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Costello welcomes renewed focus on foreign aid MP3

Kevin Rudd has appointed Melissa Parke as Australia's first Minister for International Development. The chief executive of World Vision Australia, Tim Costello, has welcomed the announcement but he says after the Gillard government twice pushed back the timeline to meet spending targets and dipped into foreign aid to pay for the management of asylum seekers, Ms Parke has a lot of work to do to restore Australia's tar... Source: abc.net.au

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