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Max is a journalist at The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.

'At least $50 million': Clive Palmer to spend more than Liberals and Labor in huge election binge
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'At least $50 million': Clive Palmer to spend more than Liberals and Labor in huge election binge

Cash splash could outstrip spending by the major parties but potentially fail to secure a single seat for his fledgling party.

  • by Max Koslowski

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Cathy McGowan asks constituents to help her decide whether to vote for refugee bill

Cathy McGowan asks constituents to help her decide whether to vote for refugee bill

The government will avoid a humiliating defeat if Cathy McGowan voted against the bill.

  • by Max Koslowski
'It will remain on the 26th': Bill Shorten rules out changing Australia Day date

'It will remain on the 26th': Bill Shorten rules out changing Australia Day date

Meanwhile, Greens MPs are threatening to bypass a government ruling that citizenship ceremonies be held on January 26, by running their own ceremonies outside the public holiday.

  • by Max Koslowski
'I don't vote until I vote': Key crossbencher could spare Scott Morrison a historic vote loss
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'I don't vote until I vote': Key crossbencher could spare Scott Morrison a historic vote loss

Cathy McGowan is unsure whether to back a bill to fast-track medical treatment for refugees on Manus Island and Nauru. 

  • by Max Koslowski & Bevan Shields
Barnaby Joyce - and Cathy McGowan - want Bridget McKenzie to run in Indi

Barnaby Joyce - and Cathy McGowan - want Bridget McKenzie to run in Indi

The unlikely duo agree that the deputy leader of the Nationals should run for the lower house seat Indi - although they have different motives behind their suggestions.

  • by Max Koslowski
Cathy McGowan, trailblazing independent MP, to quit politics at the election

Cathy McGowan, trailblazing independent MP, to quit politics at the election

Independent candidate Helen Haines, backed by the independent grassroots movement Voices for Indi, will run in her place.

  • by Max Koslowski
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How Australia's far-right were divided and conquered - by themselves

How Australia's far-right were divided and conquered - by themselves

The far-right has cycled through many enemies over the years but their biggest threat comes from division and hatred within.

  • by Max Koslowski
Fraser Anning's new party name to face challenge from the Nationals

Fraser Anning's new party name to face challenge from the Nationals

There are concerns the party's name, the Conservative Nationals, is too similar to the Nationals.

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'He invited himself': Fraser Anning twice billed taxpayers more than $5500 for overnight trips

'He invited himself': Fraser Anning twice billed taxpayers more than $5500 for overnight trips

The Queensland senator flew business class to Perth to meet farmers, and travelled to Melbourne for "electorate duties".

  • by Michael Koziol & Max Koslowski
Fraser Anning billed taxpayers thousands to attend two more far-right events

Fraser Anning billed taxpayers thousands to attend two more far-right events

Scott Morrison has attacked the Queensland senator for associating with "extreme and offensive racist views".

  • by Max Koslowski & Michael Koziol
Support grows for royal commission into disability sector following abuse reports

Support grows for royal commission into disability sector following abuse reports

The Greens, Labor and some crossbenchers have signed onto the idea of a royal commission into the disability sector.

  • by Max Koslowski