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Clive Palmer might boast that he's spent most of his life as a bogan, but there's a strongish argument that he was long ago beaten to the title of Australia's most prominent political member of the genre by none other than a prime minister. Purists,
THE mining boom is far from over, and Australia's miners must calm down when it comes to their austerity drives, says outgoing mining lobbyist Mitch Hooke. Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) chief executive Mr Hooke, who is stepping down after 12
Professor of Politics at University of Adelaide The ABC's four-part series of interviews with Paul Keating, which has just finished airing, displayed the former prime minister and treasurer in all his complexity, both at his best and at his worst.
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
Brian Howe says the Labor Party has become closed, insular and needs reform. It comes as a new lobby group, Open Labor, which aims to renew the party launched in Melbourne on Sunday. The former politician, who served as deputy PM under Bob Hawke and
Louise Kennerley Paul Keating has confessed to being a "maddie" as a political leader, saying the inspiration for many of his biggest projects came from getting as "high as a kite, mad" listening to three or four symphonies on a Saturday morning.
From an expectant Julia Gillard to a near-naked Tony Abbott, this year's best in political cartoons have gone on show at Canberra's Old Parliament House. Organisers of the annual Behind the Lines exhibition have selected around 80 cartoons to
THE Palmer United Party won't run in the Brisbane seat vacated by former prime minister Kevin Rudd because it wants to focus on a possible fresh election in Western Australia. Clive Palmer says he wants to give the WA contest his full attention. He
Barnett said other priorities would be education funding and whether there were to be any changes to the goods and services tax distribution. In an interview with The Conversation, Barnett also backed Education Minister Christopher Pyne's retreat on
Julia Gillard has been honoured for her work in strengthening Australia's links to Israel. Ms Gillard was named the winner of the 2013 Jerusalem Prize at a Zionist Council of Victoria function in Melbourne on Tuesday night. Council president Sam