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Company directors to be targeted at Labor national conference
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Company directors to be targeted at Labor national conference

Company directors would be liable for failing to uphold their corporate social responsibility under the proposal.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw

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New port of call for Labor staffer's partner
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New port of call for Labor staffer's partner

Why Labor, and particularly its outspoken roads and maritime spokeswoman Jodi McKay, were pursuing this issue with such vigour was a mystery.

  • by Kylar Loussikian & Samantha Hutchinson
Unresolved error sets up fiery showdown over new environment laws at Labor conference
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Unresolved error sets up fiery showdown over new environment laws at Labor conference

"It would be an interesting party that doesn’t respond to the position of 480 rank-and-file branches."

  • by Michael Koziol
Labor Left pushes to give thousands of rejected asylum seekers a second chance
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Labor Left pushes to give thousands of rejected asylum seekers a second chance

More than 6000 rejected asylum seekers could be given a second chance under a push by Labor's Left faction.

  • by Michael Koziol
Mirrabooka MP drops 'C-bomb' at parliament function, but have times changed?

Mirrabooka MP drops 'C-bomb' at parliament function, but have times changed?

Mirrabooka MP Janine Freeman has dropped the 'C-word' at a function held at Parliament House on Friday afternoon. But does it matter?

  • by Nathan Hondros
Why Labor frets about being the surest thing
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Opinion

Why Labor frets about being the surest thing

Many have written off the Coalition's election chances, but ALP insiders know they confront special challenges to win from opposition.

  • by Sean Kelly
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It’s time: why Labor must join the global push to outlaw nuclear weapons

It’s time: why Labor must join the global push to outlaw nuclear weapons

Australians overwhelmingly want to join a global treaty against nuclear arms. The ALP should answer their call.

  • by Robert Tickner
Weekend Washup: Desk bin ban upsets snotty-nosed political staffers
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Opinion

Weekend Washup: Desk bin ban upsets snotty-nosed political staffers

Why are four floors of the state's finest political advisers fuming over their desk bins? Find out in the Weekend Washup.

  • by Nathan Hondros
'I have serious doubts': Question mark lingers over $730m stadium deal
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'I have serious doubts': Question mark lingers over $730m stadium deal

The Berejiklian government says it has awarded a demolition and construction contract for the new stadium, but the size of the deal was questioned by Labor.

  • by Jacob Saulwick
Portrait of a dismal day in Parliament as trust in democracy melts
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Portrait of a dismal day in Parliament as trust in democracy melts

Scott Morrison needed something to spin as a win on the last day of Parliament in 2018, and he would do whatever it took, even if it showed he wasn't governing.

  • by Tony Wright
Ructions over Sydney seats crush Labor women's hopes
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Ructions over Sydney seats crush Labor women's hopes

NSW Labor rejects a bid by one of its executives to be parachuted into Luke Foley's seat and disendorses Emma Husar.

  • by Lisa Visentin