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Socially liberal Liberal women spell trouble for the party’s conservative rump

Quality women candidates have been reaching and getting knocked back from Liberal Party preselection panels en masse for two decades. What's so different now?

Who is Gareth Ward, the MP accused of bullying colleagues?

While accusations of bullying in parliament have continued behind closed doors, one alleged perpetrator has been publicly named by departing MP Ann Sudmalis: Gareth Ward.

If it’s bullying and criminality Morrison wants, he can do better than the CFMMEU

For years the government has railed at the bullying and intimidation of the CFMMEU. Seems those problems are a little closer to home.

How much ‘rough and tumble’ should women tolerate in politics?

Liberal MP for Chisholm Julia Banks' resignation citing bullying and intimidation this week has set off a domino effect. We asked two experienced female politicians how big the problem is, and what should be done.

Craig Laundy. Image credit: Jeremy Ng/AAP

Laundy calls for bullying panel

Good morning, early birds. A Liberal MP calls on his party to set up an official process for dealing with bullying claims. Plus, the CEO of the Australian Energy Council hits back at Energy Minister Angus Taylor. It's the news you need to know, with Natasha Grivas.

So, you’ve been accused of bullying: what are your rights in the workplace?

When it comes to upholding the competing rights of accusers and accused in workplace bullying cases, the legislation doesn't really cut it.

Crikey Worm: former TV host accused of indecent assault

Good morning, early birds. Former channel Nine star Don Burke has been accused of indecent assault and bullying. While we're still not sure who won the Queensland state election at the weekend, we're pretty sure we know who lost it. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.

McCain’s frozen peace: why the media swooned for a Republican’s cliched US exceptionalism

McCain's rhetoric leant heavily on the idea of the "bully". “Bullying” has come, rather craftily, to signify anything one doesn’t like, from the stuff I write in Crikey to the PRC’s economic growth, writes Helen Razer.

SBS an ‘absurdist and dystopian’ bullying culture: whistleblowers

Whistleblowers at the multicultural broadcaster say they keep quiet for the sake of their jobs but describe SBS' "dark heart".

You’re being bullied at work. Now what?

What rights did an apprentice was bullied at Quality Carpentry and Building Maintenance have? Crikey intern Charlie Lewis finds out what legal rights bullied workers have.

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