Polley admits probe, denies specific claims
UPDATE: Tasmanian Labor Senator Helen Polley has released a statement confirming a Comcare investigation took place but rejecting specific allegations of bullying conduct made by former staff.
Hunt gives go ahead to Abbot Point coal terminal expansion
MARK COLVIN: The Federal Government has just given the go ahead to one of Queensland's most contentious developments.
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Newspoll: PM Tony Abbott, Coalition Slumps in Ratings While Bill Shorten, Labor Shines
The poll results may be an indication of the Abbott government's collapse as Labor leads as the most preferred political party in a two-party basis.
Turmoil in Thirroul
When chronicling the history of the Thirroul branch of the Australian Labor Party, Chris Lacey spent countless holidays and weekends lost in archives of branch motions, meeting minutes and newspaper articles to build up a clear picture of everything that has happened during the past 100 years.
Bracks backs new Labor reform push
Melbourne-based Open Labor is the latest of a series of groups promoting an overhaul of party rules and strategy.
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There were 14,722,754 voters enrolled to vote at the September 7 election. Just under 79 per cent of them cast their first vote for the Coalition parties or the Australian Labor Party, compared to more than 85 per cent in 2007 when government last changed hands.
Quincy Timberlake: Australians may regret dumping Kevin Rudd
I am afraid that Mr Rudd's personal voters have been severely afflicted by his tearful departure.
Rudd resigns from parliament
In an emotional farewell speech the evening of Nov. 13 Australian Labor Party MP Kevin Rudd announced his resignation as the MP for Griffiths, Queensland.
Kevin Rudd quits parliament
But his time as prime minister came to an abrupt end in June 2010 when he was dumped by his party in favour of Julia Gillard.