The vote took place with the public gallery crowded with supporters, and was received with long applause.
Price, the new shadow minister for Indigenous Australians, has been one of the loudest, most trenchant opponents of the Voice.
The Nationals’ decision sparked a vitriolic response on Tuesday from Indigenous leader Noel Pearson, while the Western Australian National party dissociated itself from it.
Nationals leader David Littleproud said the party didn’t believe the Voice would “genuinely close the gap”
The escalating cost of living is your ally when you’re an opposition seeking election, but when you’re in office, it’s a rampaging beast to manage, economically and politically.
Politics with Michelle Grattan: David Littleproud on charting his course in opposition
In this Podcast Michelle and David Littleproud discuss a number of topics including the recent Morrison fiasco, the upcoming jobs and skills summit and his vision for the National Party.
It’s early days for Littleproud’s leadership, but the policy issues the party faces – energy and live sheep exports, for example – are perennial.
Opposition leader Peter Dutton and Nationals leader David Littleproud announce the Coalition’s shadow ministry
Michelle Grattan discusses the political week that was with Professor Paddy Nixon, Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of Canberra
Word from The Hill: Albanese’s ministry mixes stability and surprise.
Michelle Grattan discusses politics with politics + society editor, Amanda Dunn
Barnaby Joyce rolled by party leadership spill, while Peter Dutton pledges to lead the Liberals with “policies squarely aimed at the forgotten Australians in the suburbs”.
Joyce’s deputy David Littleproud and backbencher Darren Chester have both announced they will run for the leadership of the Nationals.
“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
The federal budget included $32 million to promote schemes in which farmers who adopt sustainable practices earn money on private markets. Evidence suggests the approach is plagued with problems.
Barnaby Joyce is back as Nationals leader, three years since his reluctant resignation.
When your back’s against the wall, attack is not necessarily the best means of defence. With this in mind, the word from Scott Morrison to his ministers is, lay off the states.
David Littleproud on The Nationals and net zero.
Michelle Grattan discusses the National party's feelings towards a 2050 carbon neutral goal with deputy leader David Littleproud.
Threats over the bank’s decisions about lending to coal miners call into question the government’s commitment to free enterprise.
The Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements has made 80 recommendations, while calling for a bigger federal role in dealing with disasters.
The cheaper fee band of the Job-ready Graduates legislation will now feature psychology and social work.