Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s second win over rivals for her job in a year gave her minority government space to assemble a budget as it struggles to revive public support ahead of a national election.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s re-election as leader of the ruling Labor party may defuse public unease over how she came to power, giving greater scope to build voter support ahead of elections due next year.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard and predecessor Kevin Rudd face off in a leadership contest today, with the victor needing to revive the Labor party’s lagging ratings before elections due in 2013.
Senior Australian government ministers are rallying around Prime Minister Julia Gillard amid media reports she may face a challenge from predecessor Kevin Rudd as her popularity in opinion polls falls.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has the backing of her Labor Party caucus, said Treasurer Wayne Swan, responding to speculation that Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd will make a leadership challenge.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard defeated predecessor Kevin Rudd in a leadership ballot, leaving her to unite the ruling Labor party and revive its lagging poll ratings before elections due in 2013.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has the backing of Labor Party lawmakers, according to Treasurer Wayne Swan, amid speculation that Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd is considering a leadership challenge.
Toyota Motor Corp.’s Australian division, the country’s largest car exporter, will cut more than a 10th of the employees at its assembly plant following a 21 percent decline in annual production in 2011.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard said she “never had the slightest doubt” she’ll lead her Labor government into the next scheduled election in 2013 as speculation continues about a challenge to her leadership.