Malcolm Fraser

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Fraser, Malcolm

(John Malcolm Fraser), 1930–2015, Australian political leader and prime minister (1975–83). A graduate of Oxford (1952), he entered the Australian parliament as a Liberal member in 1955. Under a Liberal–National Country coalition he held a number of cabinet positions, serving as minister of the army (1966–68), education and science (1968–69), and defense (1969–71). He became leader of the coalition in 1975 in oppostion, and prime minister after the Labor government of Gough WhitlamWhitlam, Gough
, 1916–2014, Australian political leader. Edward Gough Whitlam studied law and entered practice near Sydney after serving in World War II. A member of the Labour party, he was elected to Parliament in 1952 and rose in party circles.
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 was dismissed. Fraser's generally conservative policies included cutting government spending and taxes, discouraging higher wages, increasing defense spending, and promoting a stronger ANZUS alliance, but he also supported policies that aided indigenous Australians and immigrants. He was reelected in 1977 and 1980, retiring after the 1983 victory of the Labor party under Bob HawkeHawke, Bob
(Robert James Lee Hawke), 1929–2019, Australian statesman. A Rhodes scholar at Oxford, he gained a reputation as a skillful labor mediator during his tenure at the Australian Council of Trade Unions, of which he eventually became president (1969–80).
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Then on Sunday, Malcolm Frazer, the former Parks Arboricultural Officer, will take the group around the park, pointing out the trees of interest.
Malcolm Frazer Stewart, aged 35, of Holyhead Road, Coventry, using a vehicle without insurance or test certificate, fined pounds 300.
Sport.Cardiff Coach & Volunteer Awards 2010 Winners: Young People's Coach: Rebecca Daniels Adults Coach: Damian Jennings Young Coach/Leader: Lloyd Bowen Coach to Disabled People: Anthony Tullett Coach of the Year: Damian Jennings Club Volunteer: Malcolm Frazer Professional Contribution to the Community: Stevie Lyle Outstanding contribution to Sport: Alan Sheppard
CARDIFF Enjoy a guided walk around Cathays Cemetery led by Parks arboriculture officer Malcolm Frazer and the Friends of Cathays Cemetery.
That's why club secretary and coach Malcolm Frazer is asking for pounds 450 to buy footballs, training poles, training bibs, cones and a pump, which will be used solely by the players aged 11 years and under.
In a previous letter I have stated that Malcolm Frazer, the Parks Arboricutural Officer, said trees in the area are all in good condition.
BACK in March when the first attempt to devastate our beautiful Bute Park was in discussion, I was in communication via e-mail with Malcolm Frazer, arboricultural officer of the Cardiff parks department, asking why the 150-year-old beech tree was cut down without planning permission.
Malcolm Frazer is a man who certainly knows his wood from his trees.
And around 50 of the trees are 'champion trees' - the biggest and best of their kind in the UK - according to Cardiff council arboricultural officer Malcolm Frazer, who looks after the hundreds of trees across the city.
Malcolm Frazer, from Pentwyn, Cardiff, picked up the community sport award for his commitment to Pentwyn Dynamos Football team.