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Referendums Framework Bill passes third reading
Draft bill will ensure informed referendum debate on cannabis control and regulation
Referendums website and initial cannabis Bill launched
Observer team for Bougainville referendum
Kiwis to have their say on End of Life Choice
Referendum approach inconsistent and undemocratic
20 years republic defeat
Future of England Survey reveals public attitudes towards Brexit and union
New Zealand to lead Bougainville Referendum Regional Police Support Mission
Police support for Bougainville referendum
Scottish Secretary responds to UK deal with EU
Rupture and renewal in Europe: ARENA’s 25th anniversary conference
Local government finance settlement 2020-21 proposals unveiled following biggest funding increase
Scottish Secretary responds to Supreme Court judgement
Government advisors deem electoral reform unfair
Alister Jack responds to September 2019 labour market figures
Australian Greens condemn recent violence against West Papuans
Timor Leste presents Medal of Order of Timor-Leste to Australian Union movement
Brexit uncertainty increases and investment falls according to new survey of UK firms
Visit to Timor-Leste
Strengthening Ties with Our Near Neighbours
Phil Twyford to visit Timor-Leste
PM meeting with European Council President at G7 25 August 2019
Government policy on referenda a mess
Health-based regime for drug abuse and addiction heralds new era of compassion
Decriminalisation of drugs by stealth law passes
Government plays fast and loose with electoral law
Referendum Bill an abuse of power
Referendums Framework Bill introduced to Parliament
Binding referendum on End of Life Choice Bill
MAC to feature National Gallery of Australia’s landmark Defying Empire
What Does Brexit Mean for Your Business?
Walyalup Reconciliation Action Plan officially launched
NACCHO welcomes Minister Wyatt’s call for a national referendum on constitutional change
Oxfam welcomes Constitutional recognition referendum
Arts events showcase First Nations’ voices during NAIDOC Week
Woolworths reaffirms commitment to Reconciliation
Tales from Kimberley for NAIDOC Week
Lord Agnew speech at Festival of Education
Australian foreign minister to visit Papua New Guinea
Electoral law changes defy conventions
Government publishes details of immigration advisory groups
Ministers discuss new immigration system at tech industry summit
UK holds more foreign investment than Germany and France combined
An Australian ‘First Amendment’ – Centre Alliance to push for Constitutional protection for freedom of press and freedom of speech
ScoMo should resist temptation to make a grand gesture on indigenous politics
Minister hears from construction workers on immigration system
Indigenous “voice” not answer