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Penny Wong is the first Asian-born member of an Australian Cabinet, and also the first openly lesbian member of the Australian cabinet.

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Thank a union brother or sister, they died for every one of these things we all now take for granted. Everything Republicans are trying to eliminate along with overtime pay...social security...EPA regulations...women's rights...unions...medicare.....

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indigenous Australian politician Marion Scrymgour, the first indigenous woman to be elected to the Northern Territory Parliament, director of the Wurli Wurlinjang Aboriginal Corporation, Director of the Katherine West Health Board Aboriginal Corporation, Labor Party Deputy Chief Minister of the Northern Territory, and the highest-ranked indigenous person in government in Australia's history

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On December 10, 1992. The Hon. Paul Keating(Aust.Labor party) Prime Minister of Australia gave the following address to launch the International Year of the World's Indigenous People. This speech was recently voted as the most important speech ever given in Australia.

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June 26, 1839

June 26, 1839: Emma Miller – seamstress, trade union organizer, suffragist, and founder of the Australian Labor Party – is born. She was an advocate for equal pay and equal rights for women and a committed activist and organizer until her death in 1917. The epitaph on her gravestone reads: “The world is my country; to do good is my religion.”

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Australian Labor Party's “It’s Time”. Arguably the most famous, and likely remembered, political campaign slogan, in Australian political history. Capturing the prevailing mood of the early 70's, even among non-Labor voters. The Slogan became a song & turned into a famous television commercial featuring Aussie TV identities, actors & musicians. Whether you liked Gough or not, you'll remember it was "time Australia .. time for freedom ... time for moving ... time to begin, yes it's time".

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NEW LABOR PARTY - FAIRNESS AND EQUITY: IT'S TIME IT'S TIME TO DITCH BILL SHORTEN AND HAV... http://thenewaustralianlaborparty.blogspot.com/2014/11/its-time-its-time-to-ditch-bill-shorten.html?spref=pi

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Joseph Benedict "Ben" Chifley (/ˈtʃɪfli/; 1885–1951), Australian politician, was the 16th Prime Minister of Australia. He took over the Australian Labor Party leadership and Prime Ministership after the death of John Curtin in 1945. Chifley Labor went on to retain a majority in both houses of Australian Parliament at the 1946 election, before his government was defeated in the lower house at the 1949 election.

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Tanya Plibersek deputy leader of the Australian Labor Party and Penny Wong leader of the Senate. Two amazing women.

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Our fierce female PM: Julia Gillard. She's an atheist, not married and committed to environmental issues. She kicks misogynistic opposition butt.

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Australian Labor Party Moments ago Tony Abbott said his GP Tax was dead. But it isn’t the backdown we wanted – it’s just a GP Tax through the backdoor. SHARE and stand with Labor against this tax.

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September 4, 2015 Written by: John Lord 13 Replies Category: News and Politics Tagged under: Abbott Government,Australian Labor Party,Coalition, Mainstream media, Tony Abbott John Lord Saturday 29 ... http://winstonclose.me/2015/09/05/my-thoughts-on-the-week-that-was-written-by-john-lord-13/

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Paid ppl from the Australian Labor Party(which is illegal,the way they're going at it) & , are working for the Bernie Sanders campaign, & if that wasn't bad enough, they're conducting other illegal activities, to boot .. Now, tell me more about how he's the trustworthy candidate?

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Prime Minister of Australia during The Depression: Labor Prime Minister James Scullin was Australia's first Catholic Prime Minister and the first to be of Irish descent. He came to power on 22 October 1929, just a week before the stock market crash in Wall Street. His reign lasted until 6 January 1932 and was plagued by the extremely hard economic conditions and internal political problems within the Australian Labor Party.

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