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Besides showing us that this government has no legislative agenda, on Monday we learned that government senators have an inability to speak for the people that elected them. Off the cuff, without the talking points, they are completely inept.
McCarthy lists attacks on Adam Goodes as an example of public vitriol.
Democrats have a 78 percent chance of getting 50-plus seats in November, the HuffPost Senate model shows.
It's time for Turnbull to brush off those negotiation skills.
'They see me as a punching bag'.
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'There was a certain degree of snobbery, like I didn't belong'.
Is the Liberal Party serious about balancing the budget, reducing wasteful spending and lowering taxation? Or is it really a party of religious conservatives determined to prevent social changes such as same sex marriage, changes to drug laws or assisted suicide?
Things have changed a bit, but don't be scared.
The Woy Woy man says his Facebook account was hacked.
Controversial busine magnate and federal MP Clive Palmer will not recontest his House of Representatives at the coming election, but left the door ajar for a po ible tilt at the Senate, Palmer took t...
Federal parliamentarians are back in Canberra for a historic "proroguing" that cut short their planned autumn break. Members of both the House of Representatives and the Senate gathered in the Senate...
Federal politicians -- all 150 MPs and 76 Senators -- are back in Canberra this week, coming back from their parliament break early for an extraordinary se ion which will decide whether Australia head...
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X marks the spot for a political brouhaha on Monday morning, with the Australian Sex Party and colourful senator Nick Xenophon embroiled in conflict over the South Australian politician's new logo. In...
The Government has repeatedly ridden roughshod over motions carried by Senate majority whenever it hasn't suited the LNP's political agenda.