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Mayne: Doyle takes control of town hall, but could there be an appeal?

Mayne: Doyle takes control of town hall, but could there be an appeal?

Stephen MayneMar 23, 2017

Time is running out to counter the Melbourne lord mayor's new-found majority control.

The devil in the details of Brandis' 18C legislation

The devil in the details of Brandis' 18C legislation

Josh TaylorMar 23, 20172 Comments

Brandis' new 18C legislation means significant process changes for the Australian Human Rights Commission.

Liberals in crisis: the search for a unifying leader

Liberals in crisis: the search for a unifying leader

Bernard Keane and Josh TaylorMar 23, 201713 Comments

The Liberal Party needs a leader who can govern from the centre but placate its radical base. It's unclear if it can produce one, write Bernard Keane and Josh Taylor.

Hinch's Senate Diary: 'I was one cross crossbencher this week'

Hinch's Senate Diary: 'I was one cross crossbencher this week'

Derryn HinchMar 23, 20172 Comments

Senator Derryn Hinch explains why he pushed the government to agree to support his amendment cutting childcare subsidies.

Government gets off the omnibus and onto good policy

Government gets off the omnibus and onto good policy

Bernard KeaneMar 23, 2017

It may not be much, but the government will get a deserved legislative win on its childcare package, funded by Family Tax Benefit cuts.

How and why the courts were able to smack down Trump's Muslim ban for a second time

How and why the courts were able to smack down Trump's Muslim ban for a second time

Michael BradleyMar 23, 20171 Comment

A lot of it had to do with a particular constitutional clause concerning the separation of church and state.

Pampered ideologues mislead us on 'stigma' and mental health

Pampered ideologues mislead us on 'stigma' and mental health

Helen RazerMar 23, 20178 Comments

Australia is overrun with old blokes who have no plans to address the escalating pain of real survival.

Sorry, Malcolm, but multicultural Australia is not 'united, strong, successful'

Sorry, Malcolm, but multicultural Australia is not 'united, strong, successful'

Irfan YusufMar 23, 20172 Comments

And guess whose fault that is?

Things are about to get rocky for the banks as regulators pull them ashore

Bernard Keane and Glenn DyerMar 22, 20177 Comments

While a banking inquiry draws ever nearer, property investment lending is now in the target sights of financial regulators as concerns about apartment building grow, write Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer.

Poll Bludger: Western Australian Liberals in recovery after election drubbing

Poll Bludger: Western Australian Liberals in recovery after election drubbing

William BoweMar 22, 20173 Comments

The party's 22 elected members now face an uphill battle to stage an electoral comeback.

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