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James Massola is a political correspondent in the Canberra bureau. He has worked in the federal press gallery for six years, most recently as political correspondent for The Australian Financial Review.
James Massola, Political Correspondent Tax cuts funded by simpler tax returns could put more money back in the pockets of millions of Australians under a plan being closely considered by the Turnbull government.
James Massola, Political Correspondent Two resignations, one sacking, the GST off the table and a front bench reshuffle – it's been a difficult week for Malcolm Turnbull and his Coalition team.
James Massola, Political Correspondent Some surprise faces make their way into ministry positions.
James Massola Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has dramatically re-shaped his frontbench and put his government on an election footing, promoting three new faces to cabinet including another woman.
James Massola, Political Correspondent Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is expected to promote a swag of younger MPs and increase the number of women in the executive.
New Nationals leader to be chosen on Thursday, as Malcolm Turnbull prepares his frontbench reshuffle
James Massola, Political Correspondent Barnaby Joyce is favourite to be chosen as Nationals leader and deputy prime minister by the end of Thursday, after a dramatic escalation of current leader Warren Truss' exit timetable.
Mark Kenny, James Massola Deputy Prime Minister and Nationals leader Warren Truss will announce his retirement on Thursday, with Trade Minister Andrew Robb set to follow.
James Massola, Mark Kenny Liberal MP Dan Tehan has called for major changes to the tax system that would slash income tax for millions Australians and create a simpler, flatter tax system.
James Massola She's the gun-toting, gay marriage-opposing Victorian Nationals senator who wants two ABC board members to be based in the regions.
James Massola Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi says he is prepared to cross the floor to oppose a rise in the GST if Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Treasurer Scott Morrison push ahead with the tax change.
Mark Kenny, James Massola Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Treasurer Scott Morrison are facing a backbench revolt over a possible hike in the GST to 15 per cent, with opposition in government ranks hardening against a move...
James Massola, Mark Kenny Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Treasurer Scott Morrison are facing a backbench revolt over a possible hike in the GST to 15 per cent, with opposition in government ranks hardening against a move...
James Massola Nationals Leader Warren Truss has told colleagues that he will make an announcement about his future by the end of the March parliamentary sitting period.
James Massola Scott Morrison's tax reform unit is reaching out to the Liberal backbench and will hold a series of meetings with at least a dozen MPs in the coming week as the governments works on a range of tax...
James Massola PM has told colleagues to expect to be campaigning in the next federal election within six months.
James Massola, Political Correspondent Election campaign planning is in full swing in the Liberal and Labor parties, even though it is increasingly likely a poll will not be held until the second half of the year.
Heath Aston, Adam Gartrell, James Massola The Free Enterprise Foundation, the Liberal Party fundraising body accused by the Independent Commission Against Corruption of washing illegal property developer donations for the party's NSW...
Adam Gartrell, Heath Aston and James Massola Political donations to the two major parties slumped in 2014-15, with the Liberal Party recording a $50 million drop on the previous year.
James Massola, Political Correspondent A business lobbyist and advocate for cutting penalty rates has been appointed Australia's first small business and family enterprise ombudsman.
James Massola, Political Correspondent Labor leader Bill Shorten has unveiled a suite of new policy measures designed to protect Australian workers from being ripped off by dodgy bosses.