Govt in turmoil over Barnaby Joyce NZ citizenship, Bishop accuses Labo...

Labor denies collusion with NZ colleagues to destabilise government over Barnaby Joyce citizenship affair, counter-accusing foreign minister of creating a diplomatic incident with Australia’s closest ally.

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High Court to rule on whether Barnaby Joyce is a New Zealander

Australian government rocked by revelation that Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce might be a citizen of New Zealand, potentially making him ineligible to be a federal MP.

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‘Fire and fury': Trump’s impulsive rhetoric on North Korea thr...

OPINION & ANALYSIS: By promising ‘fire and fury’, Donald Trump actually plays into North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s hands.

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“We love our children”: Penny Wong’s blistering spee...

WATCH: Lesbian mum Senator Penny Wong blasts government’s proposed plebiscite on same-sex marriage as a “stunt” that will expose kids to hatred, in remarkable speech to parliament.

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Explainer: with no free vote for now, where next for marriage equality...

OPINION & ANALYSIS: So, the government seems determined to give voters a voice, and equally determined not to be bound by what those voters say. How did we get here and where to now?

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Did we kill Dr Yunupingu? Poor fellow my country

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Dr G Yunupingu did not need to die; he was killed by a system that abandoned him, writes TESS LAWRENCE.

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“You are worse than I am,” Trump tells Turnbull in leaked ...

Leaked documents reveal details of President Donald Trump’s testy phone call with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull over “a horrible deal, a disgusting deal” to settle refugees.

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UK crackdown on gender stereotypes in advertising shows up Australia&#...

OPINION & ANALYSIS: The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority has said ads that belittle people for not living up to gender norms – such as a KFC advertisement that implied a man suffering from anxiety was not masculine – have “costs for individuals, the economy and society”.

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Australian government denies threat of British travel warning forced e...

The claim that the anti-terror raids, which saw the arrest of four men suspected of conspiring to blow up a plane, were rushed due to the threat of the UK issuing a travel warning about Australia have been rejected.

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Boris Johnson puts on the charm offensive to entice Australia into Bri...

OPINION & ANALYSIS: What a funny chap, he is; although, it must be said, his mastery of the Australian vernacular leaves something to be desired.

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Dual-citizenship crisis claims third victim, Labor demands government ...

Overseas born Australian federal politicians of all stripes are checking their paperwork after government minister forced to step-down over dual-citizenship fiasco.

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Donald Abbott is Tony Abbott’s alter ego

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Tony Abbott’s relentless undermining of Malcolm Turnbull is becoming more than a political embarrassment for his own party, writes TESS LAWRENCE.

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How can Australia’s cities match Europe’s for finding valu...

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Australia is the “lucky country”, so why can’t we have it all – jobs and creativity in all our cities?

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Trading Down Under: What’s on top in AU markets?

Overall trading activity in Australian markets faced renewed signs of pressure recently as declines on European bourses and Wall Street filtered through global markets.

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Astonishing new research puts modern human arrival in Australia furthe...

Buried tools and pigments tell a new history of humans in Australia for 65,000 years.

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