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

One Nation refers Al Jazeera to police over secret gun lobby recordings

One Nation refers Al Jazeera to police over secret gun lobby recordings

Queensland One Nation leader Steve Dickson, discussing how it could use money given to the party by a US pro-gun lobby group, said: "you'd have the whole government by the balls."

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I asked John Safran about Christchurch. So he talked about PewDiePie

I asked John Safran about Christchurch. So he talked about PewDiePie

Two globalist Jews, having finished their lattes, are walking from the cafe to the Canberra Theatre when one says to the other: I think Christchurch could happen again.

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Australia's far-right moves to shadowy messaging service amid crackdown on digital giants

Australia's far-right moves to shadowy messaging service amid crackdown on digital giants

Movement to Gab raises questions about whether the government clampdown on major tech giants goes far enough.

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Anzac Day plans proceed in Turkey despite 'coffins' warning for Australians

Anzac Day plans proceed in Turkey despite 'coffins' warning for Australians

The Morrison government is forging ahead with plans to commemorate Anzac Day at Gallipoli next month .

  • by David Crowe and Max Koslowski
Anzac travel under review as Scott Morrison slams 'insult' by Turkish President Recep Erdogan

Anzac travel under review as Scott Morrison slams 'insult' by Turkish President Recep Erdogan

The Prime Minister has responded angrily to comments overnight by the Turkish President.

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'Ugly and disgusting lie': PM attacks eight-year-old report about Muslim immigration

'Ugly and disgusting lie': PM attacks eight-year-old report about Muslim immigration

The 2011 story has been widely shared after TV host Waleed Aly alluded to it after the massacre at two mosques in New Zealand. 

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Australia's right-wing extremist problem: Are we doing enough?

Australia's right-wing extremist problem: Are we doing enough?

Extremism experts and police insiders say far-right radicals pose a growing threat of violence in Australia and will become a greater focus of authorities in the wake of the Christchurch massacre.

  • by David Wroe and Max Koslowski
Meet Gerard Benedet, the man who could save conservatives - or take them down with him

Meet Gerard Benedet, the man who could save conservatives - or take them down with him

As an 18-year-old, he volunteered on Tony Abbott's third re-election campaign - now, after a steep rise through the political ranks, Gerard Benedet's organisation could save Abbott's political career.

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Advance Australia, the conservative GetUp!, comes to Tony Abbott's rescue
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Advance Australia, the conservative GetUp!, comes to Tony Abbott's rescue

"The pace of change in Australia is not being supported by the mainstream voter," the group's founder, Gerard Benedet, says.

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Morrison suggests disability inquiry could be as big as $373 million child sex abuse royal commission

Morrison suggests disability inquiry could be as big as $373 million child sex abuse royal commission

The National Disability Insurance Scheme is likely to be scrutinised by a sweeping royal commission.

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'A battery with no plug': Labor backs Snowy 2.0, but calls for more renewable firepower

'A battery with no plug': Labor backs Snowy 2.0, but calls for more renewable firepower

Bill Shorten says more renewable generation is needed to make full use of the hydro-electric project.

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