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The North West Star
Katter rejects his LNP criticsand low vote attendance.” Senator O’Sullivan said Mr Katter sat with Clive Pal
Katter rejects his LNP critics
The North West Star / Posted 32 minutes ago
and low vote attendance.” Senator O’Sullivan said Mr Katter sat with Clive Palmer as having the worst attendance record in Federal Parliament for the 399 divisions in parliament between September 2013 and May 2016. “Mr Katter was not present in... Read more
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The North West Star
Katters rejects his LNP criticsand low vote attendance.” Senator O’Sullivan said Mr Katter sat with Clive Pal
Katters rejects his LNP critics
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
and low vote attendance.” Senator O’Sullivan said Mr Katter sat with Clive Palmer as having the worst attendance record in Federal Parliament for the 399 divisions in parliament between September 2013 and May 2016. “Mr Katter was not present in... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriageof divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriage
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 hours ago
of divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people in Australia. They can't all sit in the federal parliament. We select 150 to sit in the House of Representatives to represent those 22 million people on critical... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Morrison, Joyce to respect nation's decision on same-sex marriagemarriage plebiscite result to be respected by Scott Morrison, Barnaby Joyce Tw
Morrison, Joyce to respect nation's decision on same-sex marriage
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
marriage plebiscite result to be respected by Scott Morrison, Barnaby Joyce Two senior government frontbenchers say the Federal Parliament should respect the outcome of a plebiscite on same-sex marriage. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said... Read more
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The Courier
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriageof divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriage
The Courier / Posted 6 hours ago
of divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people in Australia. They can't all sit in the federal parliament. We select 150 to sit in the House of Representatives to represent those 22 million people on critical... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriageof divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriage
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 hours ago
of divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people in Australia. They can't all sit in the federal parliament. We select 150 to sit in the House of Representatives to represent those 22 million people on critical... Read more
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The Young Witness
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriageof divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriage
The Young Witness / Posted 7 hours ago
of divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people in Australia. They can't all sit in the federal parliament. We select 150 to sit in the House of Representatives to represent those 22 million people on critical... Read more
31 related stories
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Western Advocate
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriageof divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriage
Western Advocate / Posted 7 hours ago
of divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people in Australia. They can't all sit in the federal parliament. We select 150 to sit in the House of Representatives to represent those 22 million people on critical... Read more
31 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriageof divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriage
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 hours ago
of divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people in Australia. They can't all sit in the federal parliament. We select 150 to sit in the House of Representatives to represent those 22 million people on critical... Read more
31 related stories
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Manning River Times
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriageof divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriage
Manning River Times / Posted 7 hours ago
of divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people in Australia. They can't all sit in the federal parliament. We select 150 to sit in the House of Representatives to represent those 22 million people on critical... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriageof divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriage
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 7 hours ago
of divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people in Australia. They can't all sit in the federal parliament. We select 150 to sit in the House of Representatives to represent those 22 million people on critical... Read more
31 related stories
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The North West Star
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriageof divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriage
The North West Star / Posted 7 hours ago
of divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people in Australia. They can't all sit in the federal parliament. We select 150 to sit in the House of Representatives to represent those 22 million people on critical... Read more
31 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriageof divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriage
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 hours ago
of divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people in Australia. They can't all sit in the federal parliament. We select 150 to sit in the House of Representatives to represent those 22 million people on critical... Read more
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The Age
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriageof divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriage
The Age / Posted 7 hours ago
of divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people in Australia. They can't all sit in the federal parliament. We select 150 to sit in the House of Representatives to represent those 22 million people on critical... Read more
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The Border Mail
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriageof divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriage
The Border Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
of divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people in Australia. They can't all sit in the federal parliament. We select 150 to sit in the House of Representatives to represent those 22 million people on critical... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriageof divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriage
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 hours ago
of divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people in Australia. They can't all sit in the federal parliament. We select 150 to sit in the House of Representatives to represent those 22 million people on critical... Read more
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WA Today
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriageof divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriage
WA Today / Posted 7 hours ago
of divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people in Australia. They can't all sit in the federal parliament. We select 150 to sit in the House of Representatives to represent those 22 million people on critical... Read more
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Canberra Times
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriageof divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people
Q&A recap: Alan Jones speaks out against plebiscite on gay marriage
Canberra Times / Posted 8 hours ago
of divisiveness we saw over there. One final point, there are 23 million people in Australia. They can't all sit in the federal parliament. We select 150 to sit in the House of Representatives to represent those 22 million people on critical... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Deadly Attack On Hotel in Somalia Kills More Than 10in the capital since the start of the holy Month of Ramadan. Gunfire could stil
Deadly Attack On Hotel in Somalia Kills More Than 10
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 hours ago
in the capital since the start of the holy Month of Ramadan. Gunfire could still be heard. On June 1, Al Shabaab Gunmen stormed Ambassador hotel on Makka Al Mukara road, killing at least 16 people, among them two members of Somali federal parliame... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Greens want euthanasia reassessmentThe Greens will again push to legalise euthanasia in the next federal parliamen
Greens want euthanasia reassessment
Sky News Australia / Posted 23 hours ago
The Greens will again push to legalise euthanasia in the next federal parliament. Greens leader Richard Di Natale on Monday vowed the minor party would introduce 'dying with dignity' laws after Saturday's election. 'We are calling on both the... Read more
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News.com.au
Greens to again push for euthanasia lawsThe Greens will again push to legalise euthanasia in the next federal parliamen
Greens to again push for euthanasia laws
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
The Greens will again push to legalise euthanasia in the next federal parliament. Greens leader Richard Di Natale on Monday vowed the minor party would introduce "dying with dignity" laws after Saturday's election. "We are calling on both the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Greens to again push for euthanasia lawsThe Greens will again push to legalise euthanasia in the next federal parliamen
Greens to again push for euthanasia laws
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
The Greens will again push to legalise euthanasia in the next federal parliament. Greens leader Richard Di Natale on Monday vowed the minor party would introduce "dying with dignity" laws after Saturday's election. "We are calling on both the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Greens to again push for euthanasia lawsThe Greens will again push to legalise euthanasia in the next federal parliamen
Greens to again push for euthanasia laws
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
The Greens will again push to legalise euthanasia in the next federal parliament. Greens leader Richard Di Natale on Monday vowed the minor party would introduce "dying with dignity" laws after Saturday's election. "We are calling on both the... Read more
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Herald Sun
Why gay marriage vote could be a $160m ‘fraud’will help us provide a more permanent resolution to this issue”. “You have to
Why gay marriage vote could be a $160m ‘fraud’
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
will help us provide a more permanent resolution to this issue”. “You have to remember, this has come before the federal Parliament on a number of occasions. The federal Parliament on each occasion has confirmed the current definition of... Read more
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Perth Now
Why gay marriage vote could be a $160m ‘fraud’will help us provide a more permanent resolution to this issue”. “You have to
Why gay marriage vote could be a $160m ‘fraud’
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
will help us provide a more permanent resolution to this issue”. “You have to remember, this has come before the federal Parliament on a number of occasions. The federal Parliament on each occasion has confirmed the current definition of... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Why gay marriage vote could be a $160m ‘fraud’will help us provide a more permanent resolution to this issue”. “You have to
Why gay marriage vote could be a $160m ‘fraud’
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
will help us provide a more permanent resolution to this issue”. “You have to remember, this has come before the federal Parliament on a number of occasions. The federal Parliament on each occasion has confirmed the current definition of... Read more
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The North West Star
Disability groups call for signs of support in Kennedywant a fair go and a chance to live in the community.” “We call on all candida
Disability groups call for signs of support in Kennedy
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
want a fair go and a chance to live in the community.” “We call on all candidates to outline how their election to Federal Parliament on 2 July would deliver a fair go for people with disability, their families and the organisations that... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretslegendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 w
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
legendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 when he came to the bush capital to address Federal Parliament as supreme commander of the Pacific. 120 Commonwealth Avenue. See canberra.park.hyatt.com7. POLITICAL... Read more
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The Border Mail
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretslegendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 w
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
legendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 when he came to the bush capital to address Federal Parliament as supreme commander of the Pacific. 120 Commonwealth Avenue. See canberra.park.hyatt.com7. POLITICAL... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretslegendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 w
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
legendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 when he came to the bush capital to address Federal Parliament as supreme commander of the Pacific. 120 Commonwealth Avenue. See canberra.park.hyatt.com7. POLITICAL... Read more
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The Courier
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretslegendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 w
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
The Courier / Posted yesterday
legendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 when he came to the bush capital to address Federal Parliament as supreme commander of the Pacific. 120 Commonwealth Avenue. See canberra.park.hyatt.com7. POLITICAL... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretslegendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 w
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
legendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 when he came to the bush capital to address Federal Parliament as supreme commander of the Pacific. 120 Commonwealth Avenue. See canberra.park.hyatt.com7. POLITICAL... Read more
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The Young Witness
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretslegendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 w
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
legendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 when he came to the bush capital to address Federal Parliament as supreme commander of the Pacific. 120 Commonwealth Avenue. See canberra.park.hyatt.com7. POLITICAL... Read more
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Western Advocate
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretslegendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 w
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
legendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 when he came to the bush capital to address Federal Parliament as supreme commander of the Pacific. 120 Commonwealth Avenue. See canberra.park.hyatt.com7. POLITICAL... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretslegendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 w
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
legendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 when he came to the bush capital to address Federal Parliament as supreme commander of the Pacific. 120 Commonwealth Avenue. See canberra.park.hyatt.com7. POLITICAL... Read more
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Manning River Times
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretslegendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 w
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
legendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 when he came to the bush capital to address Federal Parliament as supreme commander of the Pacific. 120 Commonwealth Avenue. See canberra.park.hyatt.com7. POLITICAL... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretslegendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 w
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
legendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 when he came to the bush capital to address Federal Parliament as supreme commander of the Pacific. 120 Commonwealth Avenue. See canberra.park.hyatt.com7. POLITICAL... Read more
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The North West Star
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secretslegendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 w
Canberra political tour: A politician's insider tour of Canberra's best-kept secrets
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
legendary US general, Douglas MacArthur, who stayed at Hotel Canberra in 1942 when he came to the bush capital to address Federal Parliament as supreme commander of the Pacific. 120 Commonwealth Avenue. See canberra.park.hyatt.com7. POLITICAL... Read more
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Manning River Times
ACES boss challenges candidatesto increase the supply of accessible social housing. “We call on all candidate
ACES boss challenges candidates
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
to increase the supply of accessible social housing. “We call on all candidates to outline how their election to federal parliament on July 2 will deliver a fair go for people with disability, their families and the organisations that... Read more
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The Border Mail
Federal election 2016: Daniel Andrews steps up attack on Malcolm Turnbull overdoing what they're paid to do, which is to make laws and change laws." "That's
Federal election 2016: Daniel Andrews steps up attack on Malcolm Turnbull over
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
doing what they're paid to do, which is to make laws and change laws." "That's what should occur on the floor of the federal parliament," the Premier told the crowd, highlighting Bill Shorten's pledge to legislate for same-sex marriage within... Read more
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The Courier
Federal election 2016: Daniel Andrews steps up attack on Malcolm Turnbull overdoing what they're paid to do, which is to make laws and change laws." "That's
Federal election 2016: Daniel Andrews steps up attack on Malcolm Turnbull over
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
doing what they're paid to do, which is to make laws and change laws." "That's what should occur on the floor of the federal parliament," the Premier told the crowd, highlighting Bill Shorten's pledge to legislate for same-sex marriage within... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Call for national action on corruptionat the time. "The people who go into State Parliaments and the major political
Call for national action on corruption
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
at the time. "The people who go into State Parliaments and the major political parties are the same people who go into Federal Parliament," said Mr Fitzgerald. "I cannot understand why they'd be corrupt at one level, or be corruptible at one... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NSW seat of Calare could face shake-up from Xenophonsafe Nationals territory, but candidate Andrew Gee said he would not be complac
NSW seat of Calare could face shake-up from Xenophon
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
safe Nationals territory, but candidate Andrew Gee said he would not be complacent as he attempts to move from State to Federal Parliament. "One of the messages that I've picked up from our electorates over the last four or five years is that... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Oberon protest signs gone – and Nationals supporters blamedwas curious that they had been on display at pre-polling for the federal seat o
Oberon protest signs gone – and Nationals supporters blamed
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
was curious that they had been on display at pre-polling for the federal seat of Calare. “I didn’t think I was running for federal parliament,” Mr Toole said. “I wish I could be in two places at once, but unfortunately, I can’t because I’ve been... Read more
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The Young Witness
Oberon protest signs gone – and Nationals supporters blamedwas curious that they had been on display at pre-polling for the federal seat o
Oberon protest signs gone – and Nationals supporters blamed
The Young Witness / Posted 4 days ago
was curious that they had been on display at pre-polling for the federal seat of Calare. “I didn’t think I was running for federal parliament,” Mr Toole said. “I wish I could be in two places at once, but unfortunately, I can’t because I’ve been... Read more
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Western Advocate
Oberon protest signs gone – and Nationals supporters blamedwas curious that they had been on display at pre-polling for the federal seat o
Oberon protest signs gone – and Nationals supporters blamed
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
was curious that they had been on display at pre-polling for the federal seat of Calare. “I didn’t think I was running for federal parliament,” Mr Toole said. “I wish I could be in two places at once, but unfortunately, I can’t because I’ve been... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Firie dispute could cost Labor seats in Federal Electionmany of them have long voted Labor and live in marginal seats, the dispute coul
Firie dispute could cost Labor seats in Federal Election
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
many of them have long voted Labor and live in marginal seats, the dispute could easily influence the make-up of the next federal parliament. It looks like strengthening the Liberals' hold on at least Dunkley, Corangamite and Latrobe, and... Read more
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Queensland Times
Firie dispute could cost Labor seats in Federal Electionmany of them have long voted Labor and live in marginal seats, the dispute coul
Firie dispute could cost Labor seats in Federal Election
Queensland Times / Posted 4 days ago
many of them have long voted Labor and live in marginal seats, the dispute could easily influence the make-up of the next federal parliament. It looks like strengthening the Liberals' hold on at least Dunkley, Corangamite and Latrobe, and... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Let Timmy Cahill get it on in the Gongthe game but there is nothing certain or clear at this stage. The politics in
Let Timmy Cahill get it on in the Gong
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
the game but there is nothing certain or clear at this stage. The politics in Australian football make the politics in the Federal Parliament look like child’s play. In quite an odd move, the new A-League season fixture was released with a “TBC”... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Firie dispute could cost Labor seats in Federal Electionmany of them have long voted Labor and live in marginal seats, the dispute coul
Firie dispute could cost Labor seats in Federal Election
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 4 days ago
many of them have long voted Labor and live in marginal seats, the dispute could easily influence the make-up of the next federal parliament. It looks like strengthening the Liberals' hold on at least Dunkley, Corangamite and Latrobe, and... Read more
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