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Gillard

(ˈdʒɪlɑːd)
n
(Biography) Julia (Eileen). born 1961. Australian Labor politician, born in Wales: Deputy Prime Minister (2007–10); Prime Minister (2010-13)
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In the first week of January 2018, KEO International Consultants announced the appointment of Philip Gillard as vice president of design.
Julia Gillard - the Barry-born ex-Prime Minister of Australia - will receive the honour in a ceremony at Aberystwyth University next Tuesday, June 30.
BORN former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard will be given a fellowship by Aberystwyth University next week.
It is an account of what was hidden behind the resilience and dignified courage Gillard showed as prime minister, her view of the vicious hate campaigns directed against her, and a reflection on what it means--and what it takes--to be a woman leader in contemporary politics.
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard said that same-sex marriage would be inevitable in the country.
Dubai: There are 250 million children who attend school but are still unable to read and write, warned the former prime minister of Australia, Julia Gillard, during a visit to Dubai to focus on partnerships with UAE governments and organisations.
In her first interview since losing the leadership of the Australian Labor Party in September 2013, Julia Gillard appeared on stage at the Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera House before a sold-out audience and engaged in a candid conversation with editor and publisher Anne Summers.
The TV movie, due to be filmed next year, will be based on Canberra journalist Kerry-Anne Walsh's book, The Stalking of Julia Gillard, about the tug of war for prime ministership between Gillard and media-savvy political rival Kevin Rudd.
17 ( ANI ): Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard paid 4243 dollars to the Department of Finance over the illegal use of her taxpayer-funded car by her partner Tim Mathieson for selling shampoos and other haircare products.
Summary: Sydney: Australia's first female prime minister, Julia Gillard, quietly exited politics on Saturday, congratulating the .
He was sworn in Thursday and urged fellow lawmakers to be "a little kinder and gentler" toward each other following the internal coup that ousted Julia Gillard, the country's first woman prime minister.
AUSTRALIAN Prime Minister Julia Gillard was ousted yesterday - by the man she replaced three years ago.