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Labor could have headed chaplains off at the pass

The High Court’s declared the federal government’s funding of chaplaincy programs in state schools unconstitutional. It’s another sign the constitution needs serious reform.

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Blame the states when RBA lifts rates

When the Reserve Bank lifts interest rates next Tuesday and again either in December or February, you can thank the lazy, fat, rapacious State Governments.

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WA poll 1: Conservatives should stitch a winning patchwork

Conservative politics has a new hero in Colin Barnett, who in just five weeks has transformed the WA Liberal Party from feather-duster to rooster, writes Poll Bludger William Bowe.

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WA election 2: Crunching the one-vote one-value seat by seat

On paper Labor has a handy buffer, but a lot of its seats are tougher than the notional margins make them appear, writes Poll Bludger.

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WA election 1: Carpenter makes Barnett look like a fairy godmother

Premier Carpenter is not liked, however apparently no one has bothered to tell the Labor Party who have run a presidential style campaign based entirely upon Carpenter, writes Noel Crichton-Browne.

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The WA Liberals: no place for a woman

When nominations closed on Friday, it was revealed the Liberals had managed a grand total of six female lower house candidates out of 58, writes William Bowe.

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WA poll: Barnett falters on daylight and the shops

The Western Australian Liberal Party stumbled badly on two issues this week, writes Noel Crichton-Browne.

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One last appeal to democracy in Tasmania

A ‘last ditch’ community petition to the Tasmanian Upper House has netted some 20,000 signatures in just a few weeks. The petition calls for a return to democratic process, equal treatment for all and public participation in planning, writes Mike Bolan.

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