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NSW filibuster for the tragics, but there’s bigger stuff at stake

Crikey June 6, 2011 26 Comments

This weekend the norms of NSW parliamentary procedure were put to the test with a total of more than 29 hours of debate and the first use of the “guillotine” rule to cut off debate since 1906, writes David Mallard, lecturer, political analyst and blogger.

NSW election not entirely a no-brainer

Crikey March 25, 2011 13 Comments

Well, here we all are then. Election eve. This is it. The end of 16 years of Labor rule.

The Newhouse resignation letter that won’t be buried

Crikey January 11, 2008 3 Comments

The bizarre affair of Labor candidate George Newhouse’s candidacy in Malcolm Turnbull’s Sydney seat of Wentworth at the November Federal Election is still bubbling away very nicely, writes Alex Mitchell.