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John Howard

John Howard is a former Australian prime minister and Liberal party leader. Port Arthur massacre 25th anniversary: John Howard warns against any erosion in gun laws. ‘I thought if I couldn’t do something I wasn’t up to the job,’ former PM says of firearm control reforms he led. For years...
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John Howard “Jergie” Jorgenson

L’ANSE, MI – John Howard “Jergie” Jorgenson, age 85, of L’Anse, MI, passed away Saturday, June 12, 2021, at Baraga County Memorial Hospital, L’Anse. John’s complete obituary may be viewed and condolences sent to the family at www.reidfuneralservicechapel.com. The Reid Funeral Service and Chapel, L’Anse, has been entrusted with the...
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John Howard

John Thomas Howard, age 51, passed away on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 at the Johnson City Medical Center. John was born on June 7, 1969 to the late Ottis Glenn Howard and Betty Sue Howard. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, James Fredrick Howard. John Thomas “Chorter” Howard, known as “Pooch” by his sisters, was a very kind man who had a big heart who would give anyone the shirt off his back. He enjoyed fishing, watching westerns and music. He will be remembered as a man who never judged others and was humble enough to admit to his faults. He loved his family and friends dearly.
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25 YEARS ON | John Howard reflects on Port Arthur massacre

Former prime minister John Howard has reflected on the historic decision to overhaul Australia’s gun laws, 25 years on from the Port Arthur massacre. 35 people were killed when a gunman opened fire in Port Arthur in 1996. Former prime minister John Howard told Ben Fordham he knew he had...
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John Howard: Help in learning about climate crisis

I have been watching the COVID crisis to see how we might do in the climate crisis. I will leave it up to you to decide. There are interesting parallels. Both are something that the world needs to approach as a unified intelligent body. The difference is that the climate change crisis is larger and more profound in its effect on our lives. Both require major changes in our lives. With both if we do not adapt we will be in trouble.
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John Howard: Workplaces in The Future Could Look Very Different

Cambridge, MA (WorkersCompensation.com) – Workplaces post-COVID-19 could look very different, according to John Howard, director of the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Howard was the concluding speaker at the Workers Compensation Research Institute’s virtual Annual Issues and Research Conference Wednesday. Post-COVID workplaces will need to accommodate the same guidelines needed during COVID, he said, primarily hand-washing, masking and social ...
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John Howard backs Prime Minister’s handling of Christian Porter allegation

Former Prime Minister John Howard has defended the Morrison government’s handling of a rape allegation against Attorney-General Christian Porter. Australia’s second longest-serving leader is this week celebrating the 25th anniversary of his prime ministership, and told Ben Fordham current PM Scott Morrison is among the best leaders in the country.
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John Howard calls for religious schools to have anti-discrimination exemption

The former Australian prime minister John Howard has reignited the religious freedom debate, arguing schools should be able to hire teachers based on whether they accept the beliefs the school is based on in the same way political parties favour staff who believe in a party’s ideals. In a presentation...
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NIOSH Director Dr. John Howard to Discuss Future of Work, COVID-19, and Worker Safety at WCRI Conference

Cambridge, MA (WorkersCompensation.com) - The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Director John Howard will deliver a keynote on the future of work, COVID-19, and worker safety at the end of the second day of the Workers Compensation Research Institute's (WCRI) 37th Annual Issues & Research Conference, held virtually March 23 and 24, 2021.
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Florida Bishop John Howard announces retirement plans

[Episcopal News Service] Florida Bishop John Howard has announced plans to retire in fall 2023 and has called for the election of a bishop coadjutor. Howard made the announcement Jan. 30 during Florida’s Diocesan Convention. He has led the Jacksonville-based diocese since 2004 and will reach the church’s mandatory retirement age of 72 in 2023.
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Australia's first convicted terrorist who plotted to blow up the MCG on AFL Grand Final Day and wanted to assassinate then-PM John Howard will remain in jail despite serving his 12-year sentence

Australia's first convicted terrorist leader will remain behind bars despite finishing his sentence, with fears he might reoffend if let back onto the streets. Abdul Nacer Benbrika, 60, and 15 other men were charged in 2005 for plotting to blow up the MCG on AFL Grand Final day. Benbrika also...
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Labor’s Joel Fitzgibbon takes inspiration from John Howard

Labor backbencher Joel Fitzgibbon had ruffled some feathers when he brought a copy of John Howard’s political autobiography, Lazarus Rising, into parliament. Energy Minister Angus Taylor has joined in on speculation behind the particular reading choice. “Could Joel be Lazarus?” He asked Deborah Knight, “Or indeed could Bill Shorten be...
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Morning mail: John Howard pans Trump, Christmas warning, drought unbroken

Good morning, this is Richard Parkin bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Thursday 17 December. John Howard has savaged Donald Trump’s failure to handle the coronavirus pandemic, saying his inability to manage the crisis even “half-decently” cost the Republicans the US election. Speaking during a question and answer session in Canberra, the former PM pulled no punches, saying: “Every time [Trump] had a news conference he was penning a political suicide note.” The 81-year-old contrasted Trump’s approach with that taken by Australian leaders, with a social attitudes survey confirming the high approval ratings of leaders such as Scott Morrison, Mark McGowan and Annastacia Palaszczuk owing to their perceived management of the Covid-19 threat.