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Canberra Times
Turnbull must seize the moment on tax reformin the resignation of Senator Sam Dastyari, ensured that Bill Shorten finally c
Canberra Times / Posted 17 hours ago
in the resignation of Senator Sam Dastyari, ensured that Bill Shorten finally came under closer scrutiny. Barnaby Joyce and John Alexander defied the doomsayers by comfortably retaining their seats in the New England and Bennelong byelections,... Read more
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23h
The Age
Turnbull must seize the moment on tax reformin the resignation of Senator Sam Dastyari, ensured that Bill Shorten finally c
The Age / Posted 23 hours ago
in the resignation of Senator Sam Dastyari, ensured that Bill Shorten finally came under closer scrutiny. Barnaby Joyce and John Alexander defied the doomsayers by comfortably retaining their seats in the New England and Bennelong byelections,... Read more
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23h
Sydney Morning Herald
Turnbull must seize the moment on tax reformin the resignation of Senator Sam Dastyari, ensured that Bill Shorten finally c
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
in the resignation of Senator Sam Dastyari, ensured that Bill Shorten finally came under closer scrutiny. Barnaby Joyce and John Alexander defied the doomsayers by comfortably retaining their seats in the New England and Bennelong byelections,... Read more
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12d
The Courier Mail
Taxpayers fork out $200k in Bennelong pollThe Liberal Party netted more than $100,000 in taxpayers dollars following the
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
The Liberal Party netted more than $100,000 in taxpayers dollars following the by-election in the Sydney federal seat of Bennelong. The Labor party received $80,000 in election funding, while the Greens and Australian Conservatives split the... Read more
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News.com.au
Taxpayers fork out $200k in Bennelong pollThe Liberal Party netted more than $100,000 in taxpayers dollars following the
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
The Liberal Party netted more than $100,000 in taxpayers dollars following the by-election in the Sydney federal seat of Bennelong. The Labor party received $80,000 in election funding, while the Greens and Australian Conservatives split the... Read more
23d
Junkee
Here's Why Memes Are The Future Of Australian Politicswas clear when the founder of ALP Spicy Meme Stash launched a little side proje
Junkee / Posted 23 days ago
was clear when the founder of ALP Spicy Meme Stash launched a little side project — Kristina Keneally Memes for Bennelong Teens. The 20-year-old university student from Sydney started the page as a pure political tool. When he wasn’t... Read more
26d
Business Insider Australia
Citizenship, marriage equality and foreign interference lead the messy politics of 2017New England. He later won the poll comfortably. Soon, another byelection was o
Business Insider Australia / Posted 26 days ago
New England. He later won the poll comfortably. Soon, another byelection was on the way, this time in the Sydney seat of Bennelong, after former tennis champion John Alexander announced that he, too, held dual citizenship. Alexander also won his... Read more
27d
The Age
Make a real meal of your charity, Mr TurnbullBut what will Sydney be like in the middle of the century when its population i
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
But what will Sydney be like in the middle of the century when its population is about 10 million, as predicted? Bruce Johnson, South Turramurra Yet another article about problems caused by rapid population growth via high immigration, and yet... Read more
27d
Sydney Morning Herald
Make a real meal of your charity, Mr TurnbullBut what will Sydney be like in the middle of the century when its population i
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
But what will Sydney be like in the middle of the century when its population is about 10 million, as predicted? Bruce Johnson, South Turramurra Yet another article about problems caused by rapid population growth via high immigration, and yet... Read more
28d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Disabled parking stickers are no laughing matterDisabled parking sticker joke by John Alexander is casual ableism and harmful
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 28 days ago
Disabled parking sticker joke by John Alexander is casual ableism and harmful Photo: Without her disabled parking sticker, Nia Sims couldn't walk from the car to buy groceries and carry them back. John Alexander's pride was hurt when his doctor... Read more
28d
The Courier
This crazy political year started with an angry phone call - but love ultimately won the daythe end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. We
The Courier / Posted 28 days ago
the end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. Weakened by lack of numbers - dual citizen John Alexander was following Barnaby Joyce to a byelection - Turnbull faced a backbench revolt. To save himself, he announced... Read more
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28d
The North West Star
This crazy political year started with an angry phone call - but love ultimately won the daythe end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. We
The North West Star / Posted 28 days ago
the end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. Weakened by lack of numbers - dual citizen John Alexander was following Barnaby Joyce to a byelection - Turnbull faced a backbench revolt. To save himself, he announced... Read more
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28d
The Border Mail
This crazy political year started with an angry phone call - but love ultimately won the daythe end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. We
The Border Mail / Posted 28 days ago
the end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. Weakened by lack of numbers - dual citizen John Alexander was following Barnaby Joyce to a byelection - Turnbull faced a backbench revolt. To save himself, he announced... Read more
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Canberra Times
Bill Shorten, Labor's great hope, is slowly deflatingLet's talk about Bill - Bill Shorten, that is. The Bennelong byelection may ha
Canberra Times / Posted a month ago
Let's talk about Bill - Bill Shorten, that is. The Bennelong byelection may have come and gone, but aftershocks are lingering for a Labor Party that had expected to do better. This was a very poor result for Labor and one that confronts its... Read more
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Western Advocate
This crazy political year started with an angry phone call - but love ultimately won the daythe end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. We
Western Advocate / Posted a month ago
the end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. Weakened by lack of numbers - dual citizen John Alexander was following Barnaby Joyce to a byelection - Turnbull faced a backbench revolt. To save himself, he announced... Read more
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Manning River Times
This crazy political year started with an angry phone call - but love ultimately won the daythe end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. We
Manning River Times / Posted a month ago
the end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. Weakened by lack of numbers - dual citizen John Alexander was following Barnaby Joyce to a byelection - Turnbull faced a backbench revolt. To save himself, he announced... Read more
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Daily Liberal
This crazy political year started with an angry phone call - but love ultimately won the daythe end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. We
Daily Liberal / Posted 1 months ago
the end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. Weakened by lack of numbers - dual citizen John Alexander was following Barnaby Joyce to a byelection - Turnbull faced a backbench revolt. To save himself, he announced... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
This crazy political year started with an angry phone call - but love ultimately won the daythe end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. We
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 1 months ago
the end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. Weakened by lack of numbers - dual citizen John Alexander was following Barnaby Joyce to a byelection - Turnbull faced a backbench revolt. To save himself, he announced... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
This crazy political year started with an angry phone call - but love ultimately won the daythe end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. We
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 1 months ago
the end, pressure from within its own ranks forced the government to buckle. Weakened by lack of numbers - dual citizen John Alexander was following Barnaby Joyce to a byelection - Turnbull faced a backbench revolt. To save himself, he announced... Read more
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The Age
Bill Shorten, Labor's great hope, is slowly deflatingLet's talk about Bill - Bill Shorten, that is. The Bennelong byelection may ha
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
Let's talk about Bill - Bill Shorten, that is. The Bennelong byelection may have come and gone, but aftershocks are lingering for a Labor Party that had expected to do better. This was a very poor result for Labor and one that confronts its... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bill Shorten, Labor's great hope, is slowly deflatingLet's talk about Bill - Bill Shorten, that is. The Bennelong byelection may ha
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 1 months ago
Let's talk about Bill - Bill Shorten, that is. The Bennelong byelection may have come and gone, but aftershocks are lingering for a Labor Party that had expected to do better. This was a very poor result for Labor and one that confronts its... Read more
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