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Shooters expel former MP from party
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Shooters expel former MP from party

The party claims the MP released information about deals with 'preference whisperer' Glenn Druery.

  • by Royce Millar and Ben Schneiders

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Unions, gaming industry and wealthy business owners top annual list of political party donors
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Unions, gaming industry and wealthy business owners top annual list of political party donors

The Nationals accepted $56,500 from cigarette giant Philip Morris, which also gave $40,000 to David Leyonhjelm's Liberal Democrats.

  • by Michael Koziol
Davos, global disruption, inequality and the Australia election
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Davos, global disruption, inequality and the Australia election

The grim mood at the World Economic Forum this week may suit the Labor Party in the coming election.

  • by Nick O'Malley
Democratic Disconnections between big ideas and election politics
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Democratic Disconnections between big ideas and election politics

The Nationals and the Liberals must go way beyond piecemeal responses. It is not enough just to push for women to replace Andrew Broad and Kelly O’Dwyer.

  • by John Warhurst
Cathy McGowan, trailblazing independent MP, to quit politics at the election
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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
Why Labor and Liberal both claim to be 'progressive' parties
ALP

Why Labor and Liberal both claim to be 'progressive' parties

The term “progressive” is as much a shifting political label as a fixed reality, say experts.

  • by Andrew Taylor
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Minors the likely losers as Senate prepares to resume normal service
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Minors the likely losers as Senate prepares to resume normal service

Once the dust settles, both the Coalition and Labor could be up to three seats better off.

  • by Shane Wright
Queensland LNP candidate admits to online anti-Muslim tirade
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Queensland LNP candidate admits to online anti-Muslim tirade

LNP candidate for Herbert Phillip Thompson has come clean and expressed his shame for writing social media posts in 2012 that implied he would shoot Muslims.

  • by Jocelyn Garcia
Bingo! Australians have a lot to be grateful for, including roadtrips
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Opinion

Bingo! Australians have a lot to be grateful for, including roadtrips

Over this summer allow yourself a moment to bask in the knowledge that we are living at the best time in history in the best country in the world.

  • by Jessica Irvine
Move forward on Governor-General
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Opinion

Move forward on Governor-General

I'm sure David Hurley is an decent, honourable man, but Mr Morrison should recognise what his choice represents.

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The man who offers hope to blighted Congo pleads for the world to stay and help
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The man who offers hope to blighted Congo pleads for the world to stay and help

The election in Congo holds out hope for the country's first ever democratic transition. But now it has been delayed again, and fears are growing.

  • by David Wroe