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  • KEVIN RUDD M.P. Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Security TRANSCRIPT OF DOORSTOP INTERVIEW - BRISBANE 22 AUGUST 2006 E & OE - PROOF ONLY Subjects: Cole Inquiry; petrol prices; services trade deficit RUDD: I’ve written to the Prime Minister requesting that he expand Commissioner Cole’s powers. The problem
    Date: 22/08/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/N4NK6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREI... - Author: RUDD, Kevin

  •     Parliament House Canberra ACT  2600, Australia Telephone:  +61 2 6277 4941  Facsimile: +61 2 6277 8508  Email: Kevin.Rudd.MP@aph.gov.au  Brisbane Office  PO Box 476A, Morningside QLD 4170, Australia  Telephone: +61 7 3899 4031  Facsimile:  +61 7 3899 5755   Web: www.kevinrudd.com  KEVIN M RUDD MP  SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS, TRADE AND  INTERNATIONAL SECURITY  FEDERAL MEMBER FOR GRIFFITH 23 July 2006 The Hon. Alexander Downer MP Minister for Foreign Affairs Parliament House CANBERRA ACT 2600 Dear Minister Proposed Parliamentary Inquiry into Australian Consular Services The current crisis in Lebanon has brought to the fore the provision of consular services
    Date: 23/07/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/8FCK6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREI... - Author: RUDD, Kevin

  • MEDIA RELEASE KEVIN RUDD M.P. Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs, Trade and International Security BOB SERCOMBE M.P. Shadow Minister for Overseas Aid and the Pacific 13 September 2005 UN WORLD SUMMIT The Australian Government should put its shoulder to the wheel to do its part to help Make Poverty History.
    Date: 13/09/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/I1AH6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREI... - Author: RUDD, Kevin - SERCOM...

  • KEVIN RUDD M.P. Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs, Trade and International Security TIME FOR GOVERNMENT TO WORK WITH TRAVEL AGENTS TO GET WARNINGS ON DRUGS TO TOURISTS BEFORE DEPARTURE For over two years Labor has argued that the Government should require travel agents to distribute DFAT travel advisories to Australian
    Date: 28/08/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/DA6H6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREI... - Author: RUDD, Kevin

  • KEVIN RUDD M.P. Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Security 7 AUGUST 2005 REGIONAL THREAT OF AVIAN INFLUENZA INCREASES - BUT WHAT IS AUSTRALIA DOING? As international concern about the possibility of an Avian Influenza (AI) pandemic escalate, we are not seeing a parallel escalation of Australian leadership within
    Date: 07/08/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/IGWG6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREI... - Author: RUDD, Kevin

  • KEVIN RUDD M.P. Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Security 6 July 2005 IT’S ALL FOREIGN TO DOWNER WHEN IT COMES TO GLOBAL POVERTY While world leaders are confronting the challenge of reducing poverty for 1.3 billion members of the international community, the Howard Government is missing in action.
    Date: 06/07/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/LNKG6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREI... - Author: RUDD, Kevin

  • KEVIN RUDD M.P. Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Security 5 July 2005 CAMPAIGN AGAINST GLOBAL POVERTY: BRITAIN ON THE FRONT LINE; AUSTRALIA MISSING IN ACTION Shadow Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister Kevin Rudd met with British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw in London today. Mr Rudd said the discussions
    Date: 05/07/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/T8KG6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREI... - Author: RUDD, Kevin

  • KEVIN RUDD M.P. Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Security 4 July 2005 ANOTHER MONTH ANOTHER MASSIVE TRADE DEFICIT The Howard Government is continuing to oversee the worst trade performance in Australian history. The May 2005 trade figures show that Australia has now recorded 43 consecutive trade deficits -
    Date: 04/07/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/CWJG6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREI... - Author: RUDD, Kevin

  • KEVIN RUDD M.P. Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs, Trade and International Security 1 July 2005 TIME FOR AUSTRALIA TO HELP MAKE POVERTY HISTORY Today the Australian chapter of the “Make Poverty History” campaign will be launched in Sydney. Part of the “Make Poverty History” campaign involves contributions from individuals, charities
    Date: 01/07/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/N1JG6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREI... - Author: RUDD, Kevin

  • KEVIN RUDD M.P. Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs, Trade and International Security 26 June 2005 MARK VAILE’S TRADE RECORD - THE NUMBERS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES Mark Vaile has a central responsibility in the Howard Government for Australia’s international economic performance. Within that, Mark Vaile has the central responsibility within the
    Date: 26/06/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/K9HG6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREI... - Author: RUDD, Kevin

  • KEVIN RUDD M.P. Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs, Trade and International Security 26 June 2005 HOWARD’S HYPOCRISY ON ZIMBABWE - HE TALKS TOUGH BUT WANTS OTHERS TO ACT TOUGH Labor has long been critical of the Howard Government’s inaction in the face of gross human rights abuses in Zimbabwe. But
    Date: 26/06/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/ZAHG6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREI... - Author: RUDD, Kevin

  • MEDIA RELEASE KEVIN RUDD Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs & International Relations 23 June 2005 HOWARD RECOMMITS TO REGIONAL MILITARY PRE-EMPTION In Parliament today Prime Minister Howard formally recommitted his Government to a doctrine of regional military pre-emption. Under this doctrine, the Australian Government has declared it is prepared to
    Date: 23/06/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/67GG6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREI... - Author: RUDD, Kevin

  • KEVIN RUDD M.P. Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Security DOORSTOP - PARLIAMENT 21 June 2005 E & OE - PROOF ONLY Subjects: Douglas Wood; Newspoll RUDD: Yesterday we had a good briefing from Nick Warner, about the details concerning the release of Douglas Wood from Iraq. We in
    Date: 21/06/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/9XEG6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREI... - Author: RUDD, Kevin

  • JOINT MEDIA RELEASE Kevin Rudd MP Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs Anthony Albanese MP Shadow Minister for the Environment and Heritage 20 June 2005 Action, not words, needed to save whales Whatever happens at the International Whaling Commission meeting in South Korea this week, the bottom line is the Howard
    Date: 20/06/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/SMEG6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREI... - Author: RUDD, Kevin

  • KEVIN RUDD SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS & INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 19 JUNE 2005 INDONESIAN AVIAN FLU CASE REINFORCES URGENCY FOR AUSTRALIA TO IMPLEMENT COMPREHENSIVE REGIONAL STRATEGY Confirmation of the first human case of Avian Influenza (AI) in Australia’s nearest neighbour Indonesia last week underlines the urgent need for the Government
    Date: 19/06/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/SJEG6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FOREI... - Author: RUDD, Kevin

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