argued very coherently for a carbon tax long before Julia Gillard stole it, causing him to disavow the thing and to berate her for using a hopelessly flawed proposition, young Greg embraced Tony ...