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Sunday, February 18, 2018, 7:45 PM


McGowan seeks jail time for dual citizen MPs’

Amid calls for an independent audit of the citizenship status of all MPs, some are suggesting false declarations be regarded as breaches of the Crimes Act, punishable with jail. The Saturday Paper’s chief political correspondent, Karen Middleton, reports.

NBN hangs up triple zero

EXCLUSIVE. First for Communications News. When the copper telephone system is shut down across rural and regional Australia following the NBN roll-out the ability to make emergency ‘triple zero’ phone calls in an emergency such as Black Saturday will be lost. On Black Saturday the first utility lost was power. Followed in under two hours’

Last day for SSM survey enrolment

Today, August 24 is the last day to update details on the Australian Electoral Commission’s (AEC) Commonwealth Electoral Roll to participate in the upcoming same sex marriage (SSM) survey. To participate in the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) survey you must be on the electoral roll by the end of today at 11:59pm. The ABS

Odds Shorten on Bill

Canberra, ACT. The latest Newspoll, conducted for The Australian by Galaxy Research has seen the the Turnbull government fall behind Labor for the 18th consecutive newspoll with the Coalition on 46 per cent and Labor on 54 per cent in two-party terms. This is a swing of over four percent against the Coalition government since