Prime Minister Julia Gillard & Nova Peris

Julia Eileen Gillard (born 29 September 1961) is the 27th and current Prime Minister of Australia and the Leader of the Australian Labor Party since 24 June 2010. She is the first woman to hold either office. Nova Maree Peris OAM (born 25 February 1971) is an indigenous Australian athlete. 2.7/5

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Three indigenous Northern Territory Labor members are now vowing to seek pre-selection for the Senate, in a protest over Prime Minister Julia Gillard's push to elevate former Olympian Nova Peris to the top spot on the ticket.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard's action was swift and decisive. Nova Peris wasn't a member of the ALP. She is a political outsider. What does that say about Julia Gillard and her executive's faith in, and support for, the status quo in the Northern Territory branch of the Australian Labor Party? Not m...
The decision of the Prime Minister Julia Gillard to override the preselection of a Labor candidate for the election of a Northern Territory senator has not turned out the way the Prime Minister intended. She had expected applause across the country for her decision to impose as an indigenous candidate the former athlete Nova Peris. A. But party members upset at the reopening of the preselection are pointing out that. Ms.Peris is an unknown, and was not even a member of the Labor Party when she was nominated. And the veteran Senator Crossin Ms Gillard has effectively sacked is not going to go away quietly. Under the way the politicians have decided the Senate is to be elected, most of the places are actually guaranteed for the major parties. This is usually decided by the “faceless men” - the factional powerbrokers who dominate the state executives. ...
FEDERAL Labor backbencher Nick Champion says Prime Minister Julia Gillard should have allowed rank and file members to have played a role in selecting Nova Peris for the number one NT Senate spot.
BEFORE the end of the first month of the new year, Prime Minister Julia Gillard has enveloped her party in a damaging internal feud entirely of her own making. The decision to support the candidature of a former Olympic athlete, Nova Peris, to become the parliament's first female indigenous parliame...
LABOR MPs were yesterday furious that Prime Minister Julia Gillard ousted a key supporter of Kevin Rudd to put political novice Nova Peris into an assured Senate seat.
The Prime Minister Julia Gillard has sidelined the sitting Northern Territory Labor Senator Trish Crossing by intervening in the Territory's pre-selection process to have Indigenous Olympian Nova Peris selected. The move has raised the hackles of some within Labor ranks, who say it was not only poli...
Prime Minister Julia Gillard to endorse Nova Peris as the Northern Territory Senate candidate...
Axed senator slams Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s endorsement of Olympic athlete Nova Peris for the Senate.
Nova Peris to seek Senate preselection: PRIME Minister Julia Gillard has thrown her support behind Olympian Nova...
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has asked Labor's national executive to endorse Australia's first Indigenous Olympic gold medallist, Nova Peris, as a candidate ...
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has endorsed Nova Peris as a senate candidate in the Northern Territory
Prime Minister Julia Gillard walks into her courtyard for press conference with athlete Nova Peris by her side
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