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Julia Gillard

Julia Gillard

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  1. After Julia, a program of works written by seven composers in response to Julia Gillard's time as prime minister, will receive its world premiere on November 8, writes Michael ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Age

  2. The man who replaced Gough Whitlam in the dramatic events of the 1975 dismissal, former Liberal prime minister Malcolm Fraser, has helped lead the tributes for his former political nemesis. FULL ARTICLE AT The Age

  1. Julia Gillard on Gough Whitlam: a giant of his era, he will live on in our nation

    A man of the highest political courage, our former prime minister transformed Australia and we are in his debt Continue reading... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  2. Juila Gillard was constantly berated by the media and opposition for her clothes, hairstyle and weight. FULL ARTICLE AT TVNZ

  1. Gillard comfortable in Coast spotlight

    IT was a Gold Coast hairdresser and a cheeky cavoodle who helped Julia Gillard get through the toughest, but most rewarding, time of her life. FULL ARTICLE AT Gold Coast Bulletin

  2. When Julia Gillard launched the draft of Australia's first ever national curriculum in 2010 she welcomed the "strong appearance" of grammar. FULL ARTICLE AT The Age

  3. In 2010 Julia Gillard welcomed the 'strong appearance' of grammar in draft of first ever national curriculum. FULL ARTICLE AT The Age

  4. Sexism dogged Gillard

    In October 2011, Julia Gillard made her first appearance on the international stage as Australian Prime Minister, meeting Anders Rasmussen, then Nato Secretary-General, in Brussels to discuss the ongoing war ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Zealand Herald

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Julia Eileen Gillard (born 29 September 1961) is the Deputy Prime Minister of Australia and deputy leader of the federal Australian Labor Party (ALP). Julia Gillard has been an ALP member of the Australian House of Representatives since October 1998, representing the Division of Lalor, Victoria. She was elected unopposed as Deputy Leader on 4 December 2006. She also became the Shadow Minister for... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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