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Australia's relationship with Indonesia is in crisis after it was revealed that Australian spies tried to tap his phone president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono's phone. But on Monday night, while reporters were diverted by news about the spying
Nick Xenophon introducing a bill that would allow the satirical rebroadcasting of parliament. Current laws prevent shows such as The Chaser or The Project using the broadcast of federal parliament to make fun of politicians, a situation that Senator
Senator Xenophon has written to the Federal Minister for Social Services Kevin Andrews asking for a meeting to discuss how Federal Government funding for Housing SA could be tied to a system of penalties for a minority of tenants who threaten or
Senator Nick Xenophon has warned Clive Palmer that his plans to form a voting block in the upper house could attract enormous public scrutiny. The Palmer United Party will be represented by three senators in the new-look upper house from July 2014.
Senator Nick Xenophon has renewed calls for the federal government to pass anti-match-fixing laws in the wake of the Victorian match-fixing scandal. Senator Xenophon said his 2011 legislation was rejected by both the major parties but provided for a
Senator Xenophon said hundreds of his posters disappeared during the election campaign. Candidates can be fined if their posters remain up for too long after the election. Senator Xenophon said his posters which had now reappeared had been put up too
Senator Xenophon said he outpolled Labor, although not the coalition, by gaining 1.8 Senate quotas in the South Australian Senate race. But his running mate Stirling Griff will miss out on a seat because of Labor's "bizarre or even spiteful"
This would create an extraordinarily powerful bureaucrat with powers to jail individuals for things they said online. Mr Breheny said good parent-children relationships were the most effective way to fight cyber bullying. Australia doesn't need new
Senator Nick Xenophon says he's hopeful of pushing through new laws to force the proper labelling of palm oil once federal parliament resumes. The senator says the oil is currently used in 40 per cent of all food products yet its growing production
The ad features former Greens leader Bob Brown saying a vote for Nick Xenophon is a vote for the Liberals because of his preferencing arrangements. Senator Xenophon says the ad is misleading because it omits the fact that he has also preferenced