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Ray Williams emerges the winner as warring MPs strike a deal

Ray Williams emerges the winner as warring MPs strike a deal

Treasurer Dominic Perrottet agreed to withdraw his nomination for Ray Williams' seat of Castle Hill.

  • by Alexandra Smith

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Premier's desperate efforts to calm MPs amid a bitter internal war
Gladys Berejiklian

Premier's desperate efforts to calm MPs amid a bitter internal war

Gladys Berejiklian is pleading with her MPs to stay calm as war breaks out in the Liberal Party.

  • by Alexandra Smith
'Stay in the fray': How women can stop the bullies
Opinion
Opinion

'Stay in the fray': How women can stop the bullies

As elected officials we should be doing everything we can to halt those who believe they can bully their way to a position or bully someone out of one.

  • by Shelley Hancock
Scott Morrison blasts 'stupid games' in Liberal Party following Ann Sudmalis bullying claims
Scott Morrison

Scott Morrison blasts 'stupid games' in Liberal Party following Ann Sudmalis bullying claims

Ann Sudmalis accused a state Liberal colleague of "bullying, betrayal and backstabbing".

  • by Fergus Hunter
Twenty-five year low: Liberals could be left with just five women in the House of Representatives
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Scott Morrison

Twenty-five year low: Liberals could be left with just five women in the House of Representatives

Poor polling and departures could reduce the number of female Liberals to the lowest level since the early 1990s. 

  • by David Crowe
'Bullying and betrayal': Ann Sudmalis attacks Liberal colleagues under parliamentary privilege
Federal election

'Bullying and betrayal': Ann Sudmalis attacks Liberal colleagues under parliamentary privilege

The outgoing MP has launched an extraordinary attack on colleagues and claimed the Liberal Party has not done enough to support her.

  • by Bevan Shields
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Weekend Washup: WA politics with a dash of 'Overheard on the Hill'
Opinion
Opinion

Weekend Washup: WA politics with a dash of 'Overheard on the Hill'

It's the wrap of all the political stories for the week that was, along with our new 'Overheard on the Hill' for everything we hear that raises the eyebrows.

  • by Nathan Hondros
Cronyism is a weeping sore in Australian government
Opinion
Opinion

Cronyism is a weeping sore in Australian government

When it comes to being a minister for mates, cronies and the big end of town, Dutton would not be in the top 24 in the ministry.

  • by Jack Waterford
'The term is a no-go zone': How Labor killed the Q-word
Gender equality

'The term is a no-go zone': How Labor killed the Q-word

The chair of the Liberal Party's federal women's committee, has "no problem with quotas", she says. But still, she is unable to endorse them.

  • by Jacqueline Maley
Morrison's biggest problem is he's stuck in the past
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Opinion

Morrison's biggest problem is he's stuck in the past

The Morrison government reeks of the 1950s, a boofheaded men's club led by a bloke who carried a lump of coal around in the Parliament. In comparison, Shorten's Labor party is positively futuristic.

  • by Peter Hartcher
Scott Morrison's pick for Wentworth was once a member of the Labor Party
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Federal election

Scott Morrison's pick for Wentworth was once a member of the Labor Party

Katherine O'Regan's former ties to Labor would have proved a major embarrassment during the crucial Wentworth campaign

  • by Bevan Shields