Dr. Jim Cairns, Treasurer and Deputy Prime Minister in the Whitlam Government, has died, aged 89, at his home in Melbourne.
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Text and audio of Prime Minister Gough Whitlam's press conference on June 10, 1975, following the previous week's ministerial reshuffle.
In June 1975, Whitlam conducted a reshuffle of his ministry. Whitlam and Barnard were about to precipitate the disastrous Bass by-election. And Alan Ramsey reported that Bob Hawke's position as ALP President might be in jeopardy. Page 2 of Melbourne's Sunday Press.
The front page report in The Australian of Gough Whitlam's election as leader of the ALP in February 1967.