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He called for intervention by federal leader Bill Shorten and Victorian leader Daniel Andrews. "Either or both of them should say 'enough is enough'; let's move on and return the upper house preselections to Victoria where they properly belong."
Labor and the Greens will join forces on Wednesday to attempt to restore a $1 billion fund to deliver pay rises for aged care workers. The Gillard Government provided $1.2 billion for the so-called Aged Care Workforce Supplement, which would have
With the latest Newspoll showing Labor in its best electoral position in almost three years, the acting opposition leader said it would have been unimaginable a few weeks ago to think coalition MPs would be wishing for Christmas to come quickly. A "
Labor now leads on preferences for the first time since Julia Gillard was elected prime minister, according to a Newspoll survey taken last weekend. After three months of an Abbott-led government, more voters are dissatisfied with the prime minister
The factional deal to fast-track preselections for Victorian upper house seats has hit an obstacle, with the ALP's national returning officer rejecting the carve-up of seats because of a lack of women elected. On Monday morning the party's national
Senior Lecturer in Communication at Victoria University The Redfern Park Speech , given by former Australian prime minister Paul Keating on December 10 1992, was a speech worth fighting for. It captured harsh truths about Australian history; it used
Exclusive Rank-and-file ALP members will be denied a say on upper house seat candidates for the 2014 state election with the party's national executive voting on Thursday to call in Victorian preselections. The party's national executive will now
Media Release Thursday December 5, 2013 Australian Senate and consumers call for release of secret Trans-Pacific Trade text The Australian Senate yesterday passed a motion supported by Greens and the ALP calling on the Government to release the TPP
Mission Australia youth survey reveals economic worries, equity and discrimination concerns Posted December 03, 2013 13:31:57 The largest annual youth survey has revealed concerns over the economy and future job prospects are still the biggest
Melissa Price, the Liberal member for the vast Western Australian electorate of Durack, called on Monday for help for small business operators and to bolster opportunities for Aborigines. The "girl from the goldfields" said the WA resources sector