Vote "No" in referendum

Video Published: 11 Mar 2016

Prof. Graeme Orr puts the case to vote "No" in the forthcoming referendum for longer parliamentary terms.

Election, Parliament, Referendum, Vote

Would this be too much even for Derryn Hinch?

Story Published: 22 Jun 2016

Senate candidate Derryn Hinch says he would use Parliamentary Privilege to name pedophiles if the courts get it wrong.

Editors Picks, Federal Election 2016, Parliament, Senate, Sex Offenders

Vote "Yes" in referendum

Video Published: 11 Mar 2016

Ian Walker puts the case for a "Yes" vote in the referendum for longer parliamentary terms.

Election, Parliament, Referendum, Vote

Why Jo-Ann Miller broke down about black lung

Story Published: 19 Aug 2016

My father, my grandfathers and my great grandfathers went to work, but they did not go to work to die.

Black Lung, Coal, Inquiry, Jo-Ann Miller, Mining, Parliament, Royal Commission

Greyhound crackdown not precursor to harness racing ban

Story Published: 2 Aug 2016

MORE than a thousand protesters have marched to Parliament House in Sydney against the New South Wales Government’s plan to...

Ban, Betting, Editors Picks, Gambling, Luke Foley, Mike Baird, Nsw Politics, Parliament, Racing, Tab, Troy Grant

Abbott and Hanson share cozy pre-parliament sit down

Story Published: 31 Aug 2016

Tony Abbott tells Pauline Hanson: "there are half-a-million people who voted for you and you'll be a strong voice for their...

Abbott, Editors Picks, Friendly, Parliament, Pauline Hanson, Sit Down, Tony Abbott

Backbenchers to push for changes to race hate laws

Story Published: 30 Aug 2016

COALITION backbenchers in the Senate are set to support the latest push to water down the nation's race hate laws.

Coalition, Cory Bernadi, Parliament, Politics, Race

Legal poppies will make you die, not high

Story Published: 26 Aug 2016

A NEW crop will be popping up across the state after all sides of politics agreed to lift a ban on poppy seed farming for...

Agriculture, Farming, Heroin, Legalisation, Nsw, Opiates, Parliament, Politics, Poppy

Are ghosts lurking in Queensland's Parliament House?

Story Published: 24 Mar 2015

PLENTY of political careers have died there - but Queensland Parliament House holds more than one skeleton in her...

Editors Picks, Ghosts, Haunted, Parliament

Govt shuts down escape for those with welfare debts

Story Published: 4 Mar 2016

PEOPLE with welfare debts will be chased indefinitely for the money, barred from travelling overseas and face interest...

Malcolm Turnbull, Parliament, Politics, Welfare