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Otago Daily Times
Greater transparency in Australian refugee campsbacklash since taking the contract to run the Manus centre in 2014, including b
Greater transparency in Australian refugee camps
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
backlash since taking the contract to run the Manus centre in 2014, including being forced to cancel its sponsorship of the Sydney Biennale when artists refused to participate because of its involvement. Allegations of detainee abuse prompted... Read more
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The Courier
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hearsto scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers an
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hears
The Courier / Posted yesterday
to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers and potentially damaging for babies' health, a senate inquiry has heard. The Abbott government's plan to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hearsto scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers an
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hears
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers and potentially damaging for babies' health, a senate inquiry has heard. The Abbott government's plan to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working... Read more
9 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hearsto scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers an
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hears
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers and potentially damaging for babies' health, a senate inquiry has heard. The Abbott government's plan to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working... Read more
9 related stories
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The Young Witness
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hearsto scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers an
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hears
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers and potentially damaging for babies' health, a senate inquiry has heard. The Abbott government's plan to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working... Read more
9 related stories
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Western Advocate
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hearsto scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers an
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hears
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers and potentially damaging for babies' health, a senate inquiry has heard. The Abbott government's plan to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working... Read more
9 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hearsto scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers an
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hears
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers and potentially damaging for babies' health, a senate inquiry has heard. The Abbott government's plan to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working... Read more
9 related stories
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Manning River Times
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hearsto scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers an
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hears
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers and potentially damaging for babies' health, a senate inquiry has heard. The Abbott government's plan to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working... Read more
9 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hearsto scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers an
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hears
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers and potentially damaging for babies' health, a senate inquiry has heard. The Abbott government's plan to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working... Read more
9 related stories
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The North West Star
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hearsto scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers an
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hears
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers and potentially damaging for babies' health, a senate inquiry has heard. The Abbott government's plan to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working... Read more
9 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hearsto scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers an
Planned changes to paid parental leave scheme a 'retrograde' step for working women, Senate inquiry hears
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working mothers and potentially damaging for babies' health, a senate inquiry has heard. The Abbott government's plan to scale back paid parental leave is a "retrograde step" for working... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Consensus worth a try to fix the budgetof election promises, but mainly because they were seen as unfair to low and mi
Consensus worth a try to fix the budget
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
of election promises, but mainly because they were seen as unfair to low and middle income earners. Not surprisingly, the Senate declined to pass many of the worst measures. Abbott's standing in the opinion polls has never recovered from the... Read more
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WA Today
Consensus worth a try to fix the budgetof election promises, but mainly because they were seen as unfair to low and mi
Consensus worth a try to fix the budget
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
of election promises, but mainly because they were seen as unfair to low and middle income earners. Not surprisingly, the Senate declined to pass many of the worst measures. Abbott's standing in the opinion polls has never recovered from the... Read more
4 related stories
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The Age
Consensus worth a try to fix the budgetof election promises, but mainly because they were seen as unfair to low and mi
Consensus worth a try to fix the budget
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
of election promises, but mainly because they were seen as unfair to low and middle income earners. Not surprisingly, the Senate declined to pass many of the worst measures. Abbott's standing in the opinion polls has never recovered from the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Consensus worth a try to fix the budgetof election promises, but mainly because they were seen as unfair to low and mi
Consensus worth a try to fix the budget
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
of election promises, but mainly because they were seen as unfair to low and middle income earners. Not surprisingly, the Senate declined to pass many of the worst measures. Abbott's standing in the opinion polls has never recovered from the... Read more
4 related stories
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Canberra Times
Consensus worth a try to fix the budgetof election promises, but mainly because they were seen as unfair to low and mi
Consensus worth a try to fix the budget
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
of election promises, but mainly because they were seen as unfair to low and middle income earners. Not surprisingly, the Senate declined to pass many of the worst measures. Abbott's standing in the opinion polls has never recovered from the... Read more
4 related stories
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The Young Witness
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford Universityfor signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a th
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford University
The Young Witness / Posted 9 days ago
for signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a three-month teaching sabbatical at Oxford University earlier in the year. Royal commissioner Dyson Heydon was paid more than $15,000 for signing documents for the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford Universityfor signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a th
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford University
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
for signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a three-month teaching sabbatical at Oxford University earlier in the year. Royal commissioner Dyson Heydon was paid more than $15,000 for signing documents for the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford Universityfor signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a th
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford University
Kiama Independent / Posted 9 days ago
for signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a three-month teaching sabbatical at Oxford University earlier in the year. Royal commissioner Dyson Heydon was paid more than $15,000 for signing documents for the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford Universityfor signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a th
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford University
Manning River Times / Posted 9 days ago
for signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a three-month teaching sabbatical at Oxford University earlier in the year. Royal commissioner Dyson Heydon was paid more than $15,000 for signing documents for the... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford Universityfor signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a th
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford University
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 9 days ago
for signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a three-month teaching sabbatical at Oxford University earlier in the year. Royal commissioner Dyson Heydon was paid more than $15,000 for signing documents for the... Read more
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The North West Star
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford Universityfor signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a th
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford University
The North West Star / Posted 9 days ago
for signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a three-month teaching sabbatical at Oxford University earlier in the year. Royal commissioner Dyson Heydon was paid more than $15,000 for signing documents for the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford Universityfor signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a th
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford University
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
for signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a three-month teaching sabbatical at Oxford University earlier in the year. Royal commissioner Dyson Heydon was paid more than $15,000 for signing documents for the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford Universityfor signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a th
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford University
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
for signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a three-month teaching sabbatical at Oxford University earlier in the year. Royal commissioner Dyson Heydon was paid more than $15,000 for signing documents for the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford Universityfor signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a th
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford University
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
for signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a three-month teaching sabbatical at Oxford University earlier in the year. Royal commissioner Dyson Heydon was paid more than $15,000 for signing documents for the... Read more
12 related stories
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The Courier
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford Universityfor signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a th
Dyson Heydon billed government thousands of dollars while on working trip to Oxford University
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
for signing documents for the trade union royal commission while he was on a three-month teaching sabbatical at Oxford University earlier in the year. Royal commissioner Dyson Heydon was paid more than $15,000 for signing documents for the... Read more
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Style Weekly
The Fire Starterthe drone of social media could echo the news, a phone was ringing upstairs in
The Fire Starter
Style Weekly / Posted 15 days ago
the drone of social media could echo the news, a phone was ringing upstairs in an old Fan house near Virginia Commonwealth University. Trevor FitzGibbon answered from his bed with the kind of exhaustion that might issue from a 45-year-old who’s... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
8 things we learned from @RealMarkLathamchip on Mark Latham's shoulder is perhaps unique in Australian public life. Oth
8 things we learned from @RealMarkLatham
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 days ago
chip on Mark Latham's shoulder is perhaps unique in Australian public life. Others may see him as a white, male, straight University of Sydney graduate who rose to the top of the nation's oldest political party and consequently enjoys a generous... Read more
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Literary Minded
The Health Wrap: The Vegemite news spread; On your bike (sans helmet); a chronic problem; funding medical research and teens’ troubling mental health. –Australian children are exposed to thousands of alcohol advertisements on telev
The Health Wrap: The Vegemite news spread; On your bike (sans helmet); a chronic problem; funding medical research and teens’ troubling mental health. –
Literary Minded / Posted 16 days ago
Australian children are exposed to thousands of alcohol advertisements on television sporting games, as reported by the Sydney Morning Herald. And The Australianreported (paywall) that recent good news from the Australian Institute of Health... Read more
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The Border Mail
Natural directionthat's what I went for in my films." To help ensure the work's scientific accu
Natural direction
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
that's what I went for in my films." To help ensure the work's scientific accuracy, Rossellini also decided to go back to university; first to New York University to complete her undergraduate studies and then to Hunter College, majoring in... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Profile: Collins feels obligated to give backMemphis mayoral candidate Harold Collins ran his first race for public office,
Profile: Collins feels obligated to give back
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 19 days ago
Memphis mayoral candidate Harold Collins ran his first race for public office, a bid for a seat in the Tennessee state senate, and came in third. “I didn’t know what the heck I was doing,” Collins said. It would be many years, a baker’s... Read more
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The Courier
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plansgovernment faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plans
The Courier / Posted 20 days ago
government faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through Parliament after Labor, the Greens and some Senate crossbenchers vowed to oppose it. The citizenship proposal is also under growing pressure after the Commonwealth... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plansgovernment faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plans
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 20 days ago
government faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through Parliament after Labor, the Greens and some Senate crossbenchers vowed to oppose it. The citizenship proposal is also under growing pressure after the Commonwealth... Read more
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The Young Witness
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plansgovernment faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plans
The Young Witness / Posted 20 days ago
government faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through Parliament after Labor, the Greens and some Senate crossbenchers vowed to oppose it. The citizenship proposal is also under growing pressure after the Commonwealth... Read more
10 related stories
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Western Advocate
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plansgovernment faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plans
Western Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
government faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through Parliament after Labor, the Greens and some Senate crossbenchers vowed to oppose it. The citizenship proposal is also under growing pressure after the Commonwealth... Read more
10 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plansgovernment faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plans
Kiama Independent / Posted 20 days ago
government faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through Parliament after Labor, the Greens and some Senate crossbenchers vowed to oppose it. The citizenship proposal is also under growing pressure after the Commonwealth... Read more
10 related stories
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Manning River Times
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plansgovernment faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plans
Manning River Times / Posted 20 days ago
government faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through Parliament after Labor, the Greens and some Senate crossbenchers vowed to oppose it. The citizenship proposal is also under growing pressure after the Commonwealth... Read more
10 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plansgovernment faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plans
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 20 days ago
government faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through Parliament after Labor, the Greens and some Senate crossbenchers vowed to oppose it. The citizenship proposal is also under growing pressure after the Commonwealth... Read more
10 related stories
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The North West Star
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plansgovernment faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plans
The North West Star / Posted 20 days ago
government faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through Parliament after Labor, the Greens and some Senate crossbenchers vowed to oppose it. The citizenship proposal is also under growing pressure after the Commonwealth... Read more
10 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plansgovernment faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plans
Daily Liberal / Posted 20 days ago
government faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through Parliament after Labor, the Greens and some Senate crossbenchers vowed to oppose it. The citizenship proposal is also under growing pressure after the Commonwealth... Read more
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The Border Mail
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plansgovernment faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plans
The Border Mail / Posted 20 days ago
government faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through Parliament after Labor, the Greens and some Senate crossbenchers vowed to oppose it. The citizenship proposal is also under growing pressure after the Commonwealth... Read more
10 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plansgovernment faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through
Coalition MPs raise human rights concerns over paid parental leave and citizenship plans
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 20 days ago
government faces a difficult task passing its paid parental leave bill through Parliament after Labor, the Greens and some Senate crossbenchers vowed to oppose it. The citizenship proposal is also under growing pressure after the Commonwealth... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Abbott needs to embrace some policy boldnessshould keep his name largely out of print (a test of the profile of competent p
Abbott needs to embrace some policy boldness
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 days ago
should keep his name largely out of print (a test of the profile of competent presiding officers: name the President of the Senate). With entitlements shunted off to review, the Government buys itself a chance to get back onto the front foot. While... Read more
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The Courier
New MPs want to restore faith in politicsbreaking news. Among the contributing factors are the 24/7 news cycle, media fr
New MPs want to restore faith in politics
The Courier / Posted 26 days ago
breaking news. Among the contributing factors are the 24/7 news cycle, media fragmentation, fractures in the federation, Senate obstruction and a tit-for-tat negativity that is exacerbated by social media. "People put hateful things on Twitter... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
New MPs want to restore faith in politicsbreaking news. Among the contributing factors are the 24/7 news cycle, media fr
New MPs want to restore faith in politics
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 26 days ago
breaking news. Among the contributing factors are the 24/7 news cycle, media fragmentation, fractures in the federation, Senate obstruction and a tit-for-tat negativity that is exacerbated by social media. "People put hateful things on Twitter... Read more
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The Young Witness
New MPs want to restore faith in politicsbreaking news. Among the contributing factors are the 24/7 news cycle, media fr
New MPs want to restore faith in politics
The Young Witness / Posted 26 days ago
breaking news. Among the contributing factors are the 24/7 news cycle, media fragmentation, fractures in the federation, Senate obstruction and a tit-for-tat negativity that is exacerbated by social media. "People put hateful things on Twitter... Read more
15 related stories
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Western Advocate
New MPs want to restore faith in politicsbreaking news. Among the contributing factors are the 24/7 news cycle, media fr
New MPs want to restore faith in politics
Western Advocate / Posted 26 days ago
breaking news. Among the contributing factors are the 24/7 news cycle, media fragmentation, fractures in the federation, Senate obstruction and a tit-for-tat negativity that is exacerbated by social media. "People put hateful things on Twitter... Read more
15 related stories
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Kiama Independent
New MPs want to restore faith in politicsbreaking news. Among the contributing factors are the 24/7 news cycle, media fr
New MPs want to restore faith in politics
Kiama Independent / Posted 26 days ago
breaking news. Among the contributing factors are the 24/7 news cycle, media fragmentation, fractures in the federation, Senate obstruction and a tit-for-tat negativity that is exacerbated by social media. "People put hateful things on Twitter... Read more
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Manning River Times
New MPs want to restore faith in politicsbreaking news. Among the contributing factors are the 24/7 news cycle, media fr
New MPs want to restore faith in politics
Manning River Times / Posted 26 days ago
breaking news. Among the contributing factors are the 24/7 news cycle, media fragmentation, fractures in the federation, Senate obstruction and a tit-for-tat negativity that is exacerbated by social media. "People put hateful things on Twitter... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
New MPs want to restore faith in politicsbreaking news. Among the contributing factors are the 24/7 news cycle, media fr
New MPs want to restore faith in politics
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 26 days ago
breaking news. Among the contributing factors are the 24/7 news cycle, media fragmentation, fractures in the federation, Senate obstruction and a tit-for-tat negativity that is exacerbated by social media. "People put hateful things on Twitter... Read more
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