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Norman Abjorensen

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3 Jul 2018

Viewed warmly on both sides of politics and in the media, the federal finance minister is playing a vital role for the government.

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21 Jun 2017

Norman Abjorensen argues in this article that it would be a mistake not to take Peter Dutton MP seriously.

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8 Apr 2016

The Australian prime ministership was created out of almost nothing during the first five decades of the twentieth century

A VISITOR to Australia, knowing nothing of the country, its history or its institutions, might consult the constitution, the official rule book, to understand...

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8 Dec 2015

What unites the group of Liberals who want to steer the party away from its roots?

BACK in the early 1980s, a seemingly invincible Neville Wran strung together a series of Labor victories in New South Wales that left the Liberal Party teetering...

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6 Oct 2015

The party sometimes forgets that Liberal leaders have been most electorally successful when they’ve governed from the centre

Malcolm Turnbull’s accession to the prime ministership presents us with a paradox. His leadership is a return to Liberal Party orthodoxy, yet the forces most...

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