Source: Best laid plans
Malcolm Turnbull has finally introduced his ban on boning-down in Parliament House (affectionately known as the bonk ban), leaving more than a few ministers red in the face.
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The piece, by Emma Alberici, was heavily criticised by the government and businesses.
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By Irfan Yusuf
As a new Senator, Molan's job must surely go beyond retweeting and posting ranting and propaganda.
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Canberra has been left stunned by Barnaby Joyce's unprecedented savaging of his own Prime Minister, which leaves the Coalition, and this government, in tatters.
By Guy Rundle
How ironic, an ex-coal industry spinner doesn't know when to stop digging.
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On Barnaby Joyce and the new Australian Christian Lobby leadership
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By Glenn Dyer
Telstra has built the fastest growing subscription/streaming service in the country with its Telstra TV product. And Foxtel can't keep up.
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Like it or not, the Queen is our head of state. The public has a right to know what our leaders are discussing with her.
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Savaged by Labor in question time yesterday and unable to sack his deputy, Malcolm Turnbull needed something big to try to kill off the Joyce scandal.