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File photo of Tony Abbott in 2010.
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Pages in category "Tony Abbott"
The following 46 pages are in this category, out of 46 total.
- Abbott calls for independent boards to govern Australian hospitals
- Abbott open to possible Australian assistance in Iraq
- AirAsia jet vanishes over Indonesia, 162 missing
- Anti-budget protest descends on Brisbane Australia
- At Australian gymnastic team announcement, media turns out for Tony Abbott
- Australia and Afghanistan to be represented at NATO summit
- Australia announces levy bill to offset cost of Queensland floods
- Australia, Malaysia closing in on refugee agreement
- Australian Capital Territory legalises same-sex marriage
- Australian Defence Minister resigns
- Australian election debate debacle
- Australian election debate moved to avoid clash with cookery show
- Australian federal election 2010: Parliament hung
- Australian federal election announced for August 21
- Australian government prepares legislation to restrict travel of Australian fighters overseas
- Australian Government proposes amendments to Racial Discrimination Act
- Australian government to introduce electronic Medicare rebates
- Australian Health minister makes inappropriate comments about Brogden suicide attempt
- Australian House of Representatives grows heated over industrial relations legislation
- Australian House of Representatives has "no rules": Gillard
- Australian Members of Parliament removed from chamber again in rowdy session of Question Time
- Australian MPs exchange fighting words over healthcare rebate
- Australian parliament to apologise to Stolen Generations
- Australian PM subject to scrutiny over Carer and Senior's payments
- Australian Prime Minister announces results of reshuffle
- Australian Prime Minister-elect Tony Abbott announces first ministerial appointments
- Australians may choose to change head of state beyond Queen Elizabeth II: Howard
- Repeal of ministerial control of RU486 bill passes Australian House of Representatives
- Repeal of ministerial control of RU486 bill passes Australian Senate
- RU486 Abortion pill hearings begin in Australia
- RU486 debate complicates with amendments posed in Australian House of Representatives
- RU486 debate enters Australian Senate