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- Robert on Call on Labor elders to fix the party Not worth fixing. Its better off disappearing down the memory hole. more
- Kumar on Thomas Kelly's killer escapes murder ... Absolutely disgusting decision. Looks like they are trying their best to promote the criminals. Where is the justice? more
- Angela Coombes on Call on Labor elders to fix the party Bob H could probably be the circuit breaker - especially with an ale or two or three or four on board. He could then make ... more
- Keith A Tudor on Unions launch TV ad campaign If I had my way I would abolish damned Unions and have each workplace elect a member to represent them before any Industrial ... more
- CARMEN on Thomas Kelly's killer escapes murder ... I MUST SAY, REGRETTABLY, THAT MY CONFIDENCE AND TRUST IN OUR LEGAL SYSTEM IS DIMINISHING AT A GREAT PACE.... more
- JASON & LISSY FROM BORONIA & FERNTREE GULLY on Call on Labor elders to fix the party To Labor Elders time foer you to disband Labor and start again do such things as merging with the Palmer United Party after ... more
- Vince on Time to lift drinking age to 21? Nice sentiments but let us not forget the bar and pubs themselves who don't seem to give a rat's arse about who enters their ... more
- Vince on Unions launch TV ad campaign Well said to those below. Australians need to realise that the Labor Party is not a party for the workers but rather a party ... more
- Pete. on NRL fans sick of player bad behaviour Its all Julia Gilard's fault. elction now, the Australian people have had enough !!! more
- WWW.ABORTIONTRUTH.COM on Unions launch TV ad campaign Paul with the full support of these damned unions, treasonous Labor prefer to toss out our jobs to communist china and those ... more
- WWW.ABORTIONTRUTH.COM on Tensions growing in the Middle East CARMEN, correct. Sadly "peaceful" muslims have been killing each other in very big numbers for well over a thousand years. ... more
- CARMEN on Call on Labor elders to fix the party Peter......WELL SAID.....This is getting to be a little too farcical for my liking....WHO IS LOOKING AFTER THE COUNTRY'S ... more
- Cannon on Harrison Craig wins The Voice Deep tuhoght! Thanks for contributing. more
- Jessie on Electricity prices to rise by 1.7% An intelligent answer - no BS - which makes a pelasant change more
- Chyna on End of Julia Gillard as PM is nigh? This is just the peferct answer for all of us more
- Xandy on Why are Catholic schools booming? The voice of ratinaolity! Good to hear from you. more
- Peter on Tensions growing in the Middle East Most people have the tendency to hate people who try and kill them or their loved ones! Guess it is just a human thing! more
- Peter on Unions launch TV ad campaign "Australian Unions" Join so the executives can have a better life! more
- WWW.ABORTIONTRUTH.COM on NRL fans sick of player bad behaviour Peter Yasin...yes and not to mention the unspeakable, Abortion for birth control, the killing of innocent preborn human ... more
- CARMEN on Tensions growing in the Middle East All Nations SHOULD KEEP WELL OUT OF the mess in Syria and ALLOW THE PEOPLES OF THAT COUNTRY TO FIGHT THEIR WAY TO HOWEVER ... more
Make-over for CBD Convention area
Over the next three years - the existing Convention and Exhibition centres will be demolished and replaced with new, larger facilities.
The Entertainment Centre will be torn down in 2015, with a new Haymarket "neighbourhood" created in its place.
There will be a new entertainment venue, within the Darling Harbour precinct.
Plans have been unveilled for a billion dollar facelift, of the southern end of Darling Harbour.
There'll be new convention, exhibition and concert venues - and the exisiting Entertainment Centre will be replaced by commercial and residential units.
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It's been revealed a growing number of people are filling up on booze before going out - to avoid higher alcohol prices in pubs and clubs. John Stanley says the booze culture is a growing and concerning one.
The AWU scandal has taken a toll on the Gillard Government with a big slip in the polls. There's been a six-point swing to the Coalition two party preferred, with an election winning lead of 54 to 46.