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While You Were Working: Wednesday 25 May, 2016

#AUSVOTES EDITION

Take a moment for yourself and catch up on the news of the day.


TURNBULL INTERVIEWED BY ALAN JONES FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 2014

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has appeared on the Alan Jones Breakfast Show on 2GB for the first time in two years. Here's how it went down.


VICTORIA APOLIGISES FOR CONVICTIONS UNDER OUTDATED GAY LAWS

The Victorian Premier has made a formal apology to the state for historic laws that criminalised homosexuality.


government accused of double standards on public service domestic violence leave

A plea from the Human Rights Commission for the Coalition government to relent on its hard line on specific domestic violence leave for public servants has been rejected.

Minister for women Michaelia Cash has told the Commission that public servants have enough access to leave if they are victims of abuse in the home and that no changes to the government's tough bargaining stance would be made, Commission staff have been told.

Source: Sydney Morning Herald.


labor says aborted city link land sale will lead to 'sterile missed opportunity'

The state government's desire to develop major city projects simultaneously has been blamed for the collapse of its deal with Mirvac to develop key land sites for the $5.3 billion Perth City Link project.

The failure is the latest major blow for the grand WA development from the horseshoe bridge to Perth Arena and further evidence of the Barnett government's mismanagement of key state projects, the Opposition says.

Source: WA Today.



Source: Twitter Moments.


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