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Pyne apology doesn't stop Abbott's public push

Former prime minister Tony Abbott will deliver another speech on Thursday - this time questioning the future submarine project - as tensions continue in the Liberal party despite an apology from Christopher Pyne.

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Jay's investment guru wasn't consulted on bank tax

UPDATED | The Weatherill Government’s Investment Attraction supremo – and former bank executive – Rob Chapman says it would be “naive” to think the controversial bank tax won’t “have an impact”, as the Premier today confirmed he did not seek the agency’s advice before introducing the measure.


Turnbull secures Gonski 2.0 schools win

Malcolm Turnbull has labelled the successful passage of his government's Gonski 2.0 model through parliament as the biggest-ever reform in federal schools funding.


The subs that ate ASC

UPDATED | Concern around sovereign capability in the delivery of the Future Submarines program is a “ticking bomb”, the State Government has declared, after French designer DCNS designated itself the sole builder of the lucrative project, with no role for the SA-based Commonwealth-owned ASC.

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Tories could lose UK parliamentary majority: poll

British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party risks falling short of winning an overall majority of seats in parliament in a national election on June 8, The Times newspaper says, quoting research by polling firm YouGov.


Hanson wanted to protect donor: secret recording

UPDATED: One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has dismissed as "disgusting" media interest in her party's alleged breaches of electoral disclosure laws, following the leaking of another recording of internal party discussions.

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John Olsen's political comeback

EXCLUSIVE | Former Premier and long-time Liberal leader John Olsen is poised to make a surprise return to the political fray, with insiders declaring him the "consensus" candidate to replace party president Steve Murray, who quit yesterday.