The Senator Who Charged Taxpayers Thousands To Attend A Far-Right Rally Says He Was Just Representing His Constituents
He was just representing the people of Queensland, the senator has said.
Buckingham was asked to stand aside from the NSW upper house ticket at the upcoming state election, following sexual assault allegations.
The move was backed by survivors, legal experts and researchers.
The party has instead pledged to "work with communities" to "reduce harm" caused by conversion therapy.
Opposition leader Bill Shorten has committed to negotiating with the New Zealand government to take up the offer to resettle refugees in offshore detention.
"I have waited as the opposition leader for the next election for five years and two months and if I have to wait a couple more minutes, well I just will!" Shorten said.
Emails Reveal The Coalition Was Always Going To Support Pauline Hanson's "It's OK To Be White" Motion
Documents obtained by BuzzFeed News show the attorney-general's office issued the advice in September and October.
We're getting a "Religious Discrimination Act" and a new human rights commissioner, but LGBTI students will have to wait.
Australia's new law goes well beyond those that are being used in the United States or the United Kingdom.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has argued that there should be independent oversight of the impact the tech companies are having on Australian media and journalism.
Tl;dr: If you wanna get to terrorists' chats, you gotta get through everyone else's too.
Several Labor politicians have expressed concern about the rushed national security legislation, but then voted for it anyway.
Almost 37 years after Lynette Dawson disappeared from her home in Sydney, her husband has been arrested.
Australian Spy Agencies Could Be Cracking Into WhatsApp Chats By January, After Labor Agreed To New Laws
After the government struck a deal with Labor, police could be cracking into WhatsApp chats in early January under the new laws.
The tea is hot on the Monday morning of the last sitting week of the year.
Labor has told attorney-general Christian Porter it can't pass the legislation to crack down on encryption by the end of next week.
How bout that minority government!
A Canberra Liberal Is Being Investigated Over Allegations He Saluted And Said "Heil Hitler" During A Pub Crawl
The former staffer could be expelled from the party if the allegations are upheld.
People Moving To Australia Will Have To Wait Four Years To Get Welfare After Labor Made A Deal With The Coalition
The Senate crossbench is mad, saying they had the numbers to block the legislation if Labor hadn't cut a deal.
A parliamentary committee did not recommend removing discrimination for gay teachers working in religious schools.