John Howard

 
Why Australia is 'saving' SA's white farmers
Why Australia is 'saving' SA's white farmers
There are probably many in South Africa who are wondering why it is that the Australian immigration minister Peter Dutton has rushed to the aid of...
Shoe-thrower targets former Australian PM Howard
Shoe-thrower targets former Australian PM Howard
An anti-Iraq War activist dramatically hurled shoes at former Australian prime minister John Howard on live national TV on Monday, mimicking the...
India back Alan Isaac for top ICC post
India back Alan Isaac for top ICC post
India's cricket chiefs on Saturday endorsed New Zealand's Alan Isaac as the next vice-president of the world governing body after former Australian...
Howard defiant over ICC snub
Howard defiant over ICC snub
Former Australia Prime Minister John Howard will not step aside as the nominee for the International Cricket Council's vice-presidency despite...
Murali: Howard has to win over ICC's Asian nations
Murali: Howard has to win over ICC's Asian nations
Sri Lankan spinning great Muttiah Muralitharan said on Wednesday that former Australian prime minister John Howard faced a challenge winning over...
Ex-Aussie PM Howard nominated to lead ICC
Ex-Aussie PM Howard nominated to lead ICC
Former Australian prime minister John Howard, a cricket lover seen at Test matches around the world, was on Tuesday named as a candidate to lead...
Former Australian PM Howard linked to ICC top job
Former Australian PM Howard linked to ICC top job
Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard is in the running to take charge of international cricket, reports said on Friday.
Shoe thrown at former Aussie PM in Cambridge debate
Shoe thrown at former Aussie PM in Cambridge debate
An angry man threw a boot at former Australian prime minister John Howard during a debate at Britain's Cambridge University, the quick-thinking...
Aussie leader is battling the bulge
Aussie leader is battling the bulge
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd revealed on Wednesday that he is battling the bulge, while his deputy, Julia Gillard, was stunned to be voted...
Australian troops 'scorned' for low-risk missions
Australian troops 'scorned' for low-risk missions
Australian infantry soldiers are ashamed of their low-risk missions in Iraq and Afghanistan and are scorned by troops of other nations, two...
Australia apologises for mistreating Aborigines
Australia apologises for mistreating Aborigines
Australia apologised on Wednesday for the historic mistreatment of Aborigines, moving many Aborigines to tears and prompting cheers from huge...
Tears, dances as Aborigines make history
Tears, dances as Aborigines make history
Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by...

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