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The battle for Bennelong

Margot Saville

The battle for Bennelong

the adventures of Maxine McKew, aged 50 something

by Margot Saville

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Published by Melbourne University Publishing in Carlton, Vic .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • McKew, Maxine.,
  • Australian Labor Party.,
  • Australia. -- Parliament -- Elections, 2007.,
  • Women political candidates -- Australia.,
  • Political campaigns -- Australia.,
  • Election districts -- Australia -- New South Wales.,
  • Australia -- Politics and government.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMargot Saville.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ1236.6.A8 S28 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 182 p. ;
    Number of Pages182
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16876076M
    ISBN 109780522854428
    LC Control Number2008371616
    OCLC/WorldCa228509340

      Kristina Keneally says Bennelong by election a referendum on Turnbull government This article is more than 2 years old Appearing with Bill Shorten at campaign launch, Labor’s candidate says.   Bennelong poll: John Alexander holds clear lead over Keneally This article is more than 2 years old If ReachTel result holds true it would represent a Author: Paul Karp.

      As Jacob Nash’s smouldering disc hangs balefully over a blackened landscape, the earth itself, divided into the traditional Aboriginal groupings of male and female, appears to give birth to Bennelong. With something of the implacable weight of Greek drama, the warrior is cleansed for battle, whether he be hero or scapegoat is yet to be seen. When he died, Bennelong's people held a traditional payback battle for which about people gathered. A person on the schooner Henrietta who saw it wrote that spears flew very thick, and about 30 men were wounded. Colebee's nephew, Nanberry, who died in , was buried with Bennelong Died: 3 January , Kissing Point, New South Wales.

      The Bennelong by-election was initiated after Liberal MP John Alexander resigned after he conceded it was likely he held dual British citizenship. It's a crucial battle that could see the.   Jason had read The Battle for Bennelong and recognised the similarities and differences between his and Maxine McKew’s candidacies. He had less time but, like Maxine in her successful bid to wrest the seat from John Howard, he could expect the help of a considerable support team.


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In The Battle for Bennelong, journalist Margot Saville hits the campaign trail with Maxine McKew, indulging in Maxine's obsession with dim sum, watching her draw yet another raffle and dance excitedly at the Granny Smith : Margot Saville.

In The Battle for Bennelong, Margot Saville hits the campaign trail with Maxine McKew, indulging Maxine's obsession with dim sum, watches her draw yet another raffle, and dance excitedly at the Granny Smith Festival.

In a tight contest against John Howard fought on issues such as the economy, WorkChoices and succession plans, did Maxine's dancing affect her primary vote.

In The Battle for Bennelong, Margot Saville hits the campaign trail with Maxine McKew, indulging Maxine's obsession with dim sum, watches her draw yet another raffle, and dance excitedly at the Granny Smith Festival. In The Battle for Bennelong, journalist Margot Saville hits the campaign trail with Maxine McKew, indulging in Maxine s obsession with dim sum, watching her draw yet another raffle and dance excitedly at the Granny Smith Festival.

Battle for Bennelong - A Song by Kevin McCarthy©Kevin McCarthy It was on a bleak November day John Howard came undone the day he took for granted the people of Bennelong consumed with pride and vanity convinced he had it won dismissed the polls and he backed himself in the Battle for Bennelong.

When Maxine McKew raised her hand to run in Bennelong. Green Left is a vital social-change project and aims to make all content available online, without paywalls. With no corporate sponsors or advertising, we rely on support and donations from readers like you.

For just $5 per month get the Green Left digital edition in your inbox each week. For $10 per month get the above and the print edition delivered to your door. Lately, in the vicinity of the town [Sydney], a battle took place, where about were engaged, I believe in consequence of the death of the celebrated Bennelong, who visited England some years ago, and was taken great notice of.

The spears flew very thick, and about thirty men were wounded. D-Day Saturday. Candidates Final Appeals BY THE WEEKLY TIMES ON-THE-SPOT TEAM Bennelong voters go to the polls this Saturday after five weeks of intensive campaigning by twelve candidates vying for the seat vacated by Liberals John Alexander OAM over his dual citizenship doubts.

Mr Alexander is recontesting the seat with his main opponent the former [ ]. Woollarawarre Bennelong (c. – 3 January ) (also: "Baneelon") was a senior man of the Eora, an Aboriginal Koori people of the Port Jackson area, at the time of the first British settlement in Australia, in Bennelong served as an interlocutor between the Eora and the British, both in Sydney and in the United : JanuaryKissing Point, New South Wales.

Bennelong was captured with Colebee in November as part of Governor Arthur Phillip’s plan to learn the language and customs of the local people in an attempt to aid relations between the two groups. Bennelong, like Arabanoo, soon adopted European dress.

New South Wales citizens go to the polls this Saturday to decide who rules the State for the next four years. Public opinion polls suggest the result is on a knife’s edge between Liberal reigning premier Gladys Berejiklian and Labor’s Michael Daley with some pundits claiming the possibility of a hung parliament Independents ruling the roost.

The battle for Bennelong: Valder-v-Howard. Skip to sections political differences to fight for our democracy and to return liberalism to its central place in it is the theme of my book, "Not. In The Battle for Bennelong, Margot Saville hits the campaign trail with Maxine McKew, indulging Maxine's obsession with dim sum, watches her draw yet another raffle, and dance excitedly at the Granny Smith Festival.

In a tight contes. The Battle for Bennelong: The Adventures of Maxine McKew, Aged 50 Something Saville, Margot Published by Melbourne University Press, Melbourne & Campbelltown (). Peter Gilmore. Peter is the Executive Chef of Bennelong and its sister restaurant Quay, both situated at the edge of Sydney Harbour.

Peter’s creative and original cuisine has seen both restaurants receive an unprecedented number of Australian and international awards. This was published 2 years ago.

The Battle for Bennelong 46 Images Liberal candidate for Bennelong, John Alexander, and Labor candidate for Bennelong, Kristina Keneally, were in Epping on Friday. The battle for Bennelong: the adventures of Maxine McKew, aged 50 something. [Margot Saville] -- "Follows Maxine McKew on the campaign trail."--Provided by publisher.

Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Kristina Keneally was showing the strain of the battle for Bennelong yesterday, labelling Malcolm Turnbull a “fool” who had “nothing to offer” and chiding a former ­media colleague who questioned Labor’s “Mediscare” attack.

Bennelong was a warrior of the Wanghal tribe of Aboriginal people who lived in the area around where Sydney stands today.

When Governor Phillip sailed the First Fleet into Sydney Harbour inBennelong's life was set to change forever. Bennelong learnt about British ways, and through him, Phillip learnt something of the Aboriginal ways.

But even though they were friends, the story of the. Books shelved as battle-of-the-bulge: The Longest Winter: The Battle of the Bulge and the Epic Story of World War II's Most Decorated Platoon by Alex Ker.

Liberal MP John Alexander says Mediscare Mk II will not work in the upcoming campaign for the marginal NSW seat of Bennelong as he prepares to fight Labors new star candidate Brian Owler.Maxine Margaret McKew (born 22 July ) is a former Australian politician and journalist; she was the Parliamentary Secretary for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government in the First Rudd Ministry and the First Gillard Ministry.

Between andshe was the member of the House of Representatives for the Division of Bennelong, New South tion: Academic. * Named Labor's candidate for the Bennelong by-election to be held in mid-December.

WHO IS JOHN ALEXANDER? * Born in Sydney in * A tennis champion with a career running from the late s to the mids Alexander claimed seven singles titles and 27 doubles titles.