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-KEVIN Rudd says he still believes Labor could secure victory at next weekend's election in a win mirroring that of the 1993 Paul Keating triumph.+====== List of Free Games ======
-Speaking to the Queensland Teachers' Union in Brisbane this morning the Prime Minister said not to write him off just yet.+Here is a list of all the free games that have been posted on OzBargain. I know that there are many "free" games out there (flash games, ads-supported games, etc), but please only list out those that have been posted on OzBargain and have received a good number of votes.
-UP-TO-THE-MINUTE COVERAGE FROM THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL TODAYCLICK HERE+  * [[http://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/6313|Command & Conquer: Red Alert]] ([[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Command_%26_Conquer:_Red_Alert|Wikipedia entry]], released in 1996, made free on 31/08/2008) 
 +  * [[http://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/4333|TrackMania Nations Forever]] ([[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trackmania#TrackMania_Nations|Wikipedia entry]], released in 2007)
-"We are behind but we are within reach," Mr Rudd told his supporters.+===== Other Lists =====
-"And I have been around long enough to know ... what 1993 was like.+  * [[http://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/2722|Best Freeware Games of 2007]]
-meets teachers 
-Beth, 9, finishes her breakfast as Prime Minister Kevin Rudd waits to address the teachers union and teachers at Milton in Brisbane this morning. 
-"(Opposition Leader) John Hewson thought he had it in the bag. But in the last couple of weeks the Australian people scratched their heads and said I don't think we can afford this bloke ... and that's where we are up to right now in this campaign." 
-Labor secured a slight bounce in the latest polling, but still trails well behind the Coalition. 
-Mr Rudd also used the speech to teachers to invoke fear over what Tony Abbott would cut if he was elected Prime Minister. 
-He said schools right across the country would be worse off under an Abbott government. 
-Mr Rudd also said the accused $70 billion worth of cuts the Coalition needed to make would result in at least 1 in 20 teachers being sacked. 
-"Let's look at just $20 billion of that $70 billion ... that equates to 1 in 20 teachers sacked," he said. 
-"There would probably be cuts to pay and conditions given what they've said on the fair work act." 
-Read more: http://www.news.com.au/national-news/federal-election/kevin-rudd-says-labor-can-win-2013-federal-election/story-fnho52ip-1226705501998#ixzz2dnHD8kHH 
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