'A mix of bewilderment, regret and increasing amounts of schadenfreude.'
Roberts, Ludlam, Waters and Nash also gone.
We could have as many as 49 separate judgements.
The outcome could dramatically reshape the parliament.
Children should be shielded from vile commentary about their friends and families.
Then Lyle Shelton complained about being 'demonised and vilified'.
Almost time to vote in the same-sex marriage survey, but where are the rules?
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That means there will be quite a few more weeks of uncertainty.
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It's okay, you can still cheer for the All Blacks.
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Fiona Nash? Nick Xenophon? What?
The Nationals deputy leader believes she may be a British citizen.
One interpretation of the Constitution is that technically, nobody is eligible to sit.
Pauline Hanson has referred her own senator to court over possible British citizenship
Was the Senator a British citizen at the time of the election?
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Under-fire senator defends himself over citizenship fiasco.
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Now Matt Canavan's political career is in doubt.
Dual citizenship could take down the Turnbull Government. We just don't know.
He will stand aside while he looks to resolve the issue that forced Scott Ludlam and Larissa Waters out of the Senate.
It is just ahead of expected imminent power price hikes across much of Australia.
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'Buddy, I can't drink a latte when the cafe is 8 metres under the ocean'.
Jason South, Fairfax
It may not be protests, but taxes that kills it off.
Researchers have recorded a record coral die-off on the Great Barrier Reef.