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Kevin Rudd’s Plans For 2013

Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has spoken about his plans for election year 2013.

Rudd was interviewed by David Koch on Channel 7’s Sunrise.

The former Labor leader said he would be working in his local community in his Griffith electorate as well as in the wider community in Brisbane, particularly on the question of public sector job losses under the Newman government.

Rudd said he would also be going around the country to support “my Labor colleagues” in their electorates.

Rudd also spoke about his fundraising efforts with Twinings Tea in aid of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RPCA).



Gillard and Hockey Put Positions On Flood Levy

Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey appeared on Channel 7’s Sunrise program this morning to argue their cases for and against the flood levy.


Six Days Before Rudd Is Deposed, Normality And Predictions

On Friday, June 18, few people expected that first-termPrime Minister Kevin Rudd would be removed as leader of the ALP in just six days.

Rudd made what would be his last appearance on the Channel 7 breakfast show Sunrise.

On the Sky News Agenda program, Greg O’Mahoney commented on Rudd’s chances of surviving another week as Prime Minister.

Later in the day, also on the Sky News Contrarians program, Tom Switzer predicted a move against Rudd. [Read more…]


Election Eve: Hockey And Rudd Make Final Pitches

With polls indicating the Howard government was likely to be returned, Joe Hockey and Kevin Rudd made their final 2004 election pitches on Channel 7’s Sunrise program.