Prime Minister Julia Gillard & Western Sydney

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. Western Sydney Wanderers FC is a professional association football club based in Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 2.7/5

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Labor strikes compromise 457 visa crackdown deal with crossbench MPs By chief political correspondent Emma Griffiths, staff Updated 1 hour 15 minutes ago PHOTO: Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced the crackdown while visiting Western Sydney in March. (AAP: Paul Miller) RELATED STORY: Government scrambles to get 457 visa crackdown supportRELATED STORY: Oakeshott looks set to torpedo 457 visa crackdownRELATED STORY: Changes to help crack down on 457 visa breachesRELATED STORY: What is a 457 visa? MAP: Australia The Federal Government has struck a compromise deal with crucial crossbench MPs for its crackdown on the 457 foreign worker visa scheme. The Immigration Minister secured the vote of Independent Tony Windsor by making changes to the labour market testing rules. The Coalition says the changes make the bill worse and they voted against the amendments. But Labor had enough crossbench votes for the amendments to pass the House of Representatives, which also passed the Gonski school funding reforms toda ...
Prime Minister Julia Gillard is attempting to brush aside the latest leadership rumblings. She is apparently telling her colleagues 'I'm going nowhere'. It comes as Kevin Rudd also pushes his case for the top job, with the former PM to campaign in marginal Western Sydney seats later this week. Who would you like to see lead the labs?
I hope none of the members here are from Western Sydney. If you are, we have all just been made aware that you are second rate citizens because of where you come from. Clearly, members of the ALP consider Western Sydney second rate. I don't know how else and why else Gillard would have felt the need to make some of the comments she made in her speech on Sunday night. There must have been some reason she said those things and I can only conclude that is because that is the way the ALP MP's discuss the Western Sydney suburbs when they are behind closed doors. How f&*king condescending and patronizing of her to even say those things when there was no need to at all. All she has done is draw more anger towards herself and her MP's. Fury over Julia's snub for suburbs GEMMA JONES POLITICAL REPORTER The Daily Telegraph March 04, 2013 12:00AM RESIDENTS of western Sydney "should never be viewed as being second rate" , Prime Minister Julia Gillard declared last night. Addressing a crowd of Labor party faithful at . ...
New gang laws outlined by Prime Minister Julia Gillard to impact nationwide. (06-03) During an announcement in Western Sydney, the following has been proposed: •Courts will have the power to declare that a body, such as a bikie gang, is a criminal organisation and then impose control orders on designated members •Members of gangs will not be able to meet with other club members, hold a liquor license, hold a weapons or explosives license, and visit clubhouses •Police will have more power to seize cash, cars and houses that have been obtained illegally •Onus of proof will be reversed so criminals have to explain how they obtained their cash or assets •Proceeds of assets will be shared between states •Introduction of a new national ballistics database •An anti-bikie legislation proposed These proposals will be reviewed by states over the next few weeks. Ms Gillard completes her Western Sydney visit on Friday. --WSCF
Prime Minister Julia Gillard is making her 17th trip to Western Sydney in the past 12 months. Whose the clown following her around?
Prime Minister Julia Gillard is spending the next five days in Rooty Hill, Western Sydney, to find out about the issues challenging Australians. If the PM was going to spend five days in one spot, in Queensland, where do you think she should go? Perhaps you want to extend an invitation to her tonight? Tell us where the PM should stay for five days to get a real understanding of life as a Queenslander...
Labor's Warragamba Dam plan will increase house value and cut insurance costs for thousands in Western Sydney
Prime Minister Julia Gillard is preparing for a week-long campaign in marginal Western Sydney seats as her frontbench plays down another poor opinion poll.
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