The Federal Government's $23.5 billion school funding package passes the Senate, in a significant victory for the Coalition ahead of the long parliamentary break.
In this week's dispatch from the red chamber, Senator Derryn Hinch reveals an emotional moment in Parliament, Christopher Pyne's pep talk and why he's calling a One Nation Senator a bastard. The post Hinch’s Senate Diary: which Labor MPs intimidate the Coalition in question time? appeared first on Crikey.
Attorney-General George Brandis is labelled "evasive" and accused of trying curtail the independence of the solicitor-general by a Labor- and Greens-controlled Senate inquiry.
Buenos Aires - Argentina's leftist ex-president Cristina Kirchner launched a new party Tuesday to fight in legislative elections, raising ...
South Australian independent senator Lucy Gichuhi has given the Turnbull government and education minister Simon Birmingham the numbers they needs to break the deadlock on its schools funding package. More »
For the first time, healthy Australians will be able to have their whole genome sequenced to reveal their risks of cancers and genetic conditions, but at $6,000 without a Medicare rebate, the test does not come cheap.
In lashing out wildly on Twitter this week Donald Trump appears to show that he's a very worried man.