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‘Let’s burn stuff’: Q&A panellists debate violence and shattering the status quo | Australia news

When Q&A came to an end on Monday night, one thing was clear: this was no ordinary episode. In a special to coincide with the...
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Public servants should be punished for failing to report misconduct, legal experts say | Australia news

Public servants should be legally compelled to report misconduct and face punishment for failing to do so, a group of former judges and integrity experts...
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Nationals under pressure over drought response – politics live | Australia news

Welcome back! Day two of estimates begins, along with the House sitting, but at the moment, all eyes are on the Nationals party room, where...
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Media companies unite to fight back against secrecy laws – politics live

Scott Morrison returns from Indonesia; ‘big stick’ energy laws to be debated; and home affairs department appears before Senate estimates. All the day’s events, live...
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Q&A: Tim Wilson defends joining Hong Kong protests | Australia news

Government backbencher Tim Wilson has defended his decision to join pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong and said environmental protests in Australia have a right to...
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Q&A: aged care minister clutches purse strings when faced with nursing home neglect | Australia news

The federal aged care minister, Richard Colbeck, spent almost an hour on national television on Monday night wearing the pursed expression of a man with...
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Scott Morrison says Australia’s record on climate change misrepresented by media | Australia news

Scott Morrison signalled that Australia is unlikely to update its emissions reduction commitments under the Paris agreement before a speech to the UN in which...
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Newstart recipient on Q&A: ‘How would you suggest people like me have a go?’ | Australia news

An older jobseeker who has spent years on Newstart used the prime minister’s beloved catchphrase to highlight her struggle on Q&A on Monday night. Ricci...
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Scientists renew calls for inquiry into Murray-Darling Basin plan | Australia news

There are renewed calls for an independent commission of inquiry into the management of water flows in the Murray-Darling Basin with scientists warning billions have...
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Senator accuses home affairs boss Mike Pezzullo of intimidation after AFP media raids | Australia news

The Centre Alliance senator Rex Patrick has claimed the home affairs department secretary Mike Pezzullo attempted to silence his criticism of the government’s handling of...
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Federal election 2019: Older Australians are waiting for Shorten with baseball bats, says Dutton – politics live | Australia news

The US deal was for up to 1,200 people but there are some people that the United States has said that they will not accept.Under...
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Cardinal Pell: Vatican treasurer convicted on child sex abuse charges – latest news | Australia news

The chief justice, Peter Kidd, lifted the suppression order just before 11am this morning, after about an hour of argument and two quick breaks. Here...
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Geoffrey Rush trial: Eryn Jean Norvill alleges actor touched her breast, left her frightened | Film

The actor at the centre of accusations against Geoffrey Rush has claimed the actor “deliberately” touched her breast in front of an audience during a...