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PM praises John Howard's domestic deed

Former prime minister John Howard has been praised for intervening in a domestic violence incident while out for his morning walk in Sydney.
SBS - Published

Dutton photo shows he walks in Howard's shoes

The photo accompanying your report shows John Howard and Peter Dutton sitting together at the cricket.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published

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Ten start-up companies from Southern California will compete for their share of $75,000 at the Quick Pitch competition in San Diego. One entrepreneur says that kind of money could make or break a new..

ABC 10 News | San Diego - Published

Australia's climate wars: a decade of dithering [Video]Australia's climate wars: a decade of dithering  03:48

From John Howard's promise to introduce an emissions trading system in October 2007 to Malcolm Turnbull's dumping of the emissions reduction target from the national energy guarantee in August 2018,..

Guardian - Published

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CANBERRA (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull stubbornly clung to power on Thursday as senior ministers deserted him, saying he would hold a second leadership vote on Friday only if..

Wochit News - Published

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Gizmodo reports that John Melendez has achieved the holy grail of prank calls. Melendez, AKA “Stuttering John” of the Howard Stern show, prank called Air Force One. And it wasn't that hard, either,..

Wochit News - Published

 

Howard uses mandate for national gun laws

Two months into the first term of the new coalition government, gunman Martin Bryant murdered 35 people at Port Arthur, prompting John Howard to tackle guns.
SBS - Published

PM Howard destined for union stoush

John Howard's government was destined to collide with the unions and that led to the bitter waterfront dispute of 1998.
SBS - Published

Scandals claim seven Howard ministers

John Howard came to office in 1996 promising higher standards of ministerial accountability but lost seven ministers in less than a year.
SBS - Published

Howard victory ended 13 years of Labor

John Howard became prime minister in 1996 with a comfortable majority but immediately faced challenges with the budget and the Port Arthur massacre.
SBS - Published

'It unnerved us': John Howard admits he mishandled the High Court's Wik decision

The Howard government had a difficult relationship with Indigenous Australians.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

John Howard's government opens way to dual citizenship, and foreshadows a crisis

Newly released cabinet papers from 1996 and 1997 show the Howard government was prepared to hold a referendum on the dual citizenship issues thrown up by the constitution.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'She said I will never vote for you but I support you': John Howard's greatest legacy

Former prime minister John Howard believes his push for national gun control laws contributed to the rise of Pauline Hanson.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Time to cut when we had 'some fat on our bones': Howard

John Howard has stood by his government's controversial first budget, saying it passed the "fair go test" because it spread necessary fiscal pain across all parts of the community.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Waterfront war: A clash of 'old and new' economics

John Howard said the actions of Patrick, headed by Chris Corrigan, should be recognised by the businesses of today.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

The hip joint: John Howard's knees-up has them talking

It’s not a Liberal Party Christmas without the annual John Winston Howard office party, and this year it certainly did not disappoint.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

Morrison's policies won't win anyone over. He's just delayed the fight

This effort to ‘scrape off the barnacles’, as John Howard apparently used to call it, before the election campaign starts has merely created more of a mess.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Howard's words far removed from his actions of the past

John Howard, that great practitioner of identity politics, now says it is an evil thing.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

John Howard says it's not 'racist' to cut Australia's migrant intake

Speaking ahead of the release of sealed cabinet papers, the former prime minister told SBS News that Australia should be "mature" enough to debate the issue of migration.
SBS - Published

Focus on what unifies Liberals: Howard

John Howard says his party should stop obsessing about its differences and focus on what unites it.
SBS - Published

'You'll never have that again': John Howard on longevity in politics

Australia's second-longest serving prime minister says today's political and media environment is different but not necessarily more challenging.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Let Australia debate migration: Howard

Former prime minister John Howard says moving new migrants to regional areas is a debate Australia has to have.
SBS - Published

Morrison can win next election: Howard

Former Liberal prime minister John Howard says Scott Morrison can defy the polls to win the next federal election.
SBS - Published

Personal touch key to China ties: Howard

Former Prime Minister John Howard says regular personal contact with China's leaders is very important in dealing with the major trade partner.
SBS - Published

'No regrets' on Lodge, but Howard reveals what he loves about Canberra

Former prime minister John Howard maintains he spent more time in Canberra than Sydney, despite making Kirribilli his official residence.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

archTIS takes collaborative approach to trusted information-sharing

archTIS Ltd (ASX:AR9) has its origins in Australia’s national government response to the 9/11 attacks in the US and is following a path towards commercialising its platforms for trusted digital..
Proactive Investors - Published

John Howard's legacy lauded by PM

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has paid tribute to John Howard at the opening of a library showcasing his time as the leader of the nation.
SBS - Published

'He's got the personality to keep the party together': Howard backs Morrison to win the election

John Howard's plan for the Liberal Party includes focussing on national security, talking up the economy and putting Prime Minister Scott Morrison front and centre.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

With the greatest respect, John Howard, the Libs are in trouble

I simply don’t get the former PM's claim that the Libs getting thumped in Victoria was no big deal.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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