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Peter Kelley
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Nice turn of phrase from my local member: "multinationals need tax breaks like Prince Philip needs a knighthood" 

#ALPConf2015 +Andrew Leigh 
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The picture looks prettier than my score. #eclipse
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Much funnier than the Bob Carr diaries :)
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Someone in health informatics once told me "If doctors won't use it, nothing else matters" and this certainly seems to be the case with the PCEHR. If I can't even get my local GP to upload information into the e-health record because they are not connected then what good is it? If I can't get a hospital to upload a separation summary to the system then what good is it?

Unless there are a whole lot more clinicians enabled on the system this will fail.
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Richard Ackland has an interesting perspective on Joe Hockey's defamation win.

"An outcome in which the plaintiff loses three-quarters of his case and now faces the prospect of coming out behind on the money, brings an exciting new meaning to the word “victory”."
An outcome in which the plaintiff loses three-quarters of his case and could come out behind on the money? Good luck with your victory against Fairfax, Joe
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OK so these are US figures produced as part of a US election campaign but what about Australia?

It would be really interesting to see the same graphs for Australia and compare them under the current coalition government versus governments before that. I would be particularly interested in seeing the percentage of businesses less than a year old and how that changed with the small business initiatives announced in the budget.
There was a single thread running through Hillary Clinton’s big economics speech on Monday: the importance of raising wages for working Americans. That’s no coincidence: The six-year-old economic r…
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A worthwhile contribution to analysis of the policies of the current government.
 
What sort of country do you want to live in? It really comes down to this.

Of course we know that Abbott represents the most regressive and reactionary forces of Australian politics but what about the complete failure of the Australian Labor Party which has facilitated and in many cases even cooperated with this rightward turn? What happens when Abbott's reign is finally brought to a close?

What sort of a country do you really want to live in? 
By attacking the institutions of redistribution, closing down democratic debate wherever possible, and demonising his political opponents, the Prime Minister is leading an assault on Australia's commitment to fairness, writes Tim Dunlop. The Abbott Government's game plan for the nation is pretty ...
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This is a telling analysis of how far from reality the statements made by the coalition before the election were 
As Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has framed the NBN as a 'mess' that needs to be 'fixed,' a frame that has been accepted by most commentators. In reality the NBN 'mess' is a direct result of policy shift by the Coalition Government.
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Everyone who goes to heaven will have sinned at some point, that's the point of forgiveness after all. 
Sepp Blatter says FIFA's corruption has nothing to do with him and that he believes he will 'go to heaven one day'.
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Church Sign of the Week....
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A software architect repatriated to Canberra, Australia. I'm a boardgamer, father and Christian.
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Software Architect who has moved back to Canberra from South Australia in late 2011. I am a boardgamer, Christian, father and husband. I play Ingress for Enlightened.
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Blatter maintains innocence, believes he will 'go to heaven one day'
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Sepp Blatter says FIFA's corruption has nothing to do with him and that he believes he will 'go to heaven one day'.

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Residents in Cooma complain of explosion-like noises at night, and after several weeks, police are no closer to solving the mystery.

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