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John Setka quits Labor
Anthony Albanese gets a much-needed win… of sorts
A dry argument
Drought policy is tangled at the worst possible time
The government appears to be dragging its heels on media law reform
The NBN-ding story
New developments in the interminable debate over broadband in Australia
Bipartisanship is not an end in itself
Rhetoric vs reality
The government has no agenda for addressing the worsening economy
Lift-off on climate
Labor, the Greens and key crossbenchers are working hard
The PM’s talking points
An accidental email sets out the government’s threadbare agenda
The US withdrawal from Syria is a turning point for Australian foreign policy
Climate confusion continues in the ALP
The invisible handshake
Australia’s lobbying-industrial complex needs urgent reform
Trump’s “great and unmatched wisdom”?
The president’s surprise Syria withdrawal should give Australia pause
Striking the right Tone
Tony Abbott isn’t going anywhere
Whose national interest?
Morrison is taking a decidedly self-interested approach to foreign affairs
The Coalition’s drought response has so far been farcical
Phone a friend
Morrison’s involvement in the Trump impeachment saga could drag on until next year
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