As soon as the budget was through, the High Court spared no time in pulling the plug on the latest slew of parliamentary dual citizens.
The section 44 brouhaha has dragged on so long, and unless we get tougher there's no end in sight, writes senator Derryn Hinch
Less than less than 18 months after getting re-elected, Xenophon announces he’s going home. He’s quitting the Senate to go play in the South Australian state election next year as a small pond powerbroker/kingmaker/self-promoter.
Derryn Hinch wonders about Bill Shorten's dress sense and Malcolm Turnbull's ability to make hay while the clean-energy sun shines.
How the protocol for the budget lock-up on Tuesday night almost caused a parliamentary crisis.
Senator Derryn Hinch wonders: if we have a separation of church and state, why does each day in Parliament start with the Protestant Lord's Prayer?