The Prime Minister of Australia Kevin Rudd announces that current Governor of Queensland Quentin Bryce will become Australia's next Governor-General. Ms Bryce will be the first woman appointed to the role.
Legal advice clears Governor-General of Australia Mrs. Quentin Bryce to make a decision on who will be the next Prime Minister of Australia despite family ties to Australian Labor Party powerbroker Bill Shorten. 2010-08-27 (Context: Australia, Governor-General of Australia, Prime Minister, Quentin Bryce)
Kevin Rudd is sworn in as the 26th Prime Minister of Australia by Governor-General Maj. Gen. Michael Jeffery. 2007-12-3 (Context: Australia, Governor-General of Australia, Kevin Rudd, Prime Minister)
Newly released cables from the United States indicate former Prime Minister of Australia Kevin Rudd suggested the use of force against China if it could not be "successfully integrated" into the international community. The Australian government refuses to respond to the release. 2010-12-6 (Context: Australia, Kevin Rudd, Prime Minister)
Chinese Vice-President Xi Jinping meets with Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd on an official trip to Canberra. The two countries sign agreements valued at over A$10 billion. 2010-06-21 (Context: Australia, Kevin Rudd, Prime Minister)
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd appoints the country's first population minister, Tony Burke, as part of a strategy for managing population growth. 2010-04-3 (Context: Australia, Kevin Rudd, Prime Minister)