Monthly Archives: November 2010

‘What you see is what you get’: Baillieu pledges no hidden agenda | The Age

Thomas Hunter November 30, 2010 – 11:49AM Click to play video Premier-elect Ted Baillieu has praised John Brumby’s contribution to Victoria and set out a comprehensive program of reforms plans he will embark on immediately. In his first press conf… Continue reading

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Mayne could hold balance of power in Victoria – The Stump

November 28, 2010 – 3:56 pm, by Andrew Crook Crikey founder Stephen Mayne could hold the balance of power in the Victorian Upper House, with an unexpected Steve Fielding-style preference run close to delivering him the fifth and final seat in Nort… Continue reading

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Your time’s up, Mr Brumby | The Age

Shaun Carney November 28, 2010 Labor has been coasting along for more than a decade, but its good luck has just run out. JOHN Brumby and John Howard share a given name, but that’s not all they have in common. Both have found themselves on the rece… Continue reading

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Baillieu hails Labor ‘collapse’ as Brumby refuses to admit defeat | Herald Sun

Baillieu hails Labor ‘collapse’ as Brumby refuses to admit defeat Staff writers with AAP From: AAP, Sunday Herald Sun November 27, 2010 10:09PM Swing to Vic opposition n in early counting Watch Close Swing to Vic oppn in early counting Early count… Continue reading

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Once more an unheralded leader takes party to a stunning result | The Age

Paul Austin November 28, 2010 Team Brumby Labor posters on Glengala Road, Sunshine. Photo: Lucy Aulich TED BAILLIEU has done a Steve Bracks. The Coalition is on the verge of a famous victory. It’s the biggest surprise since Bracks’ stunning defeat… Continue reading

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Tenders are corrupt if we are denied info | The Age 27-Nov’10

November 27, 2010 Illustration: Ron Tandberg WE VICTORIANS have suffered three weak ”executive” governments in a row, under Messrs Kennett, Bracks and Brumby. Each has repeatedly awarded contracts and refused to give us details of the successful… Continue reading

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Late surge to Liberals | The Age 27-Nov’10

Paul Austin November 27, 2010 JOHN Brumby’s Labor government could be swept from office today, with a late Age/Nielsen poll showing Ted Baillieu’s Coalition has surged to the lead in the final days of the election campaign. The poll, taken on Wedn… Continue reading

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