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Having both conditions at the same time increases your risk of dying prematurely. But it can be treated. Here’s what’s involved.
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For the Liberals, Morrison’s departure is a significant symbolic “moving on” moment. But how does the coalitions new talent stack up and what should be done with the old guard?
The Nationals leader has a difficult situation on his hands as the former deputy prime minister is involved in yet another scandal.
Anthony Albanese’s request for the Americans to drop their bid to extradite Assange has fallen on firmly blocked ears.
Outgoing New Zealand MP Jamie Strange used his valedictory speech to propose a trans-Tasman political union. Wondering how that might work reveals just how different the two countries really are.
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In our land of drought and flooding rains, better water management should feature in every federal budget. The new budget delivers it – but not everyone is happy.
Barnaby Joyce was deputy prime minister when Morrison overruled Nationals resources minister Keith Pitt over the PEP-11 gas exploration off the NSW coast.
It’s early days for Littleproud’s leadership, but the policy issues the party faces – energy and live sheep exports, for example – are perennial.
The Nationals have long promoted coal for regional development and politics. But new leader David Littleproud could seize the moment and refocus the regional party.
Joyce’s deputy David Littleproud and backbencher Darren Chester have both announced they will run for the leadership of the Nationals.
While the Liberal and Labor parties each face several nail-biting contests, the Nationals have have fewer immediate concerns ahead of May 21.
“The world has moved past Matt Canavan,” David Littleproud declared on Wednesday, tossing his colleague and former resources minister firmly under the bus as the “climate wars” exploded within the Coalition
Look beyond the fanfare about large infrastructure projects like Hells Gate and what we are left with is a largely business-as-usual budget for regional Australia
Barnaby Joyce, in his usual blunt fashion, told a TV interviewer on Wednesday morning Scott Morrison would get a bad reception when he visited Lismore.
Claims Prime Minister Scott Morrison is a liar have been piling up. Cognitive psychologists who study misinformation look at how voters react when politicians lie.
This episode will reinforce the opinion of some Liberals that Joyce has proved a liability to the government (just as they expected).
Anger has big advantages for a campaigning politician. Scott Morrison, the electoral strategist, knows this. Albanese needs to learn, and fast.
Targets for reductions in methane and other greenhouse gases should be guided by science, and set in line with the Paris deal.
The Liberals and the Nationals need each other to stay in government. But climate policy gives us an insight into just how precarious – yet effective – that coalition can be.
For Morrison the 2050 policy is an attempted barnacle-removing process, for both the Glasgow conference and the election.