BuzzFeed News sat down with Australia’s oldest serving politician to speak about his role designing one of the world’s most hardline immigration policies.
Graham Watt cited “personal and private reasons” for his act of protest.
“The ability to maintain your employment, keep your job, it helps secure somewhere to live,” said Australian of the Year Rosie Batty.
The new PM calls for calm response to recent ISIS attacks.
A huge increase on smoking taxes.
Heralded as a victory for human rights, it was more of a political move to force Malcolm Turnbull’s hand.
“Sure there could be a terrorist in there, but there could also be the cure for cancer,” Ewen Jones told BuzzFeed News.
Stop the, “Stop The Boats”.
The church will have the power to discriminate on who gets a “marriage” under the plan.
The NT News; the true heart of the nation.
Apparently, Australia is a country of “defenceless victims”.
In the wake of the Paris attacks, BuzzFeed News spoke to the anti-Islam commentator and former MP who is using paid TV spots to her advantage.
Australia’s funniest politician is hyper-aware of the white-Anglo Saxon dominance of the parliament.
How many times can one PR campaign fail on Twitter? Apparently, heaps.
Calls grow louder for John Key to withdraw and apologise for suggesting the opposition supports “rapists”.