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Proposal for deregulation of shop trading hours by the Liberal Party has caused concern among retail workers and small businesses. Continue reading Liberal’s trading deregulation causes concern among workers and small businesses
In light of United States President Donald Trump’s recent decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal, relations between Iran and the US have reached a new low. Continue reading Disentangling the complex past, present and future of the Iran nuclear deal
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Election night, March 17, the Labor Party’s 16-year rule over South Australia is slowly drawing to a close, and long-time journalist Jayne Stinson is covering the proceedings on Channel 7’s election panel. Continue reading The New Faces of Labor: meet Jayne Stinson
Egyptians have taken to the polls over three days, in what analysts accurately predicted will be an al-Sisi win. Continue reading Russia, China, Turkey and now Egypt. Who is next?
The commercial released by SA-BEST on Tuesday has continued to go viral online boosting the party’s profile ahead of the March 17 state election. Continue reading A Masterstroke or a Major Joke?
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