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When, how and what was announced on Wednesday.
Former NSW premier and Sky News TV host will stand for election.
It's a rushed fix for the section 44 citizenship fiasco engulfing parliament.
The great citizenship drip feed continues.
There's a wall of calls for an audit of parliamentarians, but the PM says no.
And Tony Abbott hasn't even said anything yet.
Back and forth it went, over and over.
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But Labor and Greens say the minister's position is "untenable".
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"This investigation is not into Mr Shorten - it is into the AWU."
Labor is now accusing the Liberal Minister of misleading parliament.
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The Labor Leader says police raids on his old union are part of an old smear campaign.
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The investigation dates back to when Bill Shorten was the union's chief.
Brendan O'Connor lashed out at the PM following raids on the Australian Workers' Union.
A 10-year-old photo has landed a staffer of Labor leader Bill Shorten in hot water.
This makes things a little awkward for Australia.
The Liberal and Labor parties have been accused of grovelling to the poker machine industry.
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Linda Burney wants to empower young women to make a difference.
Holden's last car plant will shut this week.
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'Our economy's in debt but Malcolm is just chillin'.'
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As many as 3000 youth suicide attempts could be averted each year with a ‘Yes’ vote.
The obesity epidemic is expanding.
'We cannot leave LGBTIQ Australians and their families on their own through this process'.
'Don't listen. Be yourself. Vote Yes.'
But "Blackout Bill" aint no carbon tax.
Bill Shorten is a Slytherin and coal is Voldemort, apparently.
Here's what happens now the High Court ruled it can go ahead.
'We are ready to win this, and win this convincingly'.
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'Spirit Walker' Clinton Pryor walked 5600km from WA to be in Canberra.
It is the second call between the two leaders. The first didn't end well.
He shut it down after days of taunts from the government.
The former prime minister has another shirtfront moment.