Doctors push for health record security

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广东时时彩11选五 www.yya1n.com.cn DOCTORS are willing to do “whatever it takes” to make sure patients’ health records aren’t handed over to police without a warrant.

Trump baby blimp bound for Oz

A six-meter high cartoon baby blimp of U.S. President Donald Trump is flown as a protest against his visit, in Parliament Square in London, England, Friday, July 13, 2018. Trump is making his first trip to Britain as president after a tense summit with NATO leaders in Brussels and on the heels of ruptures in British Prime Minister Theresa May's government because of the crisis over Britain's exit from the European Union. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

DONALD Trump complained it made him feel “unwelcome” in London. Now the Trump baby blimp may follow the President Down Under.

Calls for Emma Husar to be fired

Emma Husar is facing calls for the sack. Picture: Kym Smith

A SENIOR government frontbencher says disgraced Federal MP Emma Husar should be sacked and disendorsed as a Labor candidate if bullying allegations against her are proven to be true. FOLLOW OUR LIVE BLOG.

Power policy to save $550 a year on bills

A general view of a power bill from an energy retailer, in Adelaide, Wednesday, July 2, 2018. (AAP Image/David Mariuz) NO ARCHIVING

THERE are predictions Australian households could save $550 a year on their power bills — if one new policy is adopted.

Embattled Labor MP takes personal leave

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LABOR MP Emma Husar has taken personal leave as she faces an investigation into allegations of workplace bullying.

Lawless town’s extraordinary step

TENNANT CREEK

IT’S the town where kids are raped every week and forced to ram-raid shops just to eat. Its leaders have a bold idea to turn things around.

Pauline Hanson too tired to campaign

One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson speaks during a press conference outside Perth Airport in Perth on Friday, June 22, 2018. Pauline Hanson has travelled to Perth to help campaign in the Darling Range by-election for the One Nation candidate, Rod Caddies. (AAP Image/Richard Wainwright) NO ARCHIVING

THE One Nation vote could be crucial in deciding the result of a by-election to be held this weekend but leader Pauline Hanson is too “exhausted” to campaign.

Bill Shorten in danger of historic loss

Labor's Longman

LABOR leader Bill Shorten has just days of campaigning left to avoid an embarrassing failure that no opposition party has suffered in 100 years.

‘We took turns being her slave’

EMMA HUSAR

AN AUSTRALIAN MPs staff claim she treated each of them like a slave, forcing them to wash dishes and clean up after her dog.

Push for controversial new test

Human crowd forming a big Australian map on white background. Horizontal composition with copy space. Clipping path is included. Population and Social Media concept.

THERE are controversial calls for a new type of test to be added to test people who want to live in Australia.

Lib MP’s apology over MH17 comments

DO NOT USE, NO PERMISSION Pictured is the Maslin family. Mum Rin and dad Anthony. ( Front L-R ) Otis (8), Evie (10), and Mo (12). The three children were on board flight MH17 that was shot down over the Ukraine. This picture was supplied by family members of the Maslin's.

LIBERAL MP Craig Kelly has apologised over his comments about the MH17 tragedy and the Australian family that lost three children in the crash.

Military medal screw-up could cost PM

Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop speaks (right) as Liberal Candidate for Longman Trevor Ruthenberg looks on during a doorstop outside Atlas Heavy Engineering at Nerangba in the Queensland electoral Division of Longman, Monday, July 9, 2018. A new welding training centre was announced during following a tour of the engineering facility.(AAP Image/Dave Hunt) NO ARCHIVING

A CANDIDATE in a crucial by-election that could shore up the PM’s authority said he is “not sure why I wrote what I wrote” when he overstated his military record.

Turnbull’s African gangs admission

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull speaks to the media following a tour of the Peter McCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne, Monday, July 16, 2018. (AAP Image/Daniel Pockett) NO ARCHIVING

MELBOURNE can’t pretend “Sudanese gangs” don’t exist, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says.

Crackdown on ‘dodgy’ hire companies

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THE Opposition today is vowing to take on “dodgy” labour hire companies which undercut employment standards.

Australia ‘in the grip of ethnic activists’

Protestors are seen inside Customs House at Docklands, Melbourne, Wednesday, July 11, 2018. Protesters have occupied the lobby of the building and graffitied the exterior. Students have held protests in three locations across Melbourne, in order to highlight what they perceive as the roles corporations, governments and universities play in the cycle of war, climate change and refugee policy. (AAP Image/James Ross) NO ARCHIVING

THE number of people getting let into the country has dropped at the same time deportations ramp up — and Aussies are loving it.

Tactic driving Aussie voters crazy

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AS IF Aussie pollies weren’t on the nose enough, they are now increasingly using a painful technique to try to win your votes.

Turnbull really is preferred PM

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull speaks to media during a visit to Amaze Early Learning Centre, Ormeau, Gold Coast, Thursday, July 12, 2018. (AAPImage/David Clark) NO ARCHIVING

MALCOLM Turnbull has widened the gap as Australia’s preferred prime minister in the latest Newspoll, extending his lead over Bill Shorten.

Liberal MP resigns after corruption sting

NSW MP Daryl Maguire is seen leaving the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) in Sydney, Friday, July 13, 2018. (AAP Image/Erik Anderson) NO ARCHIVING

AN MP was secretly recorded bragging about a client with “mega money” and asking what cut he would get on a property deal.

New law that goes way too far

Blurbs

SURE, we need the government to weigh in on road rules and tax rates but, as Joe Hildebrand writes, it is not welcome in the bedroom.

Crackdown on ‘dodgy’ migrants

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OUR nation’s migration rate hasn’t been this low since 2007 and it’s all to do with Peter Dutton waging war on “fraudulent” claims.

How killer dad got his gun

A supplied image obtained on Friday, July 6, 2018 of John Edwards, 68. Two people, believed to be teenagers, have been killed during a shooting at a home in West Pennant Hills, in Sydney's north-west. (AAP Image/supplied) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

SERIOUS questions are being asked after a Sydney man dodged red flags to get the gun which he used to murdered his two children.

Question Aussies shouldn’t be asked

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THERE was a question in last year’s Census that caused a bit of controversy. Now there is a push for it to be changed in the next one.

The reason behind odd robocalls

Former politician Mark Latham speaks to the media during a press conference on the Save Australia Day Campaign Launch in Sydney, Wednesday, January 10, 2018. (AAP Image/Daniel Munoz) NO ARCHIVING

AT ONE time, the pair couldn’t stand each other. But now a common enemy has joined Pauline Hanson and Mark Latham together.

Latham blasted on live TV: ‘It’s really sad’

Former politician Mark Latham speaks to the media during a press conference on the Save Australia Day Campaign Launch in Sydney, Wednesday, January 10, 2018. (AAP Image/Daniel Munoz) NO ARCHIVING

CONTROVERSIAL former Labor leader Mark Latham has ruffled feathers again after he recorded a robocall for Pauline Hanson’s One Nation.

ALP veteran Macklin retires from politics

NDIS 5th birthday in Geelong

FORMER Labor deputy leader Jenny Macklin, regarded as one of the architects of the NDIS, has announced she is retiring from federal politics.

‘I won’t apologise’: Leyonhjelm rejects legal demand

David Leyonhjelm on Studio 10, July 4, 2018. Picture: Channel 10

DAVID Leyonhjelm has rejected Sarah Hanson-Young’s latest legal demand to apologise and says his fellow senator is “wasting her time”.

Test kicking Kiwis out of Australia

Taliesin O'Meara

IT’S a simple test that hundreds of Kiwis — including coward punchers and drug dealers — failed last year. But there’s a dark side to it.

ScoMo’s $7b pitch to the states

A receipt showing General Sales Tax (GST) is shown alongside Australian notes and coins in Sydney, Wednesday, July 4, 2018. (AAP Image/Sam Mooy) NO ARCHIVING

AS THE Treasurer announces his plan to give a bigger slice of GST pie to the states, we can say goodbye to any hopes of a Budget surplus.

Tony Abbott’s sneaky jab at PM

Former prime minister Tony Abbott during Question Time in the House of Representatives at Parliament House in Canberra, Thursday, June 28, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

TONY Abbott insists his latest crusade “isn’t about him”. But he couldn’t resist taking this not-so-subtle jab at Malcolm Turnbull on air.

How radical shake-up affects your state

Australia network

A RADICAL overhaul of how we divvy up tax revenue could see states score billions — but some will benefit more than others.

Do we want our reef to look like this?

Underwater vision of bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef, off Port Douglas taken on June 28, 2018. Source: Climate Council.

TIME is running out to save the Great Barrier Reef with a new report highlighting how much damage climate change has already done.

Reason behind Leyonhjelm’s rants

David Leyonhjelm on Studio 10, July 4, 2018. Picture: Channel 10

IF YOU think this guy has ramped up his rants in recent days, you’re not wrong. It’s all part of his plan and it’s working.

‘Why did you call me a b**ch?’

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ANGELA Bishop confronted David Leyonhjelm on live TV, asking why he called her a “b**ch”. His reply drew gasps from the audience.

Moment senator crossed the line

Virginia Trioli grills Senator David Leyonhjelm on 7.30. Picture: ABC

JOE Hildebrand was prepared to defend David Leyonhjelm, until the foul-mouthed senator made one big mistake.

How much you need to be ‘rich’

Australian Money

HOW many thousands do you need to accumulate before you can claim to be rich? The answer might surprise you.

‘Thin-skinned’ pollie’s worst slurs

Senate Question Time

DAVID Leyonhjelm has had limited success with his war on Australia’s “Nanny State”, but he’s managed to offend plenty of people.

Truth behind Labor leadership tussle

Federal opposition leader Bill Shorten during his address at the NSW Labor Annual State Conference at the Sydney Town Hall, Sydney, Sunday, July 1, 2018. (AAP Image/Ben Rushton) NO ARCHIVING

THERE has been plenty of talk of a challenge to Bill Shorten as Labor leader, but there’s a big issue standing in the way.

Shorten’s embarrassing backdown

Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten during Question Time in the House of Representatives at Parliament House in Canberra, Thursday, June 28, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

AFTER just four days, Bill Shorten has been forced into an embarrassing back down over planned tax cuts.

Albo’s Today show masterstroke

Anthony Albanese on the Today show. Picture: Channel 9

THE TV segment seems innocuous, but it is actually a piece of genius. And it could be a key ingredient in a play for the Labor leadership.

Malcolm Turnbull’s other big ambition

PM Job

HE ROSE from a journalist to prime minister. But now, Malcolm Turnbull’s other surprising ambition has been revealed in former foreign minister Bob Carr’s new book.

‘You should stop shagging men’

Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young speaks before the Income Tax vote in the Senate Chamber at Parliament House in Canberra, Thursday, June 21, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

A FEDERAL senator refused to apologise after swearing and telling a female senator to “stop shagging men”.

‘Big disturbing idea’ we must consider

The Australian flag against clear blue sky

AUSTRALIA could soon be caught in a major global battle between two superpowers — and our current approach is all wrong.

Grim vision for Australia in 2035

Weather

FROM buying tickets for the beach to being choked by apartment blocks, the news ain’t good for Australia’s future.

Grieving mother’s chilling letter

Fariborz Karami letter. Picture: Supplied

A GRIEVING mother has taken aim at the Aussie government in a harrowing letter she wrote shortly after her son tragically took his own life.

Corporate tax cuts put on ice

Senate Chamber

DESPITE its best efforts, the Turnbull Government has been unable to pass business tax cuts. It will now delay the plan until at least August.

Labor MP’s trainwreck interview

Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten during Question Time in the House of Representatives at Parliament House in Canberra, Tuesday, June 26, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

A LITTLE-KNOWN Labor MP has refused to endorse leader Bill Shorten’s “captain’s call” on tax cuts in a trainwreck interview.

Hanson’s baffling take on tax cuts

Pauline Hanson

“I HAVEN’T flip-flopped. I said no originally, then I said yes, then I have said no and I have stuck to it.” Welcome to the particular logic of Hanson-ese.

Deal that made PM his millions

PM PRESSER

MALCOLM Turnbull is donating his entire $528,000 annual salary to charity. But it was one deal that made the PM his millions.

Labor to take away tax cuts

Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten during Question Time in the House of Representatives at Parliament House in Canberra, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

BILL Shorten has made a surprise announcement, declaring his party would take away already legislated tax cuts from 14,000 Australian businesses if elected.

Why attacks on Turnbull will backfire

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull during Question Time in the House of Representatives at Parliament House in Canberra, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

MALCOLM Turnbull’s enemies are going hard on him over his wealth, accusing him of simply helping his rich mates, but this is why their attack just won’t work.

$7 billion splurge on new weapon

US Australia Defense Drone

AUSTRALIA’S government will spend almost $7 billion on new military hardware for use in the South China Sea.

MPs accused of being drunk on the job

First female speaker, Shelley Hancock, Liberal MP for South Coast. NSW State question time held at the Legislative Assembly Chamber, Parliament House, Sydney.

SEVERAL Labor MPs described as “blockheads” and “idiots” have been accused of being drunk during Question Time.

Natalie opens up on explosive interview

MUST RUN IMAGE IN FULL MUST CREDIT Paul Suesse/The Australian’s Women’s Weekly MUST REFERENCE JULY 2018 ISSUE, ON SALE TOMORROW MUST RUN WITH COVER GROUP RIGHTS WEB AND PRINT - ONE TIME USE Natalie Joyce breaks her silence: "In an exclusive interview for The Australian’s Women’s Weekly, the former Second Lady, Natalie Joyce, breaks her silence on the worst two years of her life, the moment she confronted her husband Barnaby Joyce's mistress and how the love and support of the greater rural community saved her." Picture: Paul Suesse/The Australian’s Women’s Weekly Source: https://www.nowtolove.com.au/news/local-news/natalie-joyce-breaks-her-silence-49318

THE estranged wife of Barnaby Joyce has taken to Facebook to reveal how her tell-all interview was a “cathartic experience”.

Turnbull attacked for having money

Labor's new ad against Malcolm Turnbull's tax plan

PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has blasted a new campaign from Labor, saying he was only being targeted because he had money.

Mental health funding boost to plug gaps

Australian Health Minister Greg Hunt speaks during House of Representatives Question Time at Parliament House in Canberra, Thursday, June 21, 2018. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

AN extra $160 million in funding will help Australians with mental illness and psychosocial disability who aren’t otherwise covered by the NDIS, the Health Minister has announced.

We weren’t soft on bankers: ASIC

ASIC Boss

THE Royal Commission has hit the banks hard, but ASIC’s reputation has taken a beating too. Now the corporate watchdog is fighting back, arguing it has jailed 160 dodgy operators since 2011.

Word coming back to haunt Labor

Shorten

WITH the government’s tax cuts passing through Parliament, Labor is flirting with reusing a tactic that was a political disaster 17 years ago.

Natalie Joyce called Vikki a ‘home-wrecking wh***’

BJ and family

BARNABY Joyce’s estranged wife Natalie has told of the moment she confronted Vikki Campion after she suspected she was after her husband.

‘Australia’s in no position to be superior’

Yassmin Abdel-Magied

YASSMIN Abdel-Magied has weighed into the furore over Donald Trump’s controversy “zero tolerance” policy with a point that hits uncomfortably close to home.

Australia is in a democratic death spiral

Glowing Blue Earth Australia and New Zealand

YOUNG Australians have had a gutful of the state of politics, and shocking new research shows just how disillusioned they are.

Barnaby’s wife breaks her silence

Midwinter Ball 2017

BARNABY Joyce’s estranged wife has spoken out about her husband’s affair, saying she thinks he’s on the verge of a breakdown.

How much tax you’ll get back

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AUSTRALIANS will get a cash boost after the government’s tax cuts passed the Senate. This is what it means for you.

China’s brazen power play

Chinese and Australian aid in the Pacific.

WITH cash to burn, China now has the power to disrupt the rest of the world — and its first targets are a big problem for us.

No tax cuts for low income earners

Focus on an Australian two dollar coin

LOW income earners won’t get July 1 personal tax cuts following the Opposition’s strategic decision to oppose the full Government package of reductions.

Comment puts Abbott into fits of giggles

Former prime minister Tony Abbott during Question Time in the House of Representatives at Parliament House in Canberra, Thursday, May 10, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

WHEN a radio host laid into Malcolm Turnbull and his performance, rival Tony Abbott just couldn’t help himself.

Crazy number of accidental senators

Labor Senator David Smith at a swearing-in ceremony in the Senate chamber at Parliament House in Canberra, Monday, June 18, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

SINCE the citizenship scandal threw Australian politics into crisis, there have been a staggering number of senators representing you, despite not having won one vote.

Palmer cops a spray at press conference

Former One Nation Senator Brian Burston and businessman Clive Palmer leave a press conference after a water sprinkler is turned on at Parliament House in Canberra, Monday, June 18, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

THINGS didn’t go quite to plan when former One Nation senator Brian Burston confirmed he would join Clive Palmer’s new party.

Disbelief over push to sell ABC

Supplied ABC logo

THE Turnbull Government is distancing itself from a push to sell the ABC after the Liberal federal council voted in favour of privatising the public broadcaster.

Coalition trails Labor, Newspoll reveals

A double exposure of Australian Opposition Leader Bill Shorten (left) and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull during House of Representatives Question Time at Parliament House in Canberra, Wednesday, May 9, 2018. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

POPULAR support for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has reached 40 per cent for the first time in two years, the latest Newspoll shows.

Barnaby’s brother ‘in intensive care’

Nationals MP Barnaby Joyce reacts during House of Representatives Question Time at Parliament House in Canberra, Tuesday, May 29, 2018. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

EMBATTLED MP Barnaby Joyce has pulled out of the Nationals’ state conference to be with his brother, who has terminal cancer.

‘Gone Nation’: Another blow for Pauline

Pauline Hanson Breaks Down on The Bolt Report

ANOTHER One Nation senator has quit the party after a bitter war of words that will no doubt crush Pauline Hanson.

Almost 1m Aussies can’t speak English

Glowing Blue Earth Australia and New Zealand

ALMOST one million Australians can’t speak English according to the government, with that figure set to rise in the next three years.

Brutal front page eviscerates Turnbull

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnball accused for not caring about NT issues.

A SCATHING newspaper front page has laid into Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for ignoring a crisis at the heart of Australia.

One Nation senator quits

Pauline Hanson - Australian senator arrives UK

PAULINE Hanson’s One Nation has been left with just two federal members, with Brian Burston resigning over a lack of “democracy” in the party.

YouTube star to ‘cause chaos’ in Australia

Instagram images of A CONTROVERSIAL far-right activist banned from Britain for distribution racist will tour Sydney and Melbourne in July. Lauren Southern, who was previously worked for Rebel Media – an organization previously associated with Mark Latham – will head to Australia after courting controversy around the world including supporting the “white identitarian” outfit Defend Europe by blocking search-and-rescue boats trying to help shipwrecked migrants in the Mediterranean. Source: @laurencheriie

SHE has been banned from visiting Britain, but controversial YouTube star Lauren Southern won’t let that stop her from causing “chaos” here.

Up to $150k for child sex abuse survivors

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull addresses the Seniors Forum at the Sandstone Point Hotel alongside LNP Candidate for Longman, Trevor Ruthenberg, in Brisbane, Thursday, June 7, 2018. (AAP Image/Glenn Hunt) NO ARCHIVING

THE Prime Minister has revealed the Federal Government’s response to the Royal Commission into institutional child sexual abuse.

Why Aussies are ‘entitled to whinge’

Australian One Hundred Dollar Bills

THE economy is improving and Aussies are working harder than ever. But many workers still aren’t getting pay rises. Here’s why.

Shorten cops ‘unpopular’ question on live TV

Q and A Bill Shorten

BILL Shorten spoke to “everyday” Australians on Q&A last night. And the Opposition Leader expertly handled one tough question.

Photo that stopped Vikki, Barnaby

Sharri Markson Barnaby Joyce

BARNABY Joyce and Vikki Campion had a major complaint with how their baby news was broken. But this photo may disprove that.

Barnaby’s angry run-in with pap

Former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce during Question Time in the House of Representatives at Parliament House in Canberra, Tuesday, May 29, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

BARNABY Joyce has posted footage of an altercation with a photographer who accused the former deputy PM of threatening to punch him.

Elite soldier kicked father of seven off cliff: report

Exclusive. Tarin Kowt Memorial. The Australian Patrol base in Tarin Kowt, Uruzgan province southern Afghanistan is packing up and the Diggers are going home. The names of 114 coalition soldiers who have lost their lives in Afghanistan are on a memorial wall next to the main dinning facility. When the troops leave the memorial wall is to be destroyed and buried. The names of 40 Aussies are on the wall and the remaining diggers are not happy the memorial wall is being left behind. Picture: Ramage Gary

DEFENCE Minister Marise Payne has defended the work of special forces soldiers after disturbing claims of war crimes were made against ADF members in Afghanistan.

Uni degree that’s become a joke

CM Postgraduate Studies feature - generic students at a library

IT IS the university degree so contentious that the Prime Minister has gotten involved. But this is why it’s become a laughing stock.

The problem with this front cover

Front cover of Honi Soit

A SYDNEY student newspaper has come under fire for “inciting violence” after it featured a suicide bomber on its front page.

‘Kick rapists out of the country’

Ch 7 Live

A WOMAN who was repeatedly raped by a gang of brothers when she was 14 wants her attackers to be deported.

Sydney slammed as ‘city of no one’

The normally bustling Oxford Street, Sydney was almost deserted on a Tuesday morning, where just 24 hours earlier it was packed with party goers out for the long weekend. Thousands of people usually visit the busy strip although with the cold and wet weather it may have kept people indoors. Pics Bill Hearne

SYDNEY is now soulless as the “last bastions of fun” are shut down, says the founder of a new political party. These five things need to happen.

Harassment claim was ‘final straw’: Joyce

20180529: News Corp: Canberra: NEWS: Parliament House Question Time. Nationals Member for New England Barnaby Joyce during Question Time in The House of Representatives at Parliament House in Canberra. Picture: Sean Davey/ News Corp Australia

BARNABY Joyce has declared he wants the sexual harassment complaint against him to be resolved as soon as possible, as colleagues urge him to quit politics.

The suburbs that will be worse off

Australian Money

THE areas that will be the worst off under tax changes have been revealed, while the PM’s own Sydney seat will be best off.

Nats will force Joyce out: Windsor

Nationals MP Barnaby Joyce reacts during House of Representatives Question Time at Parliament House in Canberra, Tuesday, May 29, 2018. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

BARNABY Joyce’s political nemesis Tony Windsor believes the beleaguered former deputy PM will bow out before the next election - and hasn’t ruled out contesting the seat of New England.

Calls for the dole to increase

SUN4MON - Centrelink

THERE are calls for the dole to be increased from $273 a week — $400 less than the minimum wage — because it creates a cycle of disadvantage.

Barnaby Joyce’s defiant stand

Screen grabs of Vikki Campion and Barnaby Joyce during their first interview since the birth of their baby - interviewed on Channel Seven’s Sunday Night program, 03 June 2018. Credit: Channel 7

DESPITE pressure from his own party to stand down, Barnaby Joyce has defiantly announced his political future.

‘Suck it up’: Q&A panel’s big blow-up

Jacqui Lambie on Q and A

JACQUI Lambie is known for saying exactly what she thinks and she certainly didn’t hold back on the Q&A panel last night.

‘I’m a rent-a-root’: Vikki responds

Screen grabs of Vikki Campion and Barnaby Joyce during their first interview since the birth of their baby - interviewed on Channel Seven’s Sunday Night program, 03 June 2018. Credit: Channel 7

AFTER a day of backlash from its “soft” interview, Seven has dropped a part two, revealing the answers viewers “didn’t see”.

Barnaby-Vikki reporter hits back

Supplied Editorial Fwd: Barnaby Interview Screen Grabs

THE man who scored the “tell-all” interview with Barnaby Joyce and Vikki Campion has explained why answers to some big questions never made it to air.

One thing missing from Barnaby interview

Supplied Editorial Fwd: Barnaby Interview Screen Grabs

THEY took swipes at the PM and unnamed “scum of the earth”. But there was one glaring omission from Barnaby Joyce and Vikki Campion.

Interview reveals the key deception

Screen grabs of Vikki Campion and Barnaby Joyce during their first interview since the birth of their baby - interviewed on Channel Seven’s Sunday Night program, 03 June 2018. Credit: Channel 7

IT WAS the tell-all interview that Barnaby Joyce and Vikki Campion hoped would tell their side of the story. Instead it revealed a key issue.

‘Hurt’ Vikki slaps down Barnaby

Screen grabs of Vikki Campion and Barnaby Joyce during their first interview since the birth of their baby - interviewed on Channel Seven’s Sunday Night program, 03 June 2018. Credit: Channel 7

VIEWERS cringed all over again as the couple clashed over a shocking statement Mr Joyce made at the time of the scandal.

Labor seats at risk in by-elections, new poll reveals

Bill Shorten

FEDERAL Labor would have lost two of its seats if by-elections caused by the citizenship debacle had been held this weekend, but Bill Shorten’s leadership remains ‘secure’.

One Nation senator refuses to resign

Senate Committee

IN ANOTHER blow to One Nation and its leader Pauline Hanson, Brian Burston is refusing to quit his senate seat after being asked to resign.

Hanson sacks rogue One Nation senator

One Nation leader Senator Pauline Hanson at a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra, Thursday, May 31, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

PAULINE Hanson has sacked Brian Burston from her One Nation party and demanded he quit the Senate as the fallout from the party’s infighting over the Coalition’s tax cuts intensifies.

Sneaky tactic behind Pauline’s tears

Pauline Hanson Breaks Down on The Bolt Report

PAULINE Hanson broke down in tears just as her interview was about to wrap up. This is why you shouldn’t feel sorry for her.

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