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If the Liberals were serious about women, they could look to the UK
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If the Liberals were serious about women, they could look to the UK

Quotas are not the only way for women to get to the top of conservative politics.

  • by Latika Bourke

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'Only the beginning': waking up to the great lobster grab of 2019
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'Only the beginning': waking up to the great lobster grab of 2019

The Western Rock Lobster Council hadn’t willingly agreed to the Minister’s terms and conditions at all.

  • by Jane Marwick
The mistakes the Coalition can't afford in an election year
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The mistakes the Coalition can't afford in an election year

The government needs to get its priorities in order if it is to mount a strong challenge against Labor this year.

  • by Simon Cowan
How Labor and Telstra's NBN ambitions might merge
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How Labor and Telstra's NBN ambitions might merge

Labor wants a better national broadband network which needs to be more affordable if Labor's original vision is to be realised. Telstra could help.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz
Liberal donations from events triple Labor ahead of NSW election
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Liberal donations from events triple Labor ahead of NSW election

NSW Liberals have raised more than triple the amount NSW Labor has from hosting events over the past 18 months, with money flooding in from sports clubs and community groups.

  • by Nigel Gladstone
Albanese demands answers on Broad 'sugar daddy' scandal from 'dysfunctional' government
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Albanese demands answers on Broad 'sugar daddy' scandal from 'dysfunctional' government

Labor wants Scott Morrison to "clear this issue up once and for all" and explain who knew what about the Andrew Broad allegations, and when.

  • by Fergus Hunter
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Labor sets the right course on nuclear disarmament
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Labor sets the right course on nuclear disarmament

It is beyond time for Australia to quit our role as a nuclear enabler for the United States.

  • by Gem Romuld
'Tis the season for Coalition MPs to contemplate life after politics
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'Tis the season for Coalition MPs to contemplate life after politics

Like the Labor MPs who queued for the exit door in 2013, government politicians must confront the alternative - a long stint in opposition.

  • by Sean Kelly
Labor MP in more hot water over undeclared political association
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Labor MP in more hot water over undeclared political association

A political association run by embattled MP Pierre Yang was not registered with the electoral commission and did not disclose its finances under electoral law.

  • by Nathan Hondros
The hip joint: John Howard's knees-up has them talking
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The hip joint: John Howard's knees-up has them talking

It’s not a Liberal Party Christmas without the annual John Winston Howard office party, and this year it certainly did not disappoint.

  • by Kylar Loussikian & Samantha Hutchinson
Employers urge Shorten to abandon 'damaging' industry bargaining plan
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Employers urge Shorten to abandon 'damaging' industry bargaining plan

The head of peak employer organisation Australian Industry Group has written to Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, imploring him to resist union pressure on industry bargaining after revelations the party has privately committed to the policy.

  • by Dana McCauley