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The ripples of an unlikely row over a parliamentary appointment reach from London to Canberra.
What do the draft recommendations of the competition policy review mean for health policy and services?
The Federal Government's competition review is disastrously wrong about education.
Or is it more a case of the declining left? Jennifer Curtin looks at the evidence from Saturday's poll.
Private secretary, chief of staff, enforcer? A look at the role of the prime minister’s most influential gatekeeper.
There’s a case for encouraging popular but defeated MPs to throw their hats back into the ring.
The focus on the potential damage to Australian thermal coal exports from the Chinese bans will be insignificant when compared to the decline in prices and demand for Australia's commodity exports over coming years.
A surprising proportion of Australians endorse attitudes that minimise and trivialise rape, according to new research.
Sound-bite endorsements of Malaysia’s leadership obscure the very volatile domestic environment, political exigencies and social dislocation that exist within Malaysia today.
In the next week there will be a referendum to decide whether Scotland should become an independent country, and a general election will be held in New Zealand.
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