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Turnbull to meet with Trump

The Prime Minister of Australia Malcolm Turnbull will meet with US President Donald Trump next week in the first face-to-face encounter between the pair.

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PM cuts free flights for MPs

Malcolm Turnbull stirred up controversy in Parliament by announcing that the Life Gold Pass will be cut, effective immediately, rather than the proposed phase-out.

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Carbon tax to come under review

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has brought the nation’s climate change policies back to our attention by announcing the Government’s plans to review the possibility of a new carbon tax.

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Will you soon pay $78 for GP visit?

Would you pay $78 to visit your doctor? Recent Medicare statistics reveal that the Government’s rebate freeze has resulted in a decline in bulk billing services offered across the country.

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Tony Abbott wants back in

Tony Abbott wants to return to the Cabinet, requesting the Indigenous Affairs portfolio as a way to secure a truce between him and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

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Is gun reform back on the agenda?

A rowdy question time on Tuesday saw Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull vehemently proclaim that Australia’s firearm ban “will remain in place” for the foreseeable future.

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PM believes he’s doing a good job

After ousting Tony Abbott from the role, Malcolm Turnbull will, on Wednesday, mark a year as Prime Minister. How does he think the year has gone? Quite well, actually.

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CBA chief’s $12.3 million salary

Commonwealth Bank chief Ian Narev collected $12.3 million for the financial year, soaring from last year's $8 million pay day.

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PM demands banks pass on rate cut

After the big four banks refused to pass on the full 25 basis points rate cut on Tuesday, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has demanded that they pass on the full rate cut.

Federal Election 2016

One-seat majority for Government

When Parliament returns later this month, the Government will have just a one-seat majority, with the seat of Herbert yesterday being declared a win for Labor.

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Finally a result… of sorts

A week later than perhaps the Prime Minister would have liked, the Coalition Government has claimed victory, albeit after Bill Shorten first admitted defeat.

Federal Election 2016

What was all that about?

Only last week we were told that a vote for the LNP would be a vote for stability. Well so much for that!

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