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Once were enemies: Palmer, Newman buddy up in preference deal

Tuesday November 23, 2021 Advertisement Advertisement State Government throws $10 million into sparking battery industry Wetter and stormier: Bureau makes it official – La Nina is back PM: Laws on religious freedom are a ‘shield not a sword’ Bezos gives away a quarter of a billion to charities in one


Morrison eight years too late

Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s announcement that the government will adopt a target of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 is a long overdue pledge – but the science tells us 2050 is about a decade too late to reach net-zero. Professor Lesley Hughes and Emeritus Professor Will Steffen of ANU


Will Clive Palmer’s money get Craig Kelly reelected?

With Craig Kelly joining the United Australia Party (UAP), what impact will he and Clive Palmer have on the next federal election? The news that Craig Kelly is going to recontest his seat of Hughes as a UAP candidate is not really surprising. In a previous article I suggested something


Senate passes two days of paid miscarriage leave for parents

The federal Senate has passed an historic change to the Fair Work Act on Tuesday, designed to give parents who experience a miscarriage two days of paid bereavement leave. The paid bereavement leave is designed to be accessible for all employees covered under the Fair Work Act, and includes access


NSW State Redistribution Finalised

The NSW Electoral Districts Redistribution Panel has finalised the state’s new electoral boundaries ahead of the March 2023 state election. The final boundaries have only minor changes compared to the draft published last November. The comments below compare the finalised boundaries to those in use at the last two state