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If the ALP want to heal the divisions of the past four years and rebuild both their party and the progressive side of politics, then they must choose Anthony Albanese, says Lionel Grant.
The dismissal without penalty of drink driving charges against Peta Credlin shows again the Liberal Party consider themselves above the law, says Steve Penrose.
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SOPHIE Mirabella today conceded defeat as her Liberal colleagues celebrated being sworn into the government she once had planned to be a senior figure.
Victorian Premier Denis Napthine has indicated he will accept the vote of independent MP Geoff Shaw, despite the member for Frankston being charged with criminal offences.
The Guardian Queensland pushes Tony Abbott for urgent approval of mining projects The Guardian Queensland premier Campbell Newman has urged Tony Abbott to approve massive new coal projects in the state "as soon as possible", despite a warning from...
A well-informed populace would not have elected Tony Abbott, but did through the intervention of U.S. media monopolist Rupert Murdoch. Managing editor David Donovan explains how our corrupt media is threatening our fragile democracy.
Australia’s corrupt and compromised commercial television stations are refusing to run an ad criticising Rupert Murdoch. Sam Maclean from GetUp! explains what happened. I’m just off the phone after dozens of radio interviews.
Lego’s new female scientist is a first for toy company (via The Christian Science Monitor) About six decades after Lego began making toys, the company has begun selling a female scientist minifigure.(Lego) Some 64 years after the Lego first began...
The Justice Department said on Wednesday it would no longer enforce the federal ban on veterans’ benefits for members of same-sex couples, the Huffington Post reported.
Liberal National Party candidate Mal Brough has again evaded questions about his role in a sexual harassment case involving his political rival.
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has encouraged a group of high school netballers to make body contact, telling them a little of it never hurt anyone.
Politicians around the world continue to retreat from the battle to protect the environment.
Indonesian MP Tantowi Yahya says Coalition's asylum seeker boat policy is 'illegal, offensive and an affront to democracy'
The long-held vision dreamt up by senior Labor politicians Stephen Conroy and Kevin Rudd in 2009 of a universal fibre broadband network covering Australia is officially dead, with a solid election victory set to sweep the Coalition into power and a technically inferior fibre to the node plan into Australia’s streets.
Although the return of Kevin Rudd to the Prime Ministership several months ago gave the Australian Labor Party a significant boost in national polling at that stage, exit polling throughout Australia today has shown a clear and decisive victory for the Coalition. Respected ABC election analyst Antony Green called the Federal Election for the Coalition earlier tonight, and other major media outlets have followed.
At this stage it appears as though the Coalition will enjoy a sizable majority of close to 40 seats in the House of Representatives which, historical results suggest would mean it would be likely to maintain two terms in power. The situation is much less clearer in the Senate as Senate results take significantly longer to tabulate than results in the lower house.
Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s seat of Wentworth — one of the safest Liberal seats in the country — is also seeing a minor swing towards Turnbull, meaning it is likely that Turnbull will be appointed Communications Minister in a new administration led by Tony Abbott, as the Opposition Leader has publicly intimated several times.
The news will have immediate and drastic consequences for Labor’s NBN project, which the Rudd and Gillard administrations have pursued as one of the Federal Government’s major projects in its current form since mid-2009.
Turnbull has consistently stated that the Coalition plans to “complete” Labor’s NBN vision more rapidly and more cheaply than Labor itself could. However, the Coalition’s NBN alternative is largely based on radically different technology than Labor’s vision, and will deliver vastly reduced broadband service delivery outcomes to many Australians.
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This article highlights the issue of clashing political policy between the Labor and Liberal parties on the topic of the proposed NBN which is currently underway. In the article, it is drawn to our attention that Labor's 'vision' for nation-wide fast broadband networks is sinking faster than the Titanic. This has occurred as the newly-elected Liberal government has recently announced its desire to complete the almost-finished project in a way that prevents further money being wasted on this seemingly futile project. Prime Minister Tony Abbott believes this project did little to improve the state of the Australian economy, as Labor previously claimed, but rather forced the country into a worse state of debt than before.
This article discusses how Labor's National Broadband Network dream is over after it's defeat to the Coalition.
Residents from the tiny Victorian town of Tecoma have taken their fight against a local McDonald's to the US.
Did you notice anything during the election campaign? I noticed that the ferociously rabid Murdoch media unleashed itself as the most persuasive and effective media in the country for promoting the...
ABC's election site featuring live results, Antony Green's guide, in-depth policy explainers, latest election news, candidates, electorate information and more. #AusVotes
Activist group to seek 'clarification' from ACCC on whether the rejection was appropriate or an abuse of market power Australian commercial television networks have refused to air an advertisement that criticises News Corporation Australia and...
Analysts at SNL Kagan say that 1.8 million people dropped their cable TV subscriptions in the second quarter of 2013.
The Ecuadoran government has proposed legal changes to punish libel disseminated over social networks like Twitter or Facebook, a top official said Wednesday.
Clive Palmer says he will sue Rupert Murdoch over a report published by News Corp Australia.