MP3: Looking back on Julia Gillard's three years as Prime Minister

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Looking back on Julia Gillard\'s three years as Prime Minister MP3

Gillard made history when she became Australia's first prime minister three years ago. But her leadership was far from easy, with challenges of dealing with both a hung parliament and opposition from within her own party. Source: abc.net.au

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