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Greens urge Labor to vote against the whole of Malcolm Turnbull’s income tax package. Mick Tsikas/AAP

Greens release annual figures for income tax package

The estimates have been prepared by the independent PBO, at the request of the Greens. The opposition has repeatedly sought annual figures, but the government resisted the demands.
At a news conference in Charleville Turnbull was as enthusiastic when asked if he would be happy for Joyce to run again. Lisa Alexander/AAP

Turnbull wants Joyce to have continuing ‘prominent role’ in public life

As the Joyce saga continued to suck political oxygen in the wake of Sunday's TV interview with Joyce and partner Vikki Campion, he rejected speculation that he might not contest his New England seat.
Lloyd, a former Australian Building and Construction Commissioner, has incurred the ire of the union movement. Lukas Coch/AAP

Public Service Commissioner targeted over IPA links resigns

Lloyd, who was appointed commissioner by the Abbott government, had been subject to a complaint that he breached the Public Service Code of Conduct.
Pauline Hanson has had a spectacular meltdown on live television. Sky News

Pauline unplugged lets rip against Senate colleague

In an extraordinary Thursday night interview on Sky Hanson, who accused Burston of trying to defect to the Shooters party, said it was not the first time he had stabbed her in the back.
The Brotherhood of St Laurence’s “Share the Pie” campaign posters are appearing at Canberra bus stops. Brotherhood of St Laurence/supplied

Politics Podcast: Brotherhood of St Laurence’s Conny Lenneberg on Newstart, poverty and inequality

Brotherhood of St Laurence’s Conny Lenneberg on Newstart, poverty and inequality
Executive Director of Brotherhood of St Laurence Conny Lenneberg spoke to The Conversation about the inequality created by the low level of Newstart, which hasn't been boosted for many years.
Joyce looked visibly under strain during the day and sources said he was not in a good head space. Mick Tsikas/AAP

Barnaby Joyce takes personal leave after horror day

Joyce sought leave from the Nationals whip, Michelle Landry, and he has been granted a parliamentary pair by Labor – which means the numbers in the House of Representatives will not be affected.
The government leader in the Senate, Mathias Cormann, congratulates Steven Martin after his maiden speech. Now Martin has joined the Coalition team. Mick Tsikas/AAP

Independent crossbencher Steve Martin joins Nationals, giving the party a Tasmanian presence

The Nationals now have their first Tasmanian senator since the Tasmanian tiger was last sighted, but that does not greatly reduce the challenges the government faces in passing legislation.
With all the different types of yogurt on offer, making a decision on which one to buy can be difficult. from shutterstock.com

Plain, Greek, low-fat? How to choose a healthy yoghurt

Consuming yoghurt is associated with many health benefits. But with all the varieties of yoghurt, and added ingredients like fruits and probiotics, it can be hard to know which is best for your health.
Smith told parliament the date – which means a nine-week campaign - had been advised by the AEC. Mick Tsikas/AAP

Labor outraged as July 28 Super Saturday overlaps ALP conference

The byelections, which span four states, are especially crucial for opposition leader Bill Shorten, because four are in ALP seats and two of those are on wafer thin margins.

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