July 2016

Published a story 21st Jul 2016 8:14 PM

THE Chief Justice of the Family Court has labelled as “unacceptable” delays of up to two years in hearing cases.

Family Court hit by "unacceptable" two-year delays

THE Chief Justice of the Family Court has labelled as “unacceptable” delays of up to two years in hearing cases.

Published a story 20th Jul 2016 6:05 PM

New report reveals that in three to for years, less than half of all Australian adults will own their own home.

Young buyers missing out on homes

New report reveals that in three to for years, less than half of all Australian adults will own their own home.

Published a story 11th Jul 2016 7:06 PM

A national comparison of the policy positions of the major parties and senators on key Coalition plans shows some could survive the new Senate.

Derryn, Pauline now ducks to be lined up for Budget

A national comparison of the policy positions of the major parties and senators on key Coalition plans shows some could survive the new Senate.

Published a story 11th Jul 2016 7:01 PM

The final election outcome may not come until August as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Deputy Barnaby Joyce negotiate the Coalition agreement.

Malcolm Turnbull to shuffle as Nats prepare demands

The final election outcome may not come until August as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Deputy Barnaby Joyce negotiate the Coalition agreement.

Published a story 8th Jul 2016 6:01 PM

ALMOST a week after more than 15 million Australians cast their votes, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull looks set to secure the Coalition a narrow majority.

Coalition set for a narrow win in lower house

ALMOST a week after more than 15 million Australians cast their votes, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull looks set to secure the Coalition a narrow majority.

Published a story 8th Jul 2016 10:46 AM

AUSTRALIA will pour another US$300 million into the Afghanistan National Army and Police, extending the nation’s support to the security forces out to 2020.

Another $300m for Afghan security forces, says Turnbull

AUSTRALIA will pour another US$300 million into the Afghanistan National Army and Police, extending the nation’s support to the security forces out to 2020.

Published a story 7th Jul 2016 2:19 PM

Katter says he'll support the Coalition but any potential deal is going to come at a hefty cost.

Katter to support Turnbull

Katter says he'll support the Coalition but any potential deal is going to come at a hefty cost.

Published a story 7th Jul 2016 1:35 PM

A British report found there was insufficient evidence Iraq had weapons of mass destruction but Howard says while there was bad intelligence he did not lie.

Howard on weapons of mass destruction: 'There was no lie'

A British report found there was insufficient evidence Iraq had weapons of mass destruction but Howard says while there was bad intelligence he did not lie.

Published a story 7th Jul 2016 12:16 PM

Independent Andrew Wilkie says Australia's political leaders acted on questionable intelligence and helped create the conditions which led to Islamic State.

Wilkie says we created Islamic State

Independent Andrew Wilkie says Australia's political leaders acted on questionable intelligence and helped create the conditions which led to Islamic State.

Published a story 6th Jul 2016 6:41 PM

QUEENSLAND independent Bob Katter is once again at the centre of Canberra power plays, with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull meeting with him today.

Katter out of the bag as Turnbull attempts to secure win

QUEENSLAND independent Bob Katter is once again at the centre of Canberra power plays, with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull meeting with him today.

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Daniel Burdon is APN Australian Regional Media's Canberra bureau reporter, covering federal parliament and politics. He was previously a rural and general news reporter at the Morning Bulletin in Rockhampton and worked in Alice Springs for the Centralian Advocate.