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Hanson, Xenophon parties show minor parties need more scrutiny

The Australian - May 26, 2017

The rise of minor parties needs to be accompanied by greater scrutiny of their operations. This week has seen extraordinary evidence emerge about One Nation ...and more »

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Nick Xenophon urges Budget bank levy to be extended to foreign banks

The Advertiser - May 23, 2017

Senator Xenophon says the 0.06 per cent levy should also apply to foreign banks operating here, even if their liabilities are held overseas. “I would urge the Opposition and other non-government senators to support this. Why should big foreign banks ...and more »

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Press 1 for Canberra's bank levy excuses

The Australian - May 22, 2017

Now, as the Labor Party and the Nick Xenophon Team push to broaden the tax's application to foreign banks, it's to encourage domestic competition. Finance Minister Mathias Cormann told ABC Radio this morning that there was no plan to include foreign ...and more »

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Oakden nursing home agency report reveals fresh abuse ...

ABC Online - May 26, 2017

A dementia patient at the condemned Oakden nursing home screamed in pain for more than two hours because the wrong catheter was used while another's ...and more »

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Minister criticises 'dopey' drug cheat ad

9news.com.au - May 25, 2017

Crossbench senator Nick Xenophon referred the ad to ACMA, and raised the issue during a Senate hearing in Canberra on Thursday. Minister Mitch Fifield agreed it shouldn't be on air, and described the ad, which pokes fun at performance-enhancing drugs, ...

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Mr X wants Budget levy extended to foreign banks

The Advertiser - May 23, 2017

Senator Xenophon says the 0.06 per cent levy should also apply to foreign banks operating here, even if their liabilities are held overseas. “I would urge the Opposition and other non-government senators to support this. Why should big foreign banks ...and more »

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How battlers are uniting online to save cash

The Advertiser - May 27, 2017

STRUGGLING South Australian families are creating online communities for tips on everything from cheap meals to the best places to “dumpster dive” as household budgets tighten. Thousands of people are using Facebook pages aimed at reducing cost of ...

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SANFL: In a league of its own

dailytelegraph.com.au - May 27, 2017

“I'm so proud of the work and commitment so many people have put in to make this exhibition happen and grateful to the people who have donated items and we're looking forward to sharing it with the people of South Australia and having them come along ...and more »

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SA health consultants paid $45000 a day

The Advertiser - May 27, 2017

The controversial State Government health overhaul is aimed at reducing ballooning costs in South Australia's largest department. In October last year, Auditor-General Andrew Richardson, the state's chief financial watchdog, found the Health Department ...and more »

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