John Coulter
John Coulter
Dr John Richard Coulter is an Australian medical researcher and former politician. He was the fourth elected parliamentary Senate leader of the Australian Democrats, serving from 2 October 1991 to 29 April 1993.
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The Bottom Line: 'The Harder They Come' By T.C. Boyle
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
The Harder They Come by T.C. Boyle Ecco, $27.99 Published March 31, 2015 The Bottom Line is a weekly review combining plot description and analysis with fun tidbits about the book. What we think: The Harder They Come opens with an act of violence. Sten Stenson, a 70-year-old veteran and retired school principal, has reluctantly joined his wife, Carolee, on a nature walk in Costa Rica during a cruise to Central America. Their isolated tour group is set upon by armed hooligans staging a robbery of the wealthy American travelers, and Sten instinctually attacks the gun-toting leader, killing him. Sten wrestles with guilt and shame over the outcome of his protective actions -- the young man who died was someone’s son, someone’s loved one -- but the local authorities don’t make much trouble for him. The dead criminal had a long rap sheet and was in the process of committing a crime; they don’t bother to detain his killer long or charge him with a crime for the homicide ...
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Saturday's letters: GOP obstruction
Blue Ridge Now - over 4 years
To the editor: During the Republican Convention, we heard speaker after speaker criticizing what they called President Barack Obama’s failed economic policy. The fact is that Obama’s economic policy was not allowed to go into effect. After President Obama’s election, Sen. Mitch McConnell declared that priority one for the Republicans was the defeat of Obama. President Obama’s top priority was economic recovery. By putting their political ambitions ahead of the needs of the American people, the Republicans blocked almost every jobs bill President Obama and the Democrats put forward. The hypocrisy of criticizing President Obama’s policies that the Republicans consistently and successfully blocked should not be rewarded by electing the Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan ticket that wants to restore the failed policies of President George W. Bush. Those were the very policies that got us into this mess in the first place. Duane Johnson Hendersonville To the editor: Are you having trouble settlin ...
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Area golf - Kansas City Star
Google News - over 5 years
Flight 2: Dan Wilder, Burt Brown, John Coulter, Milton Stevenson, 45.75. Flight 3: Harry McDonald, Bill Coldiron, Mark Babich, Jack Fisher, 41.75. Flight 4: Tom Audley, Howard Snyder, Bill Koski, 39.75. Flight 1: Don Freely, Jerry Perkins, Larry Engle,
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Slim Chance: Fix My Family - Preview - Insideireland.ie
Google News - over 5 years
Amanda will be working alongside Psychologist Dr Raman Kapur, fitness expert John Coulter and GP Dr Andrew who will all be helping the families to achieve their realistic goals. From facing foods they'd never seen before, to being given the challenge
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Update: Names Released in Triple Fatality Collision with Train - WBKO
Google News - over 5 years
The driver, Jeffery L. Cockrill, 42, of Fountian Run, and two of his passengers, Stephanie Cockrill, 34, of Fountain Run, and Samantha Coulter, 28, of Adolphus were killed. Alexander also says there was one survivor, John Coulter, 31, of Adolphus,
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Falls soccer sensing a breakthrough - Niagara Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
After a middle-of-the-pack finish for the Falcons last season, coach John Coulter hopes a strong upper class means big wins and another run in the Section VI playoffs. Leading scorer Jeff Calkins returns for his senior year up top, and a midfield
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Exercise for body and spirit - Winston-Salem Journal
Google News - over 5 years
John Coulter would like to make one thing clear about the new Livestrong exercise program for cancer survivors at the YMCA. Although it's true that it is a program of Livestrong, the foundation that Lance Armstrong founded to improve the lives of
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Where was I on Aug. 4? A cryptic diary offers clues - London Free Press (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
John Coulter's Riel must have been the last play on the Summer Theatre 66 bill. It seemed v. long at the Althouse stage . . . the trial scene must have been epic. Thanks to 20 Cents Magazine, JBNBlog now knows the 1966, all-Canadian a year before
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Who will revive the play that kicked off alt-theatre here? - London Free Press
Google News - over 5 years
Down Wellington looks to have been staged at the Althouse theatre from July 19-22, 1966 as part of an all-Canadian summer theatre season including John Coulter's Riel. Down Wellington's title played on the sights and sounds greeting someone travelling
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Cycling to the top - The Young Witness
Google News - over 5 years
Gerard Hines, Charlie Baldry, James Baldry, Ken Clark, Steve Hines, Mark Bolger, Jamie Watson, John Hayes, Peter Kirkwood, John Coulter, Lefty Goodman, Shaun Williams, Chris Duff and Tim Dowling will fly in to Toulouse on July 15 and will finish their
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Dixons numbers man pulls plug - Financial Times
Google News - almost 6 years
But apart from appearing on media rich lists, 57-year-old Ann Jones and her 59-year-old brother John Coulter – behind the Cheshire-based jewellery chain – have kept a very low profile indeed. Taking his first board seat since leaving Betfair,
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J.P. Morgan exec: Rand is stable - MarketWatch
Google News - almost 6 years
JOHANNESBURG (MarketWatch) -- South Africa's currency is stable and doesn't represent a threat to investment in Africa's largest economy, JP Morgan's chief executive of the sub-Saharan Africa unit John Coulter said
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RMS Segwun celebrates 30th anniversary - CottageCountryNow.ca
Google News - almost 6 years
“They took a lot of risk and held onto a dream that others didn't believe in,” John Coulter said of the group that pushed for the restoration. Coulter, a marine engineer, served as director of restoration on the project and was an instrumental voice in
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Trading Technology Companies Focus On Brazilian Expansion - Wall Street Letter
Google News - almost 6 years
The country has also attracted interest due to regulatory changes that encourage strategies such as high frequency trading. Titan Trading Analytics and OneMarketData are among trading technology companies looking at a Brazilian expansion. John Coulter
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Warren James' Pinewood ambitions set to stymie Peel takeover bid? - How Do
Google News - almost 6 years
A new chapter in the takeover saga is apparently now underway, with the Stockport-based jeweller, owned by brother and sister Ann Jones and John Coulter, making a move to acquire 4m shares yesterday. The motivation behind the move remains unclear
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of John Coulter
    THIRTIES
  • 2001
    However, a week before the November 2001 federal election, Coulter resigned from the party because he believed Stott Despoja had reduced internal party democracy.
    More Details Hide Details He said she had taken the party further away from the grassroots, that it had become pragmatic, and that he could not recommend that people vote for the party.
    He believed Stott Despoja would make a better leader, and was working towards that goal, which she in fact attained in April 2001.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1999
    In 1999, he was publicly critical of Meg Lees's leadership of the Democrats, especially of her handling of the Goods and Services Tax legislation.
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  • 1991
    He was the fourth elected parliamentary Senate leader of the Australian Democrats, serving from 2 October 1991 to 29 April 1993.
    More Details Hide Details His understanding of conservation and environment principles was exceptional for the time, though his concern about Australian immigration and population growth occasionally brought him into conflict with the party's non-discriminatory humanitarian and human-rights platforms. Coulter was born in Perth, Western Australia. He gained a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery degree at the University of Adelaide. He became a medical practitioner and researcher, and was also a university lecturer.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1987
    He first took office in the Senate in 1987, representing South Australia, and resigned from the Senate on 20 November 1995, due to ill health.
    More Details Hide Details Natasha Stott Despoja was appointed as his replacement three days later, having earlier been employed by him as a researcher.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1980
    In 1980 he joined the Democrats.
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  • 1973
    He was a member of Campbelltown Council in Adelaide during 1973-74.
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  • OTHER
  • 1930
    Born on December 3, 1930.
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