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Julie Bishop intends to stay, while Curtin hopefuls intend to circle
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Opinion

Julie Bishop intends to stay, while Curtin hopefuls intend to circle

Will she go or will she stay? That's the question WA's political aspirants can't quite get out of their heads.

  • by Nathan Hondros

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Christopher Pyne delivers damning verdict on the state of Australian politics
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Christopher Pyne delivers damning verdict on the state of Australian politics

One of Australia’s most senior cabinet ministers says politics is trapped in a self-obsessed and panic-prone spiral.

  • by David Wroe
Julie Bishop declares the Coalition can win - and she intends to stay
Liberal Party

Julie Bishop declares the Coalition can win - and she intends to stay

Former foreign minister Julie Bishop has declared confidence that the Coalition will win the federal election as she announces her intention to stay in Parliament

  • by David Crowe
'Suffering from our success': Julie Bishop urges rethink of climate policy and government
Liberal Party

'Suffering from our success': Julie Bishop urges rethink of climate policy and government

"Our party is divided on the issue of climate change and whether - or how - we respond," Ms Bishop will tell overseas business leaders.

  • by Michael Koziol
An Aussie crowd on the slopes as Davos talkfest nears
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An Aussie crowd on the slopes as Davos talkfest nears

No less than three Morrison government ministers head off to Switzerland as the election season kicks off, leaving a fourth Liberal, Julie Bishop, behind.

  • by Kylar Loussikian & Samantha Hutchinson
If the Liberals were serious about women, they could look to the UK
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Opinion

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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Pouring cold water over climate argument after deadly eruption
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Opinion

Pouring cold water over climate argument after deadly eruption

P. Wilson writes that Anak Krakatau ("child of Krakatoa") "in the last 72 hours ... has poured out more gunk into the atmosphere than a million chimneys."

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Bishop overboard: Former foreign affairs minister lands leap from Wild Oats X
Julie Bishop

Bishop overboard: Former foreign affairs minister lands leap from Wild Oats X

Julie Bishop said there were no political metaphors at play as she readied to jump ship after the start of the Sydney to Hobart race.

  • by Nick Bonyhady & Jenny Noyes
Julie Bishop jumps ship for all-female racing team in Sydney to Hobart
Julie Bishop

Julie Bishop jumps ship for all-female racing team in Sydney to Hobart

Ocean Respect Racing, which has chartered Wild Oats X, is fielding an all-women crew and encouraging people to limit their plastic consumption.

  • by Nick Bonyhady
Mattis will be 'hard to replace', says former foreign minister Julie Bishop
Julie Bishop

Mattis will be 'hard to replace', says former foreign minister Julie Bishop

Former foreign minister Julie Bishop has pointedly said the United States will find it “hard to replace” outgoing Defence Secretary James Mattis.

  • by David Wroe
Revealed: The cost of Malcolm Turnbull's axing
Malcolm Turnbull

Revealed: The cost of Malcolm Turnbull's axing

Taxpayers footed a massive bill in severance payouts to government staffers as a result of the leadership coup in August.

  • by Latika Bourke