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Alan Jones (radio)
Alan Belford Jones AO (born 13 April 1941, or possibly 1942 or 1943[1][2]) is an Australian radio broadcaster. He is a former coach of the Australian National Rugby Union Team and rugby league coach and administrator. He has worked as a school teacher, a speech writer in the office of the Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser, and in musical theatre. He has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Queensland, and completed a one-year teaching diploma at Worcester College, Oxford. He has received civil and industry awards. Jones hosts a popular Sydney
Sydney
breakfast radio program, on radio station 2GB. Jones advocates mainly conservative views, and the popularity of his radio program has made him a highly paid and influential media personality in Australia
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Order Of Australia
The Order of Australia
Australia
is an order of chivalry established on 14 February 1975 by Elizabeth II, Queen of Australia, to recognise Australian citizens and other persons for achievement or meritorious service. Before the establishment of the order, Australian citizens received British honours. The Queen of Australia
Australia
is Sovereign Head of the Order,[3] while the Governor-General is Principal Companion/Dame/Knight (as relevant at the time) and Chancellor of the Order
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Division Of Wentworth
Prime Minister of AustraliaFirst Ministry Second Ministry Third Ministry 2016 electionParliamentary eligibility crisis Australian Marriage Law Postal SurveyAustralian republican movementv t eThe Division of Wentworth
Division of Wentworth
is an Australian electoral division in the state of New South Wales. It was proclaimed in 1900 and was one of the original 65 divisions contested at the first federal election. The division is named after William Charles Wentworth (1790–1872), an Australian explorer and statesman. In 1813 he accompanied Blaxland and Lawson on their crossing of the Blue Mountains. Wentworth is the second-smallest geographical electoral division in the Parliament with an area of just 38 square kilometres (15 sq mi), covering Woolloomooloo along the southern shore of Sydney Harbour
Sydney Harbour
to Watsons Bay and down the coast to Clovelly—an area largely coextensive with Sydney's Eastern Suburbs
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Australian Parliament
Government (76) Coalition      Liberal (45)      LNP (21)[a]      National (10)Opposition (69)      Labor (69)Crossbench (5)      Greens (1)      Katter (1)      Xenophon (1)      Independent (2)[b]  Senate political groupsGovernment (30) Coalition      Liberal (22)      LNP (5)[c]      National (2)      CLP (1)[d]Opposition (26)      Labor (26)Crossbench (20)      Greens (9)      One Nation (3)      Xenophon (2)      Hinch (1)      Liberal Democrat (1)      Conservatives (1)[e]      Independent (3)[f][g][h]  ElectionsHouse of R
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Division Of Eden-Monaro
The Division of Eden-Monaro
Division of Eden-Monaro
is an Australian electoral division in the state of New South Wales. The division was created in 1900, and was one of the original 65 divisions contested at the first federal election. It is named for the town of Eden and the Monaro district of southern New South Wales. Its boundaries have changed very little throughout its history, and it includes the towns of Yass, Bega and Cooma and the city of Queanbeyan. It completely surrounds the Australian Capital Territory. Until 1943 the seat was held by non-Labor parties for all but three years. Since then, it has been consistently marginal, though it was in Labor hands for all but one term from 1943 to 1975. This is mainly because of the seat's demographics. The Eden area tilts toward the Liberals; most of the area is part of the historically safe Liberal state seat of Bega
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Electoral District Of Earlwood
Earlwood was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly of the Australian state of New South Wales
New South Wales
from 1950 to 1991
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Liberal Party Of Australia
The Liberal Party of Australia
Australia
is a major centre-right political party in Australia, one of the two major parties in Australian politics, along with the centre-left Australian Labor Party
Australian Labor Party
(ALP). It was founded in 1945 to replace the United Australia Party
United Australia Party
(UAP).[4] The Liberal Party is the largest and dominant party in the Coalition with the National Party of Australia. In two areas the parties have merged, forming the Country Liberal Party
Country Liberal Party
of the Northern Territory and the Liberal National Party of Queensland. Except for a few short periods, the Liberal Party and its predecessors have operated in similar coalitions since the 1920s
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List Of Leaders Of The Liberal Party Of Australia (New South Wales Division)
The Liberal Party of Australia
Liberal Party of Australia
( New South Wales
New South Wales
Division), commonly known as the NSW Liberals, is the state division of the Liberal Party of Australia in New South Wales. The party currently governs in New South Wales in coalition with the National Party of Australia
National Party of Australia
(NSW). The party is part of the federal Liberal Party of Australia
Liberal Party of Australia
which governs nationally in Coalition with the National Party of Australia. In the 66 years since its foundation the party has won seven state elections to the Australian Labor Party's 13, and has spent 20 years in office (1965 to 1976, 1988 to 1995 and 2011 to the present) to Labor's 46
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Eric Willis
Second World War New Guinea
New Guinea
campaign Philippines campaignSir Eric Archibald Willis KBE, CMG (15 January 1922 – 10 May 1999) was an Australian politician, Cabinet Minister and the 34th Premier of New South Wales, serving from 23 January 1976 to 14 May 1976. Born in Murwillumbah in 1922, Willis was educated at Murwillumbah High School and the University of Sydney, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts with double honours. Enlisting during the Second World War, Willis served on the homefront and later served in New Guinea
New Guinea
and the Philippines. He continued to serve the Citizen Military Forces until 1958.[1] After serving a period as a geographer, Willis was elected to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly as the Liberal member for Earlwood in 1950. He rose to become a long-serving Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party from 1959 to 1975 under Robert Askin
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New South Wales State Election, 1978
Neville Wran LaborElected Premier Neville Wran LaborA general election was held in the state of New South Wales, Australia, on Saturday 7 October 1978. The result was a landslide victory for the Australian Labor Party
Australian Labor Party
under Neville Wran, popularly known as the "Wranslide." It is notable for being so successful for the Labor Party that it tallied 57 percent of the primary vote, the largest primary vote for any party in over a century. Having gone into the election with a razor-thin majority of one seat, Labor scored a 13-seat swing, giving it a strong majority of 63 seats. Labor even managed to defeat the Leader of the Opposition, Peter Coleman, in his own electorate. The seats of many other prominent Shadow Ministers fell to Labor as well. Labor also won took many seats in areas long reckoned as Coalition heartland
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Australian Labor Party
The Australian
The Australian
Labor Party (ALP, also Labor, was Labour before 1912) is a political party in Australia. The party has been in opposition at the federal level since the 2013 election. Bill Shorten
Bill Shorten
has been the party's federal parliamentary leader since 13 October 2013. The party is a federal party with branches in each state and territory. Labor is in government in the states of Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, and in both the Australian Capital Territory
Australian Capital Territory
and Northern Territory. The party competes against the Liberal/National Coalition for political office at the federal and state (and sometimes local) levels
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Division Of North Sydney
The Division of North Sydney
Sydney
is an Australian electoral division in the state of New South Wales. It was proclaimed in 1900 and was one of the original 65 divisions contested at the first federal election. Located along Sydney's North Shore, the division is named after the suburb of North Sydney
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John Spender
John Michael Spender QC (born 2 December 1935) is a former Australian politician, diplomat and barrister. Born in Sydney, the son of politician Sir Percy Spender, he attended Yale University
Yale University
before becoming a barrister. In 1980 he was elected to the Australian House of Representatives
Australian House of Representatives
as the Liberal member for North Sydney. He held the seat until his defeat by prominent independent Ted Mack.[1] In 1996 he was appointed Australian Ambassador to France, a position he held until 2000.[2] He was also Australian ambassador to Portugal (1996–1998) and Australian special envoy to Cyprus (1996–2000).[3] Spender was married to fashion designer Carla Zampatti
Carla Zampatti
and has three children. They married in 1975, but separated in 2008 and divorced in 2010.[4] References[edit]^ Carr, Adam (2008). "Australian Election Archive". Psephos, Adam Carr's Election Archive
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John Hewson
John
John
is a common English name and surname: John
John
(given name) John
John
(surname), including a list of people with the name John John
John
may also refer to:Contents1 People with the given name1.1 Religious figures 1.2 Rulers and other political figures 1.3 Other religious figures2 Fictional characters 3 Songs 4 Other uses 5 See alsoPeople with the given name[edit] Religious figures[edit] John the Baptist
John the Baptist
(died c. 30 AD), regarded as a prophet and the forerunner of Jesus Christ John the Apostle
John the Apostle
(c
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Doug Anthony
John Douglas Anthony, AC, CH, PC (born 31 December 1929) is a former Australian politician. He was leader of the National Party from 1971 to 1984, and Deputy Prime Minister from 1971 to 1972 and again from 1975 to 1983.Contents1 Early life 2 Political career 3 References in popular culture 4 See also 5 ReferencesEarly life[edit] Anthony was born in Murwillumbah in northern New South Wales.[1] He was the son of Hubert Lawrence "Larry" Anthony, a well-known Country Party politician. Doug Anthony
Doug Anthony
was educated at Murwillumbah Primary School and Murwillumbah High School, before attending The King's School in Sydney
Sydney
between 1943 and 1946 and then Gatton College in Queensland.[1][2] After graduating he took up dairy-farming near Murwillumbah
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Benign Tumor
A benign tumor is a mass of cells (tumor) that lacks the ability to invade neighboring tissue or metastasize. These do not spread into, or invade, nearby tissues however they can sometimes be quite large. When removed, Benign tumours usually do not grow back, whereas malignant tumors sometimes do. Unlike most benign tumors elsewhere in the body, benign brain tumors can be life threatening.[1] Benign tumors generally have a slower growth rate than malignant tumors and the tumor cells are usually more differentiated (cells have normal features).[2][3][4] They are typically surrounded by an outer surface (fibrous sheath of connective tissue) or remain with the epithelium.[5] Common examples of benign tumors include moles and uterine fibroids. Although benign tumors will not metastasize or locally invade tissues, some types may still produce negative health effects
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