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Some things just belong in the '80s.
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Turnbull government MP John Alexander is scrambling to confirm whether he is a dual citizen, which if proven would trigger a byelection that would further threaten the Coalition's grip on power. Fairf...
The National Congress of Australia's First Peoples said the decision was sending "shockwaves" through indigenous communities.
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A lack of trust in the processes around sharing data in Australia is stifling the use of this resource.
Make sure all those good intentions have a truly positive impact on the community.
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The increase in personal tax through the Medicare levy is reflective of a broader increasing reliance on the PAYG taxpayer.
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The PM will address the conference.
Instead of a program threatening Australian jobs, there is the genuine possibility any crackdown will marginally harm the labour market.
Energy privatisation has meant price increases, job cuts and a failure to look to the future.
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Lambie's words were the opposite of what we have come to expect from politicians. They were honest, heartfelt, compassionate, and mostly true.
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The long awaited amendments were passed in a late vote.
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Turnbull’s recent attack on Shorten is symptomatic of desperation.
The Government says it is "the most significant reform" in 40 years.
Maverick senator is now an independent.
And despite what he himself may think, Bernardi is no Donald Trump.
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We are looking at you, Scomo.
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We must return federal environmental protections to native forests.
Turnbull is reaching into Howard's 'fair go' and 'mateship' playbook.
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Travel as "normal", the PM says.
Forget 'jobs and growth'. Bill Shorten puts out a new year wish list, for just jobs.
Just what Australia Day ordered.
And not a pie chart in sight.
Sussan Ley is scrambling to keep her job.
Conservatives stoke rumours of a breakaway group from the LNP.
More Netflix and chill, please.
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They have to actually invest.
Good, honest, hardworking people can fall on hard times.
The No Pokies, deal-making, 'media terrorist' is just getting started.
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And there's a push for federal family violence law reform.
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There are a lot of them. One in 200 Australians in fact.
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Precisely no-one is proposing a carbon tax, but opponents are ramping up anyway.
Looks like the Green Army is about to get the boot.