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Northern Daily Leader
'Turnbull is scared of the party room': government MPsup for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet an
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
up for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet and the caucus will still meet. "Just because Malcolm Turnbull does not like what the Parliament might decide, no-one made him the boss of everything in the world...there... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Canberra’s most ridiculous day yetend up meeting in a Canberra garden casting votes with no legal standing. But
Daily Telegraph / Posted an hour ago
end up meeting in a Canberra garden casting votes with no legal standing. But they are determined to rebuff Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Parliament was scheduled to resume next Monday but Mr Turnbull today put that off for a week to ensure the... Read more
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Western Advocate
'Turnbull is scared of the party room': government MPsup for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet an
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
up for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet and the caucus will still meet. "Just because Malcolm Turnbull does not like what the Parliament might decide, no-one made him the boss of everything in the world...there... Read more
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Manning River Times
'Turnbull is scared of the party room': government MPsup for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet an
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
up for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet and the caucus will still meet. "Just because Malcolm Turnbull does not like what the Parliament might decide, no-one made him the boss of everything in the world...there... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Canberra’s most ridiculous day yetend up meeting in a Canberra garden casting votes with no legal standing. But
Geelong Advertiser / Posted an hour ago
end up meeting in a Canberra garden casting votes with no legal standing. But they are determined to rebuff Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Parliament was scheduled to resume next Monday but Mr Turnbull today put that off for a week to ensure the... Read more
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The North West Star
'Turnbull is scared of the party room': government MPsup for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet an
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
up for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet and the caucus will still meet. "Just because Malcolm Turnbull does not like what the Parliament might decide, no-one made him the boss of everything in the world...there... Read more
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News.com.au
Canberra’s most ridiculous day yetend up meeting in a Canberra garden casting votes with no legal standing. But
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
end up meeting in a Canberra garden casting votes with no legal standing. But they are determined to rebuff Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Parliament was scheduled to resume next Monday but Mr Turnbull today put that off for a week to ensure the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
'Turnbull is scared of the party room': government MPsup for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet an
Daily Liberal / Posted an hour ago
up for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet and the caucus will still meet. "Just because Malcolm Turnbull does not like what the Parliament might decide, no-one made him the boss of everything in the world...there... Read more
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The Border Mail
'Turnbull is scared of the party room': government MPsup for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet an
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
up for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet and the caucus will still meet. "Just because Malcolm Turnbull does not like what the Parliament might decide, no-one made him the boss of everything in the world...there... Read more
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The Border Mail
Marriage equality laws delayed, but McGowan won’t protestshe will not take part in a protest sitting of Parliament next week. Some fede
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
she will not take part in a protest sitting of Parliament next week. Some federal MPs reacted angrily when Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced Parliament would be delayed a week until December 4 to address same-sex marriage laws. An... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'Turnbull is scared of the party room': government MPsup for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet an
Illawarra Mercury / Posted an hour ago
up for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet and the caucus will still meet. "Just because Malcolm Turnbull does not like what the Parliament might decide, no-one made him the boss of everything in the world...there... Read more
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The Courier
'Turnbull is scared of the party room': government MPsup for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet an
The Courier / Posted an hour ago
up for work next Monday and the government should do so, too. Shadow cabinet and the caucus will still meet. "Just because Malcolm Turnbull does not like what the Parliament might decide, no-one made him the boss of everything in the world...there... Read more
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The Age
'Turnbull is scared': Government MPs criticise the PM for cancelling Parliament– and cited the need to focus on passing same-sex marriage laws and deal with t
The Age / Posted an hour ago
– and cited the need to focus on passing same-sex marriage laws and deal with the citizenship fiasco. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has drawn fire from his side after a week of Parliament was cancelled. Photo: Andrew Meares Labor, the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Turnbull is scared': Government MPs criticise the PM for cancelling Parliament– and cited the need to focus on passing same-sex marriage laws and deal with t
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
– and cited the need to focus on passing same-sex marriage laws and deal with the citizenship fiasco. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has drawn fire from his side after a week of Parliament was cancelled. Photo: Andrew Meares Labor, the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'He is now irrelevant': Does Tony Abbott's defeat on marriage mark his final decline in Canberra?and the fact that had the "no" side won, no ground would have been given to ref
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
and the fact that had the "no" side won, no ground would have been given to reformers at all. Before the survey Malcolm Turnbull stated clearly that if it returned a "no" verdict, there would not be a same-sex marriage bill at all, nor... Read more
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The Age
'He is now irrelevant': Does Tony Abbott's defeat on marriage mark his final decline in Canberra?and the fact that had the "no" side won, no ground would have been given to ref
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
and the fact that had the "no" side won, no ground would have been given to reformers at all. Before the survey Malcolm Turnbull stated clearly that if it returned a "no" verdict, there would not be a same-sex marriage bill at all, nor... Read more
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Manning River Times
Nationals senator warns Turnbull to 'stand up and take note'up to four MPs in the House of Representatives could cross the floor and suppor
Manning River Times / Posted 2 hours ago
up to four MPs in the House of Representatives could cross the floor and support his bill. Warning Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to "sit up and take note" if the Parliament backs the measure in defiance of the government, Senator... Read more
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The North West Star
Australian batter Elyse Villani lauds SSM resultsame-sex marriage last week. The "fantastic step forward for all Australians"
The North West Star / Posted 2 hours ago
same-sex marriage last week. The "fantastic step forward for all Australians" even led to a selfie with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull when he visited the Australian women's team at training. "I think it's hugely important for me personally... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The Sydney suburbs with an oversupply - and an undersupply of housingthis year and has stated "the most effective way" to tackle housing affordabili
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 hours ago
this year and has stated "the most effective way" to tackle housing affordability is to increase supply. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has backed this approach. In May last year he said: "Now this is how you address housing affordability.... Read more
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The Border Mail
The Sydney suburbs with an oversupply - and an undersupply of housingthis year and has stated "the most effective way" to tackle housing affordabili
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
this year and has stated "the most effective way" to tackle housing affordability is to increase supply. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has backed this approach. In May last year he said: "Now this is how you address housing affordability.... Read more
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The Border Mail
Replacing Liddell with renewables is $1.4b cheaper than government planhave implications for the expected retirement of most existing coal-fired power
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
have implications for the expected retirement of most existing coal-fired power stations within 15 years. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg in September ordered energy giant AGL to keep open the coal-fired plant... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The Sydney suburbs with an oversupply - and an undersupply of housingthis year and has stated "the most effective way" to tackle housing affordabili
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 hours ago
this year and has stated "the most effective way" to tackle housing affordability is to increase supply. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has backed this approach. In May last year he said: "Now this is how you address housing affordability.... Read more
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TheBull
Turnbull 'cannot hide' from bank inquiryBill Shorten insists Malcolm Turnbull can no longer avoid an inquiry into the b
TheBull / Posted 2 hours ago
Bill Shorten insists Malcolm Turnbull can no longer avoid an inquiry into the banks, as a government backbencher predicts lower house MPs will cross the floor to establish one. Queensland LNP senator Barry O'Sullivan says up to four MPs are... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Parliament will sit without Liberals: Katterof inquiry into banks - which he supports - was behind the government's tactic
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 hours ago
of inquiry into banks - which he supports - was behind the government's tactic to delay the lower house. 'Obviously Malcolm Turnbull must have been romancing his girlfriend when the university lecture on separation of powers was given,' Mr... Read more
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The Age
Women's Ashes: Australian cricketer Elyse Villani lauds marriage equality resultsame-sex marriage last week. The "fantastic step forward for all Australians"
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
same-sex marriage last week. The "fantastic step forward for all Australians" even led to a selfie with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull when he visited the Australian women's team at training. "I think it's hugely important for me personally... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Women's Ashes: Australian cricketer Elyse Villani lauds marriage equality resultsame-sex marriage last week. The "fantastic step forward for all Australians"
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
same-sex marriage last week. The "fantastic step forward for all Australians" even led to a selfie with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull when he visited the Australian women's team at training. "I think it's hugely important for me personally... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The tantrums aimed at Turnbull"This is such a joyous day, the Australian public have voted for love"1:03 Spe
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
"This is such a joyous day, the Australian public have voted for love"1:03 Speaking on The Project, Malcolm Turnbull expressed his joy of the 'yes' result from the SSM vote. Courtesy: Network Ten Turnbull: "This is such a... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Turnbull ‘trying to avoid’ MP revoltMalcolm Turnbull faces revolt from four MPs on Royal Commisison into banks | Da
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
Malcolm Turnbull faces revolt from four MPs on Royal Commisison into banks | Daily Telegraph Invalid postcode. Sorry we couldn't find a match for that, please try again Breaking News Entertainmentnav_small_right Miranda Devine Piers... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Turnbull’s $1.3 billion embarrassmentNew South Wales. Owner AGL has announced they plan to close the ageing coal fir
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
New South Wales. Owner AGL has announced they plan to close the ageing coal fired power station in 2022, but Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is pushing for the plant to remain open. REPLACING the Liddell coal power station with clean energy... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The tantrums aimed at Turnbullfrom the cot by cranky MPs and senators who often describe themselves as “conse
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 hours ago
from the cot by cranky MPs and senators who often describe themselves as “conservatives”. The cost to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull could be an embarrassing loss of control over the high-profile marriage equality legislation, and the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Turnbull delays Parliament to deal with marriage, citizenshipsitting calendar for Parliament is typically announced a year in advance and ve
Manning River Times / Posted 4 hours ago
sitting calendar for Parliament is typically announced a year in advance and very rarely changes. In 2016, however, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull brought forward the May budget by a week so it could take place before he called the July 2 elec... Read more
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News.com.au
Parliament to sit without Liberals: Katterof inquiry into banks - which he supports - was behind the government's tactic
News.com.au / Posted 4 hours ago
of inquiry into banks - which he supports - was behind the government's tactic to delay the lower house. "Obviously Malcolm Turnbull must have been romancing his girlfriend when the university lecture on separation of powers was given," Mr... Read more
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The Age
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei brings refugee crisis to the 2018 Biennale of Sydneyoffshore detention centres. Politicians weighed into the controversy after art
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
offshore detention centres. Politicians weighed into the controversy after artists threatened to boycott the event, with Malcolm Turnbull, then federal communications minister, accusing artists of "vicious ingratitude" and saying they had... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei brings refugee crisis to the 2018 Biennale of Sydneyoffshore detention centres. Politicians weighed into the controversy after art
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
offshore detention centres. Politicians weighed into the controversy after artists threatened to boycott the event, with Malcolm Turnbull, then federal communications minister, accusing artists of "vicious ingratitude" and saying they had... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Nicholls pledges Bruce Highway upgradesplans to replicate the notoriously congested M1 motorway if elected on November
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
plans to replicate the notoriously congested M1 motorway if elected on November 25. In Brisbane on Monday, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull told ABC Radio the federal government would cover 50 per cent of the $500 million needed to complete the... Read more
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News.com.au
The tantrums aimed at TurnbullTurnbull: "This is such a joyous day, the Australian public have voted for love
News.com.au / Posted 4 hours ago
Turnbull: "This is such a joyous day, the Australian public have voted for love"1:03 Speaking on The Project, Malcolm Turnbull expressed his joy of the 'yes' result from the SSM vote. Courtesy: Network Ten The Prime Minister has his hands full... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Australia, NZ officials discuss screening for Manus refugees - NZ PMfrom the Australian-run camp on Manus Island, but Ardern's comments have raised
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 hours ago
from the Australian-run camp on Manus Island, but Ardern's comments have raised speculation that Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is ready to accept the offer. The centre was closed almost three weeks ago after PNG's High Court ruled it... Read more
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EuroNews
Australia, NZ officials discuss screening for Manus refugees - NZ PMfrom the Australian-run camp on Manus Island, but Ardern’s comments have raised
EuroNews / Posted 5 hours ago
from the Australian-run camp on Manus Island, but Ardern’s comments have raised speculation that Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is ready to accept the offer. The centre was closed almost three weeks ago after PNG’s High Court ruled it... Read more
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Junkee
The Government Has Cancelled Parliament Because They're Kind Of Fuckedhighlight. Turnbull is running scared from the Parliament. If you can't run th
Junkee / Posted 5 hours ago
highlight. Turnbull is running scared from the Parliament. If you can't run the Parliament, you can't run the country. Is Malcolm Turnbull seriously suggesting that there is nothing for his government to do in Parliament until the Senate completes... Read more
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BBC News
Why Australia's vote for gay marriage was no surprisesame-sex marriage. To resolve this impasse, high-profile same-sex marriage sup
BBC News / Posted 5 hours ago
same-sex marriage. To resolve this impasse, high-profile same-sex marriage supporter and current coalition Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull organised for the ABS to conduct a voluntary, non-binding national vote. The result received was not a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Banks' 'disregard' for the law may lead Government MPs to back inquiryby the executive, a commission of inquiry can be passed if both houses of parli
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
by the executive, a commission of inquiry can be passed if both houses of parliament agree. However, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has today emailed crossbenchers to inform them that the Lower House will resume sitting on December 4. This... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Turnbull puts Parliament on hold for a weekAustralian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Photo: Stefan Postles/ Getty Images
Business Insider Australia / Posted 5 hours ago
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Photo: Stefan Postles/ Getty Images. The Turnbull government has cancelled next week’s sitting of the House of Representatives, delaying it for a week in a bid to deal with same-sex marriage and dual... Read more
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Junkee
Malcolm Turnbull Can't Name A Single AC/DC Song And It's PainfulWe’ve lost eight members of parliament due to their alleged allegiance to a for
Junkee / Posted 6 hours ago
We’ve lost eight members of parliament due to their alleged allegiance to a foreign power, yet Malcolm Turnbull can’t name a single AC/DC song, and somehow gets to keep his job. This country, honestly. The PM was on Triple M’s Marto, Ed & Robin show... Read more
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Herald Sun
Turnbull ‘trying to avoid’ MP revoltMALCOLM Turnbull has been accused of delaying parliament to avoid an embarrassi
Herald Sun / Posted 6 hours ago
MALCOLM Turnbull has been accused of delaying parliament to avoid an embarrassing backbench revolt over a royal commission into the banking sector. Senior government minister Christopher Pyne today announced the House of Representatives would not... Read more
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Weekly Times
Nicholls pledges Bruce Highway upgradesplans to replicate the notoriously congested M1 motorway if elected on November
Weekly Times / Posted 6 hours ago
plans to replicate the notoriously congested M1 motorway if elected on November 25. In Brisbane on Monday, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull told ABC Radio the federal government would cover 50 per cent of the $500 million needed to complete the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Turnbull flounders in awkward radio interviewDURING an interview with Triple M’s Marto, Ed and Robin show this morning the A
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
DURING an interview with Triple M’s Marto, Ed and Robin show this morning the Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was asked what his favourite AC/DC song was. The interview followed the announcement on Saturday that the band’s co-founder and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Turnbull ‘trying to avoid’ MP revoltMALCOLM Turnbull has been accused of delaying parliament to avoid an embarrassi
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
MALCOLM Turnbull has been accused of delaying parliament to avoid an embarrassing backbench revolt over a royal commission into the banking sector. Senior government minister Christopher Pyne today announced the House of Representatives would not... Read more
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The Border Mail
Malcolm’s got $20 million burning a hole in his pocketshould be redirected to mental health and other support services for gay Austra
The Border Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
should be redirected to mental health and other support services for gay Australians hurt by the campaign, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has been told. As the split between Coalition MPs about how to legislate same-sex marriage continued to... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Turnbull delays Parliament to deal with marriage, citizenshipsitting calendar for Parliament is typically announced a year in advance and ve
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 hours ago
sitting calendar for Parliament is typically announced a year in advance and very rarely changes. In 2016, however, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull brought forward the May budget by a week so it could take place before he called the July 2 elec... Read more
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The Courier
Turnbull delays Parliament to deal with marriage, citizenshipsitting calendar for Parliament is typically announced a year in advance and ve
The Courier / Posted 6 hours ago
sitting calendar for Parliament is typically announced a year in advance and very rarely changes. In 2016, however, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull brought forward the May budget by a week so it could take place before he called the July 2 elec... Read more
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