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"Australia will no longer be insulting gay people by saying: different rules apply to you."
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They have it wrong in a very big way.
But even if the legislation passes before Christmas, we won't have any same-sex weddings until the new year.
'A mix of bewilderment, regret and increasing amounts of schadenfreude.'
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...
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There are three important factors at play.
Bishop replaces Barnaby Joyce
Back and forth it went, over and over.
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Susan Lamb And Anne Aly held hands as Bill Shorten addressed parliament.
10 days paid leave would cost just five cents per employee, new campaign claims.
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The Queensland senator was cross-examined in the High Court.
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This will be... the most conservative model in the world, Daniel Andrews said.
Victoria and the ACT will be entitled to an extra Federal electorate.
The chimes of the world's most iconic clock are to be silenced for the next four years while major conservation works are carried out. Big Ben's famous bongs will sound for the last time at noon on Mo...
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It's quickly becoming a blame game.
It has been confirmed that she has never held Greek citizenship.
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Construction is underway.
The Project host said Australia should discuss an Indigenous parliamentary chamber.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has taken aim at the ABC, attacking the Q&A program as a "waste of taxpayers money" and seemingly claiming victory in the wake of the broadcaster's axing of Muslim activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied, saying "one down, many to go".
The Minister has previously accused the ABC -- and Fairfax -- of conducting a "jihad" to bring down the Coalition Government, but he has doubled down on Thursday in the wake of a Q&A which allegedly downplayed the threat posed by Islamic fundamentalism and inspired an article which has been roundly condemned for suggesting the ABC should have been bombed instead of Manchester.
HuffPost Australia Editor In Chief Tory Maguire Took a Camera Inside The Budget Lockup. Here's a 45 Second Summary Of What She Saw.
Labor MP Sam Dastyari had plenty to say about the theatre of budget night when HuffPost Politics Editor Karen Barlow caught up with him in parliament on Tuesday night.
Alia Waters has graced the Senate chamber for the first time.
The Australian Conservatives party, represented in the Senate by Cory Bernardi, will amalgamate with the Family First Party, the ABC understands. Family First has two representatives in the South Aust...
Family First's Lucy Gichuhi is presumed to be the front-runner.
Changes to the Racial Discrimination Act failed to pass the Senate.
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'I had absolutely nothing. I had not a cent to my name.'
It has been called a 'win for regional Victoria'.
PM Malcolm Turnbull has called it an 'inadvertent oversight'.
ANALYSIS Political humiliation, fury, violence and disruption marked the opening of Parliament. President Jacob Zuma is now the naked emperor. Zuma started his State of the Nation address 78 minutes a...
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It's bad news for those on Manus and Nauru, and really bad news for Malcolm Turnbull.
Turnbull is reaching into Howard's 'fair go' and 'mateship' playbook.