It was all back-door deals and prime-ministerial jumping castles in Canberra this week, writes Senator Derryn Hinch.
Senator Ian Macdonald, the official Senate Grinch, continues to spread Christmas jeer after losing out over same-sex marriage amendments.
Passing the marriage equality bill through the lower house, travelling to remote India to meet with the Dalai Lama; it's business as usual for Senator Derryn Hinch
The parliamentary love-in over Jacqui Lambie obscures her track record as a passionate advocate for Islamophobic and anti-immigrant policies, writes Kara Schlegl
The clock is ticking on Dutton's citizenship rules after a motion from the Greens and some lucky timing.
Derryn Hinch reflects upon the pelvic mesh Senate inquiry and why political name-calling is ramping up already.
Behind the scene Senate dealings lead me to believe there are those in the Labor camp who would vote No on same-sex marriage, writes Derryn Hinch, but why do they refuse to say so?
Derryn Hinch reflects on how questions about his citizenship inadvertently started this now Government threatening dual citizenship debacle.
All senators have to fight for their seats in a double dissolution election, but some are only elected for three years. How do we determine who gets the short straw?