Daniel Burdon

Daniel Burdon
  • Joined: Nov 2010
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Published a story 6:30pm Sep 30th

AN INQUIRY into the Newman Government and its finances, moved at Clive Palmer’s behest, will report its findings as the state goes to the polls next March.

Senate supports inquiry into Newman Government

30 Sep 2014

AN INQUIRY into the Newman Government and its finances, moved at Clive Palmer’s behest, will report its findings as the state goes to the polls next March.

Published a story 5:37pm Sep 30th

THE two major parties have voted down a second effort by The Greens to openly debate Australia’s potential role against the Islamic State in Iraq.

LNP, Labor shun open debate on role against IS

30 Sep 2014

THE two major parties have voted down a second effort by The Greens to openly debate Australia’s potential role against the Islamic State in Iraq.

Published a story 5:17pm Sep 30th

A SENATOR has attacked a newspaper, Labor and a community group over a bill which would see young jobseekers lose welfare entitlements for up to six months.

Welfare entitlements bill sparks fiery Senate debate

30 Sep 2014

A SENATOR has attacked a newspaper, Labor and a community group over a bill which would see young jobseekers lose welfare entitlements for up to six months.

Published a story 4:42pm Sep 30th

THE Abbott government has promised the families of four men who died working on the Rudd government's failed home insulation scheme will be compensated.

Compensation for families of men killed in pink batts scheme

30 Sep 2014

THE Abbott government has promised the families of four men who died working on the Rudd government's failed home insulation scheme will be compensated.

Published a story 3:54pm Sep 30th

266 people drowned in Australian waterways between July 2013 and June 2014 and 81% of them were men.

Drownings down but men at greater risk

30 Sep 2014

266 people drowned in Australian waterways between July 2013 and June 2014 and 81% of them were men.

Published a story 3:44pm Sep 29th

THE biggest avoiders of tax in Australia include some of the nation’s major miners, a property developer and entertainment company, a new report has found.

List reveals Australia's top 'tax avoiders'

29 Sep 2014

THE biggest avoiders of tax in Australia include some of the nation’s major miners, a property developer and entertainment company, a new report has found.

Published a story 6:05pm Sep 23rd

NEW figures released on Tuesday show health spending is increasing at the slowest rate since the 1980s.

Health spending slow down

23 Sep 2014

NEW figures released on Tuesday show health spending is increasing at the slowest rate since the 1980s.

Published a story 5:34pm Sep 23rd

THE Prime Minister says two goals for Australian intervention are to prevent genocide and prevent the creation of new attack bases.

Abbott promises minimal Australian involvement in Iraq

23 Sep 2014

THE Prime Minister says two goals for Australian intervention are to prevent genocide and prevent the creation of new attack bases.

Published a story 5:34pm Sep 22nd

THE Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security has urged Australia's intelligence agencies should be exempt from budget cuts.

Calls for intel agencies to be spared from budget cuts

22 Sep 2014

THE Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security has urged Australia's intelligence agencies should be exempt from budget cuts.

Published a story 5:07pm Sep 22nd

A HOUSING industry report has found changes to negative gearing tax breaks would increase rent, erode housing affordability and slow residential investment.

Report finds negative gearing changes a 'retrograde step'

22 Sep 2014

A HOUSING industry report has found changes to negative gearing tax breaks would increase rent, erode housing affordability and slow residential investment.

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