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Health Politics

ACT Government facing renewed pressure over Calvary takeover

The ACT Government faces renewed pressure over its forced takeover of Calvary Public Hospital Bruce, with Health Minister Rachel Stephen-Smith accused of “bad faith” negotiations in the lead-up to the

Cost Of Living Politics

Chalmers urges Opposition to back controversial tax cuts to ease cost of living

Legislation to change the controversial stage 3 cuts will be introduced into Parliament next week, with Treasurer Jim Chalmers insisting the tax cuts were designed to ease the cost of

New South Wales Politics

Perrottet, Minns to address faith communities ahead of NSW election

New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet and Opposition Leader Chris Minns will each address town hall-style meetings hosted by faith communities and a special religious education advocacy group this month.

Euthanasia Politics

Territory rights bill to face Senate vote

The Albanese Government is committed to sitting as long as it takes for legislation allowing territories to make their own laws on voluntary assisted dying to pass the Senate this

First Nations Politics

Date of Voice referendum to be announced next week

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will announce the date of the Voice to Parliament referendum in the crucial swing state of South Australia at the end of next week. Source: The

Digital Life Politics

‘Very concerned’ Pocock demands significant changes to misinformation bill 

Independent ACT Senator David Pocock holds serious concerns Labor’s proposed misinformation laws will jeopardise free speech and says he will not support the bill unless significant changes are made to

Cost Of Living Politics

Albanese recalls MPs two weeks early to tackle cost-of-living crisis

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has called Labor MPs back to Canberra nearly two weeks early to discuss the cost-of-living crisis facing Australian households. Source: ABC News.

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