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About John Howard

John Howard is former Australian Prime Minister.

Personal Biography


Howard was in Cardiff to support Australia in first Ashes Test.

Assasination bid

In February 09, an investigation revealed that a Melbourne terror group discussed killing Howard.

Professional Biography

Ranking / Recognition / Awards / Nominations / Postive comments

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The Joint Commission Publishes Patient and Worker Safety Monograph
The Joint Commission today released a free monograph, "Improving Patient and Worker Safety: Opportunities for Synergy, Collaboration and Innovation," to draw attention to the need to create a culture that focuses on both the safety of patients and the health care workers who care for them.

The Road Warrior Returns in “Mad Max: Fury Road”, a Kennedy Miller Mitchell Production
Principal photography began 9 July on the dystopian action adventure “Mad Max: Fury Road”, a Kennedy Miller Mitchell production written and directed by “Mad Max” creator and Academy Award® winner George Miller (“Happy Feet”). The film will be presented by Warner Bros. Pictures in association with Village Roadshow Pictures

Oz politician Kristina Keneall fuming after being likened to Kim Kardashian
New South Wales' top politician, Kristina Keneally has been left "hurt and distressed" after she was compared to Kim Kardashian in a newspaper, her husband has revealed.

Former Oz PM Howard warns government not to get 'mesmerized' by China
Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard questioning the importance Australia gives China has warned that it should not get 'mesmerized' by the Asian nation.

Oz opposition leader Abbott to push for more overseas skilled workers
Australian Leader of Opposition party in Australia, Tony Abbott will use a speech in Melbourne on Friday to push for attracting more overseas skilled workers.

Australia should not wait for UK Queen to die to become a great country: Ex-PM
Former Prime Minister Paul Keating has said that Australia can never be a great country while a foreigner is head of state and the flag of another nation resides on the Australian flag.

Rudd not consulted over Gillard's decision to sell uranium to India
Melbourne, Nov 18 (ANI): Australian Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd has said that he was not consulted over Prime Minister Julia Gillard's decision to sell uranium to India. Melbourne, Nov 18 (ANI): Australian Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd has said that he was not consulted over Prime Minister Julia Gillard's decision to sell uranium to India.

Being in US hastened Howard's resolve to join Bush's war on terror
Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard has said that being in Washington at the time of September 11 terror attack may have led him to commit his unqualified support to US President in the war on terror more quickly than if he had been in Australia.

Flying shoes aimed at former Oz PM sold for over $3k at auction
A pair of shoes, which were thrown at former Australian Prime Minister John Howard, have reportedly been sold for over 3000 dollars at an auction.

Gillard calls Abbott "love child of Sarah Palin and Donald Trump"
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has said opposition leader Tony Abbott is acting like the 'love child' of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and American billionaire Donald Trump.

China laughs off Oz concerns over Beijing's rights issues
China has laughed off Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard's concerns about Beijing's human rights issues, and questioned Australia's own human rights performance, secret US diplomatic cables obtained by Wikileaks has suggested.

Multiculturalism has failed: Nicolas Sarkozy
French President Nicolas Sarkozy has said that multiculturalism had failed, echoing the growing concerns about the issue among a number of world leaders or ex-leaders, including British Prime Minister David Cameron.

ICC lacks independence, ability to elect healthy and pertinent spread of skills: Tim May
Chief Executive of the Federation of International Cricketers' Associations (FICA) Tim May has urged the International Cricket Council (ICC) to be true to its policies, adding that the ICC does not lead to optimal decision-making.

Cricket Australia has taken first step to fix mess: Roebuck
Australia has taken the first steps needed to repair its tattered cricketing reputation, feels cricket columnist Peter Roebuck.

Speed's Sticky Wicket most important cricket book published in past 10 years: Roebuck
Former International Cricket Council (ICC) and Cricket Australia (CA) Chief Executive Malcolm Speed's memoir of his time in cricket, 'Sticky Wicket', is an unbiased and relevant eye-opener about what went on behind the scenes in cricket in the past 10 years, noted cricket columnist Peter Roebuck has said.

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