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Strength in numbers to change Canberra culture

Gender equality in federal parliament has been boosted by an election in which record numbers of female candidates campaigned and voters rejected politics-as-usual. Sonia Palmieri examines what it means for the culture in Canberra.

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Ramping to be focus of parliamentary inquiry

Ambulance ramping in South Australia will be the subject of a parliamentary inquiry after a petition of more than 44,000 signatures calling for more ambulance resourcing was presented to parliament.

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Upper House passes bill to rein in ICAC

State parliament is on a collision course with SA’s Independent Commissioner Against Corruption after laws Ann Vanstone denounced as designed to protect politicians from scrutiny passed the Upper House unanimously last night.

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Parliament to consider reining in ICAC powers

South Australian MPs are set to consider a bill to limit the powers of the state’s corruption watchdog after a parliamentary committee investigated the work of the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption.