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Newgate Australia
18 Apr 2019
18
April

2019 Federal Election Update

The campaign kicks offThe first week of the election has been a fairly lacklustre affair and while Labor remains a clear favourite to win the May 18 poll, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has demonstrated he will be a far more formidable campaigner than Malcolm Turnbull was in 2016.An...

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16
April

COALITION GOVERNMENT NEEDS FIVE VOTES TO PASS LEGISLATION

Premier Gladys Berejiklian will need the support of a mix of minor parties with radically different world views to pass legislation through the NSW Legislative Council, with Animal Justice and One Nation taking the last two seats in counting just finished.After a marathon counting...

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5
April

BATTLELINES DRAWN FOR CLASS WARFARE ELECTION

Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten will spend the weekend finalising their election plans, with voters facing the clearest ideological differences between the major parties since the Whitlam years of the early 1970s.Today, there is uncertainty about the election timing with some political insiders tipping it may not be called...

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4
April

NSW Government Update: Machinery of Government Changes

THE EARTH MOVES AS GOVERNMENT POWER IN NSW IS REDISTRIBUTEDIn the wake of the election, Premier Gladys Berejiklian and her team have implemented some very bold changes to the NSW public sector that are likely to have significant repercussions for anyone doing business...

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13
March

POLITICAL UPDATE: NSW ELECTION 2019

NO HOLDS BARRED FIGHT FOR THE PREMIER STATEWith just over a week to go to the NSW poll on Saturday 23 March, what we're seeing is a no holds barred fight for the right to govern the Premier State, with a reinvigorated Labor campaigning out...

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5
February

Banking Royal Commission Update

HAYNE ROYAL COMMISSION REPORT WINS BI-PARTISAN BACKING, BUT BANKS WILL STILL BE POLITICAL FOOTBALLS TO THE ELECTIONSAustralia’s financial services industry faces sweeping changes after the Coalition and Labor parties today locked in behind the full 76 recommendations of the Hayne Royal Commission into the Financial...

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