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Julie Bishop quits politics

Julie Bishop says it was an “immense honour” to serve as Australia’s first woman foreign minister, as she announced her retirement from federal parliament at the next election.

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Defence jobs guarantee could be lost in translation

Defence Minister Christopher Pyne has doubled down on his guarantee that at least 60 per cent of the work for the multi-billion dollar future submarines will go to local firms, despite comments from a senior executive at the French company contracted to deliver the project casting fresh doubts on the claim.



Film review: Stan & Ollie

Steve Coogan and John C Reilly channel Laurel and Hardy in Jon S Baird’s affectionate tribute to the iconic comedy duo’s final collaboration.

Arts & Culture

2019 Adelaide Fringe and Festival hub

Click here for all InDaily’s stories, reviews and photo galleries from the 2019 Adelaide Fringe, Adelaide Festival, WOMADelaide and Writers’ Week.

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Portrait of a faceless man

SPECIAL REPORT | He runs one of SA Labor’s ruling factions and orchestrated the rise of the state’s last premier, but mention David Gray’s name and most South Australians would assume you’re talking about an English troubadour or retired TV comedian. So is Labor’s most reclusive powerbroker a ‘faceless man’? “That’s not for me to say,” he tells Tom Richardson.


Gluttony launch

Around 500 guests were entertained by Annabel Crabb, the California Crooners and Hans at Adelaide Fringe hub Gluttony’s 2019 launch.

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