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'Absolute chaos' in Department of Veterans' Affairs: Lambie

A bi-partisan Senate committee is urging the Turnbull Government to urgently overhaul the care provided to veterans following a long-running inquiry into veteran suicide.
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Jacinda Arden becomes youngest NZ Labour leader

Just seven weeks out from a general election New Zealand's opposition Labour party has changed leaders.
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How can you find a better power deal as electricity prices soar?

Australia now has the world's highest electricity prices, so there's never been a better time to know exactly what you're paying and if you can get a cheaper deal.
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Media reforms due for debate as Channel Ten's future hangs in the balance

Long-awaited media reforms are due for debate in the Senate, and it can't come soon enough for the struggling television network, Channel Ten.
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China seeks influence in Australian universities

Academic staff at Australian universities have been targeted in Chinese social media campaigns after complaints from Chinese students that their teaching material was 'offensive.'
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Telcos facing increased complaints

For the first time ever, complaints about internet services to the TIO are higher than complaints about mobile phones.
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Lambie targets political lobbying

Tasmanian Senator, Jacqui Lambie, is on a mission to tighten rules around political lobbying.
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NZ's relationship with Australia 'remains strong' says Ardern

New Zealand's new Labour Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, gives her first Australian interview since taking power.
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Philippines government propaganda war on the internet: journalist

The Duterte Government in the Philippines is driving a propaganda war on the back of the rising popularity of social media, especially Facebook, according to journalist, Maria Ressa

Australia lags behind in Indigenous political participation: expert

This week marks ten years since the United Nations adopted its first Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.