Former Speaker Peter Slipper is still refusing to say if he'll recontest his Sunshine Coast seat.
Sunshine Coast MP Peter Slipper has announced he will recontest the seat of Fisher.
Former Speaker Peter Slipper says he's trying to protect the environment by recyling old election signs in his campaign for re-election in Queensland.
Kim Stephens LNP candidate Mal Brough has emphatically denied he asked billionaire businessman Clive Palmer to fund a legal campaign that would destroy Peter Slipper’s reputation.
Todd Winther, Griffith University The Liberals will likely retain Fisher. However, all eyes will be on how Slipper accepts defeat and whether he will choose to go quietly or make one final ripple in the electorate he has been linked...
Amy Remeikis He stood and spoke on behalf of client Scott Driscoll as the former MP made a last ditch plea for mercy.
Steve Zemek Clive Palmer has extended an olive branch to Mal Brough by offering to drop the lawsuit against his fellow Sunshine Coast MP.
Six years ago the newest candidate to challenge Peter Slipper and Mal Brough for the seat of Fisher spent 50 days behind bars for driving the getaway car in an armed home invasion.
Clive Palmer says he will sue Rupert Murdoch over a report published by News Corp Australia.
Sunshine Coast MP Mal Brough says he will vigorously defend a defamation suit brought against him by mining magnate Clive Palmer.
Daniel Hurst Former Howard government minister Mal Brough will not face any charges over official misconduct allegations involving the Sunshine Coast Regional Council election.
Daniel Hurst An ideological warrior who rails against a “morbid, Green, anti-Western” school curriculum. A business advocate who claims to have influenced Tony Abbott's anti-carbon-tax campaign.
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Howard government minister Mal Brough has formally put his hand up to run for the Liberal National Party in Peter Slipper’s seat.
Bridie Jabour House of Representatives' Speaker Peter Slipper has written an open letter to his constituents, seeking to justify his defection from the LNP to take up the federal parliamentary role.
Kym Agius Queensland premier Anna Bligh says it is yet to be seen if the federal government made the right decision to elevate Peter Slipper to the Speaker of parliament.
Daniel Hurst Queensland's Liberal National Party has accused defector Peter Slipper of having planned to quit the party during the upcoming state election campaign to cause a major distraction.
Tony Moore Former prime minister Kevin Rudd "would have sealed the deal" with new Speaker of the Federal Parliament Peter Slipper, according to Queensland Liberal National Party president Bruce McIver.
Peter Slipper has been given a temporary reprieve by his party's Queensland executive, which has decided to delay a decision on the Sunshine Coast MP's fate.