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News March 19, 2016
The remaking of Opposition Leader Bill Shorten
The Labor leader has come back from his summer break with a different approach to advice and a scheme to change his image.
News March 05, 2016
Proposed counterterrorism laws in the spotlight
The government’s latest counterterrorism bill brings into question the delicate balance of protecting the community while maintaining the principles of justice.
News March 12, 2016
What’s next for same-sex marriage
As the Liberal Party splinters further on same-sex marriage, both ends of the debate are arguing for a different kind of free vote.
News February 27, 2016
Inside Turnbull’s early election plan
As election timing starts to drive the economic agenda, Malcolm Turnbull is considering a high-stakes double-dissolution poll.
News February 20, 2016
Legal questions over Robb, Ruddock special envoy jobs
Doubts have emerged over the constitutional basis of the recent appointment of Philip Ruddock and Andrew Robb as special envoys.
News February 13, 2016
The failed factional campaign to unseat Bronwyn Bishop
Having seen off myriad interventions and a plan to parachute Kate Carnell into her seat, Bronwyn Bishop is not going anywhere.