Xenophon articles over last 30 days

- articles last 30 days - articles per day
Mentioned in this news Places Companies People
2014/10/31 16:24
2014/10/31 16:24
13h
... truce". Photo: Simon Letch Even by the outsized standards of Clive Palmer, it was a breathtaking display of chutzpah. After endorsing the government's Direct Action climate change...
2014/10/31 16:24
2014/10/31 16:24
Latest videos
2014/10/31 11:05
2014/10/31 11:05
18h
The Abbott government has been told to establish a royal commission to excise the 'cancer' of sexual and other abuse in Defence ranks. Independent senator Nick Xenophon said the formal inquiry was...
2014/10/31 06:34
2014/10/31 06:34
23h
Air Vice-Marshal Mark Skidmore in his element, courtesy Australian Aviation Opinion Retired RAAF Air Vice-Marshal Mark Skidmore has been accorded polite, even deferential media on his being appointed...
2014/10/31 05:47
2014/10/31 05:47
1d
THE first companies to be handed taxpayer funding to cut their carbon emissions under the government's Direct Action plan will be known within months. THE Abbott government replaced Labor's carbon...
2014/10/30 13:47
2014/10/30 13:47
1d
FEDERAL Attorney-General George Brandis yesterday sought to calm concerns over the possibility that journalists could be ­ensnared by the government’s new anti-terrorist legislation. In so doing, he —...
2014/10/30 09:27
2014/10/30 09:27
1d
MARK COLVIN: Unions are claiming victory over the Federal Government's plan to scale back support for workers who lose their jobs when companies go broke. They say they've secured commitments from...
2014/10/30 09:15
2014/10/30 09:15
1d
Police will use new laws requiring customers' phone and internet records be stored for two years to target terrorists, child abusers and potentially illicit music and movie downloaders. Police will...
2014/10/30 04:57
2014/10/30 04:57
2d
INDEPENDENT Senator Nick Xenophon has rejected claims saving the Climate Change Authority was a waste of time, after a deal on climate policy was reached on Wednesday. Sen Xenophon was a key player...
2014/10/30 03:34
2014/10/30 03:34
2d
JOURNALISTS will continue to face the threat of jail and fines for protecting the identity of whistleblowers because the two independent Cabinet ministers have joined with the State Labor Government...
2014/10/30 03:10
2014/10/30 03:10
2d
While retaining the Climate Change Authority and tasking it with a review of whether Australia’s climate action is adequate or in line with what major emitters are doing is a good thing, yesterday’s...
2014/10/30 03:08
2014/10/30 03:08
2d
The metadata of Australians is proposed to be stored by telecommunication companies and internet service providers for two years, under new legislation introduced to Parliament by the Australian...
2014/10/30 00:55
2014/10/30 00:55
2d
The government has now managed to secure agreement from enough senators to pass the legislation to establish its scheme for taxpayers to pay polluters to reduce their carbon emissions. Senator Nick...
2014/10/29 23:56
2014/10/29 23:56
2d
The Coalition government has introduced its mandatory data retention legislation into the House of Representatives, rushing through a process that could cost ISPs hundreds of millions of dollars and...
2014/10/29 11:46
2014/10/29 11:46
2d
... is a tremendous outcome for the government," Hunt told reporters in Canberra. To win the necessary support, the government has accepted a proposal by Senator Xenophon to put in place a...
2014/10/29 11:31
2014/10/29 11:31
2d
PARLIAMENT has waved through new laws that could see journalists jailed for 10 years for reporting how local terror suspects are recruited. The decision by Labor and several crossbenchers to support...
2014/10/29 07:42
2014/10/29 07:42
2d
Australia’s overseas spy agency will track citizens suspected of fighting alongside Islamic State (Isis) militants and provide this information to the Australian Defence Force (ADF), under the next...
2014/10/29 03:12
2014/10/29 03:12
3d
The Coalition’s $2.5bn “Direct Action” climate policy appears likely to pass the Senate after the environment minister, Greg Hunt, agreed to minor amendments, but doubts remain about whether it can...
2014/10/29 02:43
2014/10/29 02:43
3d
The Senate has passed sweeping changes to Australia’s security laws, including a new offence of advocating terrorism and special provisions allowing overseas conflict zones to be declared in effect as...
2014/10/28 22:42
2014/10/28 22:42
3d
Greetings earthlings, On Wednesday, being hump day, there is a whole lot of news in the parliamentary sitting week. Though I know you are all globe trotters, by the end of the day you will not be...
2014/10/28 14:25
2014/10/28 14:25
3d
Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin said earlier this year that metadata did not include URLs but his agency said in 2012 that it did. Photo: Elesa Kurtz The Australian Federal...
2014/10/31 16:24
2014/10/31 16:24
Latest from Twitter