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22/10/2007 - 08:47

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Prime Minister John Howard made pledges on climate change and Australian troops in Iraq in last night's debate, but most commentators picked Labor leader Kevin Rudd as the winner. Labor has promised a 20 per cent lift to the child care tax rebate, to be paid quarterly instead of once a year. All papers.

The head of WA's Department of Industry and Resources, Jim Limerick, has defended claims of incompetence and says the state government must throw more resources its way if WA is to make the most of the mining boom. The West.

Access Economics has warned that Australia is in the inflation danger zone, with the third quarter CPI figures due out this week. The Age.

A Wall Street slide last Friday could trigger selling pressure on US-exposed stocks when Australia's stock market opens today. Herald-Sun.

Futuris set for fiery AGM as share price languishes below $2. The West

EPA go-ahead for Midwest iron ore loading facility north of Morawa. The West

 

 

The West Australian:

Page 1: Labor has promised a massive boost in child-care payments if it wins government. Prime Minister John Howard announced a restructure of Australia's forces in Iraq in a bid to neutralise the public's opposition to the war, during the leaders debate last night.

Page 3: John Howard was walloped by the worm in last night's leaders' debate.

Finance: The head of WA's Department of Industry and Resources, Jim Limerick, has defended claims of incompetence and says the state government must throw more resources its way if WA is to make the most of the mining boom. Futuris set for fiery AGM as share price languishes below $2. EPA go-ahead for Midwest iron ore facility.




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