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Would Australia Still Vote 'No' To Becoming A Republic?

7 min read

It’s been 20 years since more than six million Australians voted to stick with the British monarchy. But would the country vote the same way now?

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'On The Cusp Of Glory': Why The Republic Referendum 'Backfired' And What's Next

7 min read

Peter FitzSimons admits it has been two decades of "the winter years" since the failed republic referendum that preserved the British monarchy's place in Australian society.

Hugh Riminton

Hugh Riminton

Anti-Semitism Claims Disrupt Potential Frydenberg Section 44 Challenge

2 min read

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg appears likely to avoid a High Court challenge to his eligibility to sit in Parliament, after his potential challengers feared they would be “branded as anti-Semitic.”

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Politics

Dutton's New Childcare Centre Raises Fresh Section 44 Issues

5 min read

Labor could again move to refer Peter Dutton to the High Court over his financial interests in childcare centres, with questions over a new facility linked to the Minister for Home Affairs which may open in Townsville.