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Tips and rumours

Leyonhjelm uses his speech freely … No Land Tax still promising payment … the PM’s message on mute …

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Media briefs: Leyonhjelm on ACMA … ITV eyes Mol … rising son …

Libertarian Senator David Leyonhjelm says radio stations air prank calls all the time. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Tips and rumours

Abbott’s comments reveal more than a gaffe … government funded tweets … Leyonhjelm’s cat’s nine lives …

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SBS ad averaging bill likely to be stymied in the Senate

Unless it can secure the support of the Palmer United Party, which is looking unlikely, the Government will not have the votes it needs to change the SBS Act to allow ad averaging.

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Tips and rumours

Who’s a “friend of Joe”? … leaves are falling in Canberra … happy birthday to Rupert! …

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Tips and rumours

Where is the Immigration Secretary going? He doesn’t know … Q and A and Lateline to clash … how to fix leaks with an esky …

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Not all right-wingers …

Crikey readers have their say on gun ownership and Abbott’s cabinet reshuffle.

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Tips and rumours

The PM believes in radio … working for the dole as a journo … preference gossip in Victoria …

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iSentia index: terrorism, asylum seekers and George Clooney’s wedding

The marriage of the world’s (formerly) most eligible bachelor was light relief in a week of grim news.

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iSentia index: everyone’s talking terror

Jacqui Lambie is punching well above her weight in media mentions, and the nation’s media talks terrorism.

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Tips and rumours

Ministers’ defensive manouvres … Palmer’s Coolum competition … Leyonhjelm’s staff an interesting bunch

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It’s OK, we’ve already got a royal commission into super…

Actually, there is a royal commission underway into superannuation — except it’s part of the government’s anti-union witch-hunt.

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Gunning for freedom, Leyonhjelm style

Senator-elect David Leyonhjelm’s comment that John Howard ‘deserved to be shot’ illustrates a problem all too often at the heart of libertarianism.

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NSW shooters bring out federal big guns in parkland battle

A stretch of parkland south-east of Sydney has become a federal political hot potato, with an incoming senator promising to block the budget unless it is given to the rifle club. Crikey writers Paddy Manning and Melanie Garrick report.

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Greens and Labor move to end microparty double dipping

A loophole that allows the same person to serve as the registered officer for more than one political party is likely to be closed.

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