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The former senator said people would be ''shocked'' if she gave the full account of Ms Gillard's so-called ''captain's pick'' in January this year, when Ms Crossin was replaced as Labor's Northern Territory Senate candidate with Nova Peris. ''I've
Nicola Roxon, health minister in Mr Rudd's first government, used a speech in Melbourne on Wednesday night to launch an attack on the former prime minister. She described him as a "bastard" who always would be a destabilising influence. He should
Nicola Roxon calls on Kevin Rudd to quit Parliament, says he had been a 'bastard' as PM Updated October 16, 2013 19:46:59 Former attorney-general Nicola Roxon has delivered a scathing character assessment of Kevin Rudd, saying he "had been a bastard"
Louie Douvis Former attorney-general Nicola Roxon has lashed out at ''misogyny'' within Labor ranks, after the release of an anonymous dirt sheet attacking a candidate in the preselection battle for the safe seat of Gellibrand. A dirt sheet on
Darren Howe A bitter preselection battle for former attorney-general Nicola Roxon's western suburbs seat is brewing, with candidates enjoying support from different Labor figures. Among the candidates are Tim Watts, a former staffer of Communications
Attorney General Nicola Roxon has defended the process in the overhaul of anti-discrimination laws as she is set to quash proposed prohibitions on causing offence. The provisions has been been earmarked as part of an overhaul of anti-discrimination
Jodine reckons new federal legislation must outlaw the discrimination she experiences every day. "I have been evicted from my leased accommodation, physically locked out of my car park, my gate codes changed so I couldn't get in. I have had money
The National Security Hotline was established to collect information on threats to national security and pass them to policing and intelligence agencies. Attorney-General Nicola Roxon said in a statement on Thursday the hotline had received almost
Anthony Johnson THE government has demanded Tony Abbott ''come clean'' about his and the Coalition's involvement in the sexual harassment case against former Speaker Peter Slipper, after the federal court dismissed it as an abuse of legal process.
Nicola Roxon has dampened suggestions that compensation for victims will be a priority issue for the child-abuse royal commission, as the federal government still hopes to get some states formally to join the inquiry. Ms Roxon said the commission's