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A Senate committee has quietly omitted the public interest from its consideration of how lobbying is currently regulated.

Keane: major parties squib lobbying reforms

A Senate committee has quietly omitted the public interest from its consideration of how lobbying is currently regulated.

Coalition MPs are hot under the collar about bans on bibles at citizenship ceremonies. They should give their former colleague Gary Hardgrave a call.

The Coalition’s shock bible scandal horror

Coalition MPs are hot under the collar about bans on bibles at citizenship ceremonies. They should give their former colleague Gary Hardgrave a call.

A bit of a Tony Abbott faux pas at the launch of Liberal Senator Guy Barnett’s new guidebook for lobbyists and those who watch lobbyists, <em>Make a Difference</em>, reports <em>Crikey</em> intern <b>Tiernan Kelly</b>.

Poachers and gamekeepers mingle to Make A Difference

A bit of a Tony Abbott faux pas at the launch of Liberal Senator Guy Barnett’s new guidebook for lobbyists and those who watch lobbyists, Make a Difference, reports Crikey intern Tiernan Kelly.

There's a renewed push to ban the DVD of Pasolini's <em>Salo</em>. Who needs the DVD when you can download it? asks<b>Bernard Keane</b> and<em> Crikey</em> intern <b>Tiernan Kelly</b>.

Film bans — an analog restriction for a digital age

There's a renewed push to ban the DVD of Pasolini's Salo. Who needs the DVD when you can download it? asksBernard Keane and Crikey intern Tiernan Kelly.

Ah, lobbyists. Ringing mates to get something fixed still has some relevance in NSW but elsewhere in Australia it is nearing its use-by-date, writes <b>Noel Turnbull</b>.

On the road to Canberra

Ah, lobbyists. Ringing mates to get something fixed still has some relevance in NSW but elsewhere in Australia it is nearing its use-by-date, writes Noel Turnbull.

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