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Austerity May Last Beyond 2020, Says Cameron

SKY News The Prime Minister admits the economic crisis is far worse than expected and warns he cannot predict when the cuts will end. David Cameron has admitted he cannot envisage a time when the austerity programme will end and … Continue reading

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Businesses forced to dump carbon tax hike on customers

Simon Benson and Steve Lewis The Daily Telegraph SMALL business owners, farmers and home renovators are among those already feeling the effect of the carbon tax as prices soar just two weeks after the scheme was introduced. In one of … Continue reading

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Elderly patients are being ‘deprived of food and drink so they die quicker and free up bed space’, claim doctors

Emily Allen Daily Mail Hospitals may be withholding food and drink from elderly patients so they die quicker to cut costs and save on bad spaces, leading doctors have warned. Thousands of terminally ill people are placed on a ‘care … Continue reading

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Carbon tax cost added to family’s funeral bill

Simon Benson Daily Telegraph A GRIEVING family claims that a cemetery slapped them with a $55 carbon tax bill for burying a relative – saying “even the dead don’t escape the carbon tax” – just days after the tax was … Continue reading

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Joe Hockey accuses Julia Gillard of ‘lecturing’ world on economic management

Simon Benson & Alison McMeekin Herald Sun/Daily Telegraph UPDATE: THE Australian economy might be a shining light amid the global economic gloom, however Julia Gillard’s decision to write to world leaders about economic management has been slammed by the opposition … Continue reading

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Surgery bans elderly patient over her carbon footprint

Daily Telegraph Reporter The Telegraph An elderly woman was ordered to find a new GP because the “carbon footprint” of her two-mile round trips to the surgery where she had been treated for 30 years was too large. Avril Mulcahy, … Continue reading

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Elderly ‘ignored’ in UK care system

Press TV Campaigners have urged NHS practitioners to treat elderly patients with respect as it was revealed that they are treated like ‘objects’ in the current British healthcare system. In a letter published in the Daily Telegraph, a group of … Continue reading

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Disdain, distrust and desperation

Simon Benson Daily Telegraph RESERVE Bank board member Heather Ridout is not alone in her despair over the leadership debacle dragging down the federal government and Australia. My poor mum has had a gutful. As political barometers go, she is … Continue reading

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Sydney’s crowded houses of learning

Bruce McDougall Daily Telegraph STUDENTS in government primary schools are struggling in classes of more than 30 children as wealthy families turn their backs on expensive private colleges to save thousands of dollars in fees. Booming public school enrolments have … Continue reading

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How have we allowed the music industry to portray women in such a soulless, demeaning way?

Mia Freedman Daily Telegraph THE Hog’s Breath Cafe is not my natural habitat. Generally, I’m not big on theme restaurants after overdoing it at The Hard Rock Cafe back in the ’90s. And somehow, I’d always assumed the hog in … Continue reading

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