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Canberra Times
Past flexibility makes Matt Canavan's High Court gambit reasonable but uncertainas foreign citizenship, giving rise to disqualification. Many bodies, such as
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
as foreign citizenship, giving rise to disqualification. Many bodies, such as the Constitutional Commission and the Senate Legal and Constitutional Committee, have recommended this disqualification be removed or replaced with a statutory... Read more
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The Age
Past flexibility makes Matt Canavan's High Court gambit reasonable but uncertainas foreign citizenship, giving rise to disqualification. Many bodies, such as
The Age / Posted yesterday
as foreign citizenship, giving rise to disqualification. Many bodies, such as the Constitutional Commission and the Senate Legal and Constitutional Committee, have recommended this disqualification be removed or replaced with a statutory... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Past flexibility makes Matt Canavan's High Court gambit reasonable but uncertainas foreign citizenship, giving rise to disqualification. Many bodies, such as
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
as foreign citizenship, giving rise to disqualification. Many bodies, such as the Constitutional Commission and the Senate Legal and Constitutional Committee, have recommended this disqualification be removed or replaced with a statutory... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Dual citizenship ‘blowtorch’ on ex-polliesstepped down after realising their ties to other nations. Constitutional law e
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
stepped down after realising their ties to other nations. Constitutional law expert Lorraine Finlay, a lecturer at Murdoch University, said that could be just “the tip of the iceberg” as others scramble to work out their own positions. She said it... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Canavan urged to resign from Senate amid citizenship rowmonths while the High Court determines if he should be forced out of Parliament
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
months while the High Court determines if he should be forced out of Parliament. Key points: But he will hold on to his Senate position while he asks the High Court to decide on his extraordinary circumstances. Senator Canavan said he did not... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
No excuse for Canavan citizenship slip-up, LNP MP saysthey expected the High Court would try to settle the matter as quickly as possi
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
they expected the High Court would try to settle the matter as quickly as possible. "Given that the composition of the Senate is obviously very important from a political point of view, I would imagine that the High Court would do its best to... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Rally takes aim at gerrymanderingFair Districts PA, rallied Sunday at Lackawanna County Courthouse Square, Scran
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 2 days ago
Fair Districts PA, rallied Sunday at Lackawanna County Courthouse Square, Scranton, advocating for a pair of state bills, Senate Bill 22 and House Bill 722, that they argue would help the state’s voting regions better represent their... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Rally targets gerrymanderingFair Districts PA, rallied Sunday at Lackawanna County Courthouse Square, Scran
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
Fair Districts PA, rallied Sunday at Lackawanna County Courthouse Square, Scranton, advocating for a pair of state bills, Senate Bill 22 and House Bill 722, that they argue would help the state’s voting regions better represent their... Read more
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Canberra Times
The sweet sound of silencethey deserved one day. I can say that after 75 years of waiting, [it] gives me
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
they deserved one day. I can say that after 75 years of waiting, [it] gives me a deep sense of calm."I weep.Branching out Sydney University alumni may now rest easy. After the famed jacaranda tree in the mighty quadrangle collapsed last October,... Read more
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The Age
The sweet sound of silencethey deserved one day. I can say that after 75 years of waiting, [it] gives me
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
they deserved one day. I can say that after 75 years of waiting, [it] gives me a deep sense of calm."I weep.Branching out Sydney University alumni may now rest easy. After the famed jacaranda tree in the mighty quadrangle collapsed last October,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The sweet sound of silencethey deserved one day. I can say that after 75 years of waiting, [it] gives me
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
they deserved one day. I can say that after 75 years of waiting, [it] gives me a deep sense of calm."I weep.Branching out Sydney University alumni may now rest easy. After the famed jacaranda tree in the mighty quadrangle collapsed last October,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Historian asks Australian court to reveal Queen's lettersby becoming a republic. Suspicions of a U.S. Central Intelligence Agency conspi
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 5 days ago
by becoming a republic. Suspicions of a U.S. Central Intelligence Agency conspiracy persist. Jenny Hocking, a Monash University historian and Whitlam biographer, will argue in the Federal Court in Sydney on July 31 — the only hearing day of... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Historian asks Australian court to reveal Queen's lettersby becoming a republic. Suspicions of a U.S. Central Intelligence Agency conspi
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
by becoming a republic. Suspicions of a U.S. Central Intelligence Agency conspiracy persist. Jenny Hocking, a Monash University historian and Whitlam biographer, will argue in the Federal Court in Sydney on July 31 — the only hearing day of... Read more
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The Border Mail
Where to now for the Greens?has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "nuts". They will regain the numbers in the Senate, with the vacancies expected to be filled by other Greens candidates. But the party is reeling after losing both... Read more
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The Courier
Where to now for the Greens?has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "nuts". They will regain the numbers in the Senate, with the vacancies expected to be filled by other Greens candidates. But the party is reeling after losing both... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Where to now for the Greens?has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "nuts". They will regain the numbers in the Senate, with the vacancies expected to be filled by other Greens candidates. But the party is reeling after losing both... Read more
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The Young Witness
Where to now for the Greens?has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "nuts". They will regain the numbers in the Senate, with the vacancies expected to be filled by other Greens candidates. But the party is reeling after losing both... Read more
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Western Advocate
Where to now for the Greens?has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "nuts". They will regain the numbers in the Senate, with the vacancies expected to be filled by other Greens candidates. But the party is reeling after losing both... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Where to now for the Greens?has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "nuts". They will regain the numbers in the Senate, with the vacancies expected to be filled by other Greens candidates. But the party is reeling after losing both... Read more
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Manning River Times
Where to now for the Greens?has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "nuts". They will regain the numbers in the Senate, with the vacancies expected to be filled by other Greens candidates. But the party is reeling after losing both... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Where to now for the Greens?has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "nuts". They will regain the numbers in the Senate, with the vacancies expected to be filled by other Greens candidates. But the party is reeling after losing both... Read more
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The North West Star
Where to now for the Greens?has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "nuts". They will regain the numbers in the Senate, with the vacancies expected to be filled by other Greens candidates. But the party is reeling after losing both... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Where to now for the Greens?has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "nuts". They will regain the numbers in the Senate, with the vacancies expected to be filled by other Greens candidates. But the party is reeling after losing both... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Where to now for the Greens?has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "nuts". They will regain the numbers in the Senate, with the vacancies expected to be filled by other Greens candidates. But the party is reeling after losing both... Read more
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Canberra Times
Transport planning as per Basil Fawltydeficit would quickly turn into a surplus. This would enable Labor to reduce in
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
deficit would quickly turn into a surplus. This would enable Labor to reduce inequality by restoring TAFE, providing free university education (as Jeremy promised), restore the original Gonski and generally allow the young to gain capital rather... Read more
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Canberra Times
Richard Di Natale's monthus horribilis: where to now for the Greens? has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "nuts". They will regain the numbers in the Senate, with the vacancies expected to be filled by other Greens candidates. But the party is reeling after losing both... Read more
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The Age
Transport planning as per Basil Fawltydeficit would quickly turn into a surplus. This would enable Labor to reduce in
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
deficit would quickly turn into a surplus. This would enable Labor to reduce inequality by restoring TAFE, providing free university education (as Jeremy promised), restore the original Gonski and generally allow the young to gain capital rather... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Transport planning as per Basil Fawltydeficit would quickly turn into a surplus. This would enable Labor to reduce in
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
deficit would quickly turn into a surplus. This would enable Labor to reduce inequality by restoring TAFE, providing free university education (as Jeremy promised), restore the original Gonski and generally allow the young to gain capital rather... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Richard Di Natale's monthus horribilis: where to now for the Greens? has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "nuts". They will regain the numbers in the Senate, with the vacancies expected to be filled by other Greens candidates. But the party is reeling after losing both... Read more
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The Age
Richard Di Natale's monthus horribilis: where to now for the Greens? has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
has been described by party insiders as "heartbreaking", "super bad luck" and "nuts". They will regain the numbers in the Senate, with the vacancies expected to be filled by other Greens candidates. But the party is reeling after losing both... Read more
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News.com.au
Medicinal pot’s so hot right nowTerminally Ill Get Faster Access to Medicinal Cannabis After Senate Vote. Credi
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
Terminally Ill Get Faster Access to Medicinal Cannabis After Senate Vote. Credit - Jacqui Lambie via Storyful4:30 Following a vote in the Australian Senate on Tuesday, June 13, terminally ill patients will be able to import a three month supply of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Letters to the Editor: Choice of new Doctor Who a winnerDoctor Tom Baker suggested his replacement could be a woman. It was also an id
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
Doctor Tom Baker suggested his replacement could be a woman. It was also an idea championed by the 1960s series creator Sydney Newman himself. Why can't a two-thousand-year-old time and space travelling alien who can totally change his (or her)... Read more
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The Age
Letters to the Editor: Choice of new Doctor Who a winnerDoctor Tom Baker suggested his replacement could be a woman. It was also an id
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
Doctor Tom Baker suggested his replacement could be a woman. It was also an idea championed by the 1960s series creator Sydney Newman himself. Why can't a two-thousand-year-old time and space travelling alien who can totally change his (or her)... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Letters to the Editor: Choice of new Doctor Who a winnerDoctor Tom Baker suggested his replacement could be a woman. It was also an id
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
Doctor Tom Baker suggested his replacement could be a woman. It was also an idea championed by the 1960s series creator Sydney Newman himself. Why can't a two-thousand-year-old time and space travelling alien who can totally change his (or her)... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Second Australian senator resigns over dual citizenshipScott Ludlam, revealed that he was a citizen of New Zealand as well as Australi
Irish Examiner / Posted 9 days ago
Scott Ludlam, revealed that he was a citizen of New Zealand as well as Australia, which made him ineligible for the Senate job he has held since July 2008. Australia's constitution states that a "citizen of a foreign power" is not eligible... Read more
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CBS News
2nd Australian senator forced to quit over dual nationalityScott Ludlam, revealed that he was a citizen of New Zealand as well as Australi
CBS News / Posted 9 days ago
Scott Ludlam, revealed that he was a citizen of New Zealand as well as Australia, which made him ineligible for the Senate job he's held since July 2008. Australia's constitution states that a "citizen of a foreign power" is not eligible to... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Australian senator who breastfed in parliament quits over dual citizenshipScott Ludlam, revealed that he was a citizen of New Zealand as well as Australi
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
Scott Ludlam, revealed that he was a citizen of New Zealand as well as Australia, which made him ineligible for the Senate job he has held since July 2008. Australia's constitution states that a "citizen of a foreign power" is not eligible... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Second Australian senator quits because of dual citizenshipScott Ludlam, revealed that he was a citizen of New Zealand as well as Australi
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 9 days ago
Scott Ludlam, revealed that he was a citizen of New Zealand as well as Australia, which made him ineligible for the Senate job he’s held since July 2008. Australia’s constitution states that a “citizen of a foreign power” is not eligible to... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Sleepy Overnight Session Interrupted By Chinese Market Turmoilindustrial production numbers are still good. Orders are coming through from st
Zero Hedge / Posted 10 days ago
industrial production numbers are still good. Orders are coming through from state grid," said analyst Dan Morgan at UBS in Sydney. In rates, the 10Y held steady at 2.31%, after dropping as much as 2.279% on Friday as the dollar inched 0.1% higher... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
US study ranks Australian healthcare system among world's bestreforms. In May, House Republicans narrowly voted through the Obamacare repeal
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
reforms. In May, House Republicans narrowly voted through the Obamacare repeal bill, and their counterparts in the Senate are due to vote on the repeal in the next few weeks.Australia has better healthcare than we do: Trump Speaking over... Read more
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MPNnow.com
Notable namesBrownlee, Grace Callahan, Isaac Cassady, Rohan Chitre, Audrey Chung, Mallory Cl
MPNnow.com / Posted 11 days ago
Brownlee, Grace Callahan, Isaac Cassady, Rohan Chitre, Audrey Chung, Mallory Clar, Lucas Cleary, Marcella Constantino, Sydney Constantino, Alison Cook, Kalliope Cragg-Hoer, Connor Cronin, Alexander Crossing, Liam Culhane, Luceila Dalupang,... Read more
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News.com.au
Fossil fuels are here to stay, despite Al Gorekids witless, his warnings of climate armageddon have come to nothing. Former
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
kids witless, his warnings of climate armageddon have come to nothing. Former US vice president Al Gore was recently in Sydney to promote his documentary An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power. (Pic: AAP/Keri Megelus)Source:AAP “Unless we take... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Hanson's politics a challenge for Turnbull and his 'sensible centre'dozen people under 40 who Robert Menzies was? How many would know? And if the
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
dozen people under 40 who Robert Menzies was? How many would know? And if the mall happened to be in multicultural western Sydney, what chance "Ming" would have any recognition? This week's argument may have meaning for the Liberal tribe, and in... Read more
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BBC News
Should child sex offenders be allowed to travel?like Myanmar, Cambodia, the Philippines and Indonesia. "This is one of the gre
BBC News / Posted 15 days ago
like Myanmar, Cambodia, the Philippines and Indonesia. "This is one of the greatest days of my life," he said in the Senate as the legislation passed. At present those on the register - which is not publicly available - are allowed to travel... Read more
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TribLIVE
Monkey troupe vexes Florida park, goes viral on social mediathey would stay on Monkey Island,” said Eben Kirksey, a Florida native and a pr
TribLIVE / Posted 15 days ago
they would stay on Monkey Island,” said Eben Kirksey, a Florida native and a professor of environmental humanities at UNSW Sydney in Australia. “But they are good swimmers.” Many generations of monkeying around ensued, aided by the relative lack... Read more
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Business Standard India
How energy-rich Australia exported its way into an energy crisisallowing exports by ship in addition to existing pipelines to Mexico and Canada
Business Standard India / Posted 16 days ago
allowing exports by ship in addition to existing pipelines to Mexico and Canada. Energy Secretary Rick Perry said at his Senate confirmation hearing he wanted to boost natural-gas exports. The U.S. is on track to become the world’s No. 3 LNG... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Key Events In The Coming Week: All Eyes On Yellen, CPI And Retail Salesit will be fascinating to see whether Mrs Yellen chooses this week's semi-annua
Zero Hedge / Posted 17 days ago
it will be fascinating to see whether Mrs Yellen chooses this week's semi-annual testimony to Congress on Wednesday and the Senate on Thursday to reinforce the recent more hawkish global central bank speak or whether she tries to pull things back a... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Global Stocks Rise Amid Strong Economic Data; Yen Drops To 2 Month Low As Oil Resumes Slidedata and BOJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda reiterated that policy could be adjusted
Zero Hedge / Posted 17 days ago
data and BOJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda reiterated that policy could be adjusted as needed. In Asia, stocks rose in Tokyo and Sydney, with the MSCI Asia Pacific Index rising 0.3% after hitting a five-week low Friday. MSCI's broadest index of... Read more
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Junkee
A Sky News Presenter Told The Australian Race Discrimination Commissioner To Leave The CountryNews segment: The actual AHRC submission cites a report released in 2016, in p
Junkee / Posted 17 days ago
News segment: The actual AHRC submission cites a report released in 2016, in partnership with PwC Australia, Westpac, the University of Sydney Business School, and Telstra, that found “leaders with non-European cultural backgrounds comprised only... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
NBN: Our Fibre Installations Are 'More Expensive Than Almost Anywhere Else In The World'worth keeping in mind that in Australia's capital cities have areas where the p
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 21 days ago
worth keeping in mind that in Australia's capital cities have areas where the population density is much higher: Sydney and Melbourne both have areas where 17,000 people live within a square kilometre. These suburbs, like Waterloo in... Read more
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