Australian Labor Party love

Australian Labor Party

Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the oldest political party in Australia, founded in 1891; the party is moderately liberal

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Examples

  • The Australian Labor Party is a world away from Blair's clear and assertive view of foreign policy.

    Speech: A Narrative of Success

  • Pressure mounted for a police inquiry into Australian Labor Party lawmaker Craig Thomson over allegations that he might have used a union credit card to pay for an escort service.

    What's News—

  • Pressure mounted for a police investigation into Australian Labor Party lawmaker Craig Thomson after the union he formerly oversaw referred to police allegations that he may have misused a union credit card to pay for an escort service, in a scandal that could weaken the already embattled government of Prime Minister Julia Gillard.

    Pressure Mounts in Australia for Lawmaker Inquiry

  • Pressure mounted for a police inquiry into Australian Labor Party lawmaker Craig Thomson over allegations that he may have used a union credit card to pay for an escort service.

    What's News—

  • Approval of the plan comes at a crucial point for Mr. Rudd, who leads the ruling Australian Labor Party and is just months away from an election.

    Australian States Agree to Health Plan

  • I congratulate Bob McMullan on his substantial contribution to the Parliament, the Australian Labor Party, and to public life.

    Retirement of Bob McMullan

  • I would also like to thank the hard working members of the Australian Labor Party who have supported me so ably over those years.

    Statement from Bob McMullan

  • "I have judged that it is in fact the ALP that best meets my criteria that the next government must be stable, must be competent and must be ethical," Wilkie told reporters, referring to the Australian Labor Party.

    Australian Key Lawmaker Backs Labor To Govern

  • When the leadership of the Australian Labor Party was up for grabs in 2007, Julia Gillard said that Australia was not ready for a female prime minister.

    Australia Finds Its Feminine Side

  • I think I knew that Peter Garrett was involved in the Australian Labor Party, but I had no idea he is a Minister in the Australian government.

    Peter Garrett

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