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03.06.2012

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Govt rubbishes Abbott\'s council tip carbon tax claim MP3

Tony Abbott's taken his anti-carbon tax campaign to a Gold Coast tip, claiming the the local council will be slugged $4.3 million per year. But the Government says that's "rubbish", saying the extra cost of just 29 cents a week will be more than covered by compensation. There's more despair in Labor's ranks with the lastest Nielsen Poll. Source: abc.net.au

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