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Published a story 5:24pm Oct 24th

THE Federal Finance Minister has confirmed a royal commission into the Commonwealth Bank's financial planners will not go ahead.

No royal commission into CBA financial planners

24 Oct 2014

THE Federal Finance Minister has confirmed a royal commission into the Commonwealth Bank's financial planners will not go ahead.

Published a story 4:11pm Oct 23rd

PRIME Minister Tony Abbott has described a fatal attack on Canadian soil as an affront to Australia’s parliament.

Abbott says Canada is family

23 Oct 2014

PRIME Minister Tony Abbott has described a fatal attack on Canadian soil as an affront to Australia’s parliament.

Published a story 5:57pm Oct 22nd

THE government hopes the 36 changes made to its controversial "foreign fighters" legislation will help it get through parliament next week.

Concerns remain despite foreign fighters bill changes

22 Oct 2014

THE government hopes the 36 changes made to its controversial "foreign fighters" legislation will help it get through parliament next week.

Published a story 6:06am Oct 22nd

How Australia reacted to the death of Gough Whitlam, and what the Labor leader meant for our history

Australia remembers Gough Whitlam, a Labor titan

22 Oct 2014

How Australia reacted to the death of Gough Whitlam, and what the Labor leader meant for our history

Published a story 4:15pm Oct 21st

SENIOR Labor Senator John Faulkner has remembered Gough Whitlam as a visionary and a courageous leader at a caucus meeting in Canberra.

Whitlam came into office four days a week until recently

22 Oct 2014

SENIOR Labor Senator John Faulkner has remembered Gough Whitlam as a visionary and a courageous leader at a caucus meeting in Canberra.

Published a story 7:57pm Oct 16th

A SENIOR lawyer has told a Senate inquiry that Wheat Board executives were aware of payments that went to Saddam Hussein's regime.

AWB knew of Saddam deal

17 Oct 2014

A SENIOR lawyer has told a Senate inquiry that Wheat Board executives were aware of payments that went to Saddam Hussein's regime.

Published a story 6:54am Oct 7th

DESPITE claims regional universities will not suffer under higher education reforms, the regional universities sector remains resolute in its call for help.

Regional unis push for cash to cope with changes

7 Oct 2014

DESPITE claims regional universities will not suffer under higher education reforms, the regional universities sector remains resolute in its call for help.

Published a story 6:52am Oct 6th

THE regional universities sector remains resolute in its call for a $100 million package to help adjust to the deregulated market.

Universities need $100m

5 Oct 2014

THE regional universities sector remains resolute in its call for a $100 million package to help adjust to the deregulated market.

Published a story 8:22pm Oct 5th

A KEY Senate crossbencher has lent his support to a transport union-led campaign to stop the Abbott Government repealing a road safety tribunal.

Truckers' lives on the line as Muir moves to act

6 Oct 2014

A KEY Senate crossbencher has lent his support to a transport union-led campaign to stop the Abbott Government repealing a road safety tribunal.

Published a story 6:20pm Oct 5th

GLADSTONE Ports Corporation was given a permit to remove seagrasses during dredging in conflict with approvals meant to prevent damage, investigations reveal.

Seagrass removal permit in conflict with approvals

6 Oct 2014

GLADSTONE Ports Corporation was given a permit to remove seagrasses during dredging in conflict with approvals meant to prevent damage, investigations reveal.

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