Sacked police minister Jo-Ann Miller quits Cabinet

Story Published: 4 Dec 2015

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk sacked Ms Miller as Police Minister on Thursday night – but did not say Ms Miller would be...

Cabinet, Jo Ann Miller, Parliament, Politics

Ruddock to leave Parliament, will focus on human rights

Story Published: 8 Feb 2016

FEDERAL parliament’s long-serving Liberal MP, Philip Ruddock, will retire from the Canberra hot house to become Australia’s...

Parliament, Politics

Are ghosts lurking in Queensland's Parliament House?

Story Published: 24 Mar 2015

PLENTY of political careers have died there - but Queensland Parliament House holds more than one skeleton in her...

Editors Picks, Ghosts, Haunted, Parliament

Parliament to purchase artwork for Centenary of ANZAC

Story Published: 2 Dec 2015

MACKAY artists who have created works to commemorate the Centenary of ANZAC could have their efforts recognised by the...

Anzac, Artists, Artwork, George Christensen, Mackay, Parliament

Heat rises again on embattled Mal Brough in Parliament

Story Published: 3 Dec 2015

UNDER-fire Fisher MP Mal Brough has endured another tough day in Federal Parliament.

Fisher, Lnp, Mal Brough, Parliament, Peter Slipper, Politics, Sunshine Coast

LNP keeps surgery wait time guarantee with help of Gordon

Story Published: 20 May 2015

THE LNP has handed the government its first defeat in the hung parliament, winning its motion to keep the surgery wait...

Billy Gordon, Editors Picks, Lnp, Parliament, Queensland Politics, Surgery Wait Times

NSW opens arms and borders to Syrian refugees

Story Published: 12 Sep 2015

MEMBERS of parliament from across the political spectrum have made it official that NSW will welcome Syrian refugees with...

Asylum Seekers, Australia, Aylan Kurdi, Editors Picks, Nswpol, Nsw Politics, Parliament, Refugees, Resettlement

Baird's $22 billion plan to privatise public housing

Story Published: 27 Jan 2016

THE Baird Government has promised a $22 billion construction boost from its plan to privatise public housing.

Construction, Economy, Mike Baird, New South Wales, Nsw Politics, Parliament, Privatisation, Social Housing, Welfare

Strike set to put Parliament in the toilet

Story Published: 17 Aug 2015

POLITICIANS could be confronted with some dirty toilets later this week, after the Parliament House cleaners went on strike...

Cleaners, Parliament, Parliament House, Strike

Tough new bail laws have ‘no effect’ on remand population

Story Published: 22 Aug 2015

BAIL reforms have had no impact on a 32% increase in remand centre populations across NSW over the past two years.

Bail, Courts, Crime, Editors Picks, Nsw Politics, Parliament, Police, Remand, Safety, Statistics

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