Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has demanded the
political scalp of a high-profile Liberal candidate Mal
Brough over the "grossly sexist" wording of a menu for his
federal election fundraiser.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard's leadership again
hangs by a thread as Labor MPs in fear of their seats
increasingly swing to ousted predecessor Kevin Rudd as a
last-minute saviour for the September 14 election.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has brushed aside the
latest opinion poll which puts support for her Labor
government at its lowest levels since the carbon tax was
about to be introduced.
The trip that Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard's
partner, Tim Mathieson, took to Arrowtown 12 years ago with a
couple of mates was so memorable that he took her back there
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard's first visit to
Queenstown was successful, both for political deals and
impressing the locals.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard says she had "no
inkling" of the effect her so-called misogyny speech aimed at
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott would have.
War graves will be spruced up and events staged across the
world, at a cost of $83.5 million, to mark Australia's Anzac
When it comes down to trust, fewer of us are putting it in
Prime Minister Julia Gillard, according to the latest
Newspoll in The Australian.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard is expected to unveil her third
ministerial reshuffle in 18 months today.
Julia Gillard has trounced Kevin Rudd in the federal Labor
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