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ABC News Jun 13
A video of speaking about with his granddaughter, Sophie Taylor-Price when she was 4 years old.
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Fr Rod Bower Jun 14
So convinced the world not to mine the Antarctic and this current mob of spinless political incumbents can't even convince Queensland to
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Hugh Riminton Jun 14
What was striking about the memorial was how much of it - from Keating, Kelty, Garnaut, Beazley - even Morrison and Hawke’s splendid grand-daughter - was about Policy. It was almost as if bold, future-directed policy was the purpose of politics.
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ABC News Jun 13
"He believed he would live in the hearts or at least the minds of those who knew him. Then when we all pass, in the history books and stories of future generations, there he will reside while ever his nation abides," Kim Beazley's full speech
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Jaclin Jun 13
Quietly wondering how many on the conservative side of politics will have an epiphany watching memorial and reconsider their values in the realisation that Australias greatest PM was a democratic socialist?
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ABC News Jun 13
"I grew up in the shadow of a giant. All the reflections shared today reinforce that his greatness was one of a kind," Sophie Taylor-Price on her grandfather
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ABC News Jun 13
"He was ambitious though not just for himself, he was ambitious for our nation. Bob was Labor to the core of his being, but his heart was too big to be contained by party lines," Labor leader 's full speech
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Au Purrr , The ResistaCat Jun 13
BREAKING Has Done More Than Any Other Australan Prime Minister To Unite Australians , Stamp Out Racism And Inequality , Modernise Australia , End Sexual Discrimination , All Other Prime Minister Pail Into Insignificance
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💧nick168 Jun 13
Sad obligation at memorial today is that the is obliged to speak. Chalk and cheese - every positive quality Bob Hawke possessed lacks.
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Hugh Riminton Jun 14
Here is Tong Wang, who flew up from Melbourne for the memorial. He was one of the 40,000 Chinese students allowed to stay here after the 1989 . Hawke, says Tong, “will live on in all our hearts.”
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Victoria Quested Jun 13
"He would say that the foundations of excuses we cling to are fragile and will inevitably collapse. We must stop delaying the cost of change now for all we do is load our future citizens with a debt that they cannot repay." 's granddaughter on climate change.
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ABC News Jun 13
"He would open Australia to the rest of the world and he would do something for women and make her place better in this country," Bill Kelty's full speech at 's memorial service.
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ABC News Jun 13
"At the core of it, Bob and I shared one primary idea, that Australia's creativity had been locked down by a stultifyingly paternal policy regime," Former Prime Minister Paul Keating speaking at 's memorial
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ABC News Jun 13
.: If ever there was a man who could appeal to our better angels, it was Bob. Do you know why I have credibility he once asked? "Because I don't exude morality".
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ABC News Jun 13
"What matters is the value of the legacy, its quality and its endurance. On both counts, Bob Hawke well earned five-star rank and 24 carat stars at that," Former Prime Minister Paul Keating full speech
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Hugh Riminton Jun 13
The people who’ve arrived for the state service include almost every senior political figure of the last 30 years, workers in their union tops, ex-Chinese students given safety here.. an amazing array.
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Alice Lam Jun 10
Lovely to see flowers and a bottle of VB at the foot of Bob Hawke's bronze bust.
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Damien Reardon Jun 13
’s granddaughter speaking at his memorial: “Thirty years ago I sat by his knee and he implored us to take action on climate. These past months he expressed such great sadness that we have failed to do so. He saw it as a collective failure of our nation that we’ve ...
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ABC News Jun 13
“It’s a day of joy, it’s a day of celebration and we’ve got a lot to celebrate. Saying farewell to Bob here at Australia’s most iconic building is a tribute to him because he will be known as one of Australia’s most iconic people,” on
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ABC News Jun 13
"Bob didn't take a step back. He didn't take two steps back, but he took two steps forward. It wasn't for a cheap political ploy, it wasn't for a political gain... it was to put the knife into policy that would stain this country. The White Australia Policy," Bill Kelty
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