Parliament

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Playground or Parliament?

Question time in the ‘big house’

Playground or Parliament?

Irregular writer Max Williams travels to Canberra for a front row seat at question time. ...

Joyce being disowned by colleagues

Joyce being disowned by colleagues

Joyce being disowned by colleagues

Barnaby Joyce is taking extended leave from Parliament after accepting cash for interview.

Turnbull's dual citizenship debacle

Turnbull's dual citizenship debacle

Turnbull's dual citizenship debacle

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull may have his own dual citizenship troubles.

Barnaby Joyce dual citizenship saga

Barnaby Joyce dual citizenship saga

Barnaby Joyce dual citizenship saga

Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, Barnaby Joyce, is a citizen of New Zealand.

Senators vote down pay freeze

Senators have voted down a motion to freeze their pay

Senators vote down pay freeze

All but six of 75 senators have voted down a motion to freeze their pay.

Get ready for electronic voting

Public eVoting one step further

Get ready for electronic voting

Malcolm Turnbull has requested a cabinet submission on the use of swipe cards to vote.

Gay marriage plebiscite is dead

Gay marriage plebiscite is dead

Gay marriage plebiscite is dead

The Federal Government’s controversial same-sex marriage plebiscite is dead.

Sam Dastyari's donation disaster

Sam Dastyari faces criticism for receiving dodgy donations

Sam Dastyari's donation disaster

Labor Senator Sam Dastyari attacked by the Coalition for receiving “cash for comment”.

PM’s new battle plan is old hat

Malcolm Turnbull’s 25-point plan contains 23 old measures

PM’s new battle plan is old hat

The PM announces a new 25-point battle plan that’s packed with old measures.

MP to cross floor over super policy

Nationals MP will cross floor to vote down super policy

MP to cross floor over super policy

MP will cross floor to vote down the Coalition’s super policy unless changes are made. ...

Over 65s distrustful of politics

Election 2016: Older Australians are dissatisfied with politics

Over 65s distrustful of politics

Ipsos Poll shows older Australians are more likely to be dissatisfied with politics.

PM confirms 2 July Election

PM confirms 2 July Election

PM confirms 2 July Election

As we’ve all suspected for several weeks, we’ll be heading to the polls on 2 ...

Pension portability changes approved

Age Pension portability changes pass Lower House

Pension portability changes approved

Changes to Age Pension portability have passed the Lower House of Parliament.

Minister’s secret China visit probed

Federal Minister Stuart Robert’s secret China visit probed

Minister’s secret China visit probed

Federal Minister Stuart Robert is under fire for a secret visit to Beijing.

Joe Hockey’s last hurrah

Joe Hockey’s last hurrah

Joe Hockey’s last hurrah

Yesterday, former treasurer Joe Hockey said goodbye to a 20-year parliamentary career.

Bishop to repay misused funds

Bishop to repay misused funds

Bishop to repay misused funds

Speaker Bronwyn Bishop will repay the taxpayer money spent on a helicopter ride.

Joe Hockey – a better retirement

Joe Hockey – a better retirement

Joe Hockey – a better retirement

Read about Joe Hockey’s hopes for retirees.

Greens leadership shake up

Greens leadership shake up

Greens leadership shake up

Christine Milne has stepped down as Greens leader.

Voluntary euthanasia up for debate

Voluntary euthanasia up for debate

Voluntary euthanasia up for debate

The subject of voluntary euthanasia will be debated in Parliament today.

Bishop burqa ban backflip

Bishop burqa ban backflip

Bishop burqa ban backflip

The controversial ban on the burqa in Parliament House has been reversed by Speaker Bronwyn ...

Law changes will damage privacy

Law changes will damage privacy

Law changes will damage privacy

New anti-terror laws are expected to pass the senate before the end of the week. ...

Premier gets down and dirty

Premier gets down and dirty

Premier gets down and dirty

Premier O’Farrell uses the rude finger to silence the Opposition.

Electoral campaign funding

Electoral campaign funding

Electoral campaign funding

New legislation could see $50 million given to parties and independents.

NDIS levy to go to election

NDIS levy to go to election

NDIS levy to go to election

Julia Gillard, Tony Abbott and the NDIS argy-bargy.

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