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Rudd rewards supporters in new cabinet, as Crean quits MP3

Kevin Rudd has announced a new look ministry, with six women appointed to the cabinet. The Prime Minister says it's a record that so many women will serve in Cabinet, he says they were appointed to their new portfolios based on merit, not on gender. But the Prime Minister has lost an old-hand - Simon Crean has announced he's retiring at this election bringing an end to his 23 years in federal politics. Source: abc.net.au

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