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Greens leader says leaks to media about Alex Bhathal hurt chances of ‘strong, progressive woman’ being elected
Richard Di Natale has spoken of his frustration that one week out from a byelection in the Victorian electorate of Batman, disgruntled Greens party members are continuing to leak damaging reports about its candidate, Alex Bhathal.
The Greens leader disputed parts of a report by the ABC on Friday that he had ordered Bhathal be investigated five years ago over the alleged use of confidential party information, and said it was concerning that Greens members were leaking information to the media to undermine her.
Newsnight learns of claims that Speaker John Bercow and two other MPs mistreated Commons employees.
On Sunday, Ricky Stuart will start his fifth season with the Raiders — his fourth team in 15 years — and we will start to get a sense of what the most combustible force in the NRL looks like when allowed to burn long-term.
A social media post showing Nationals MP George Christensen posing with a handgun and appearing to threaten “greenie punks” will not be investigated by the Australian Federal Police.
‘The people in the building have no idea what’s about to happen,’ one donor said of the White House.
Transcript of minister’s Q&A gets stripped. Plus: Chris Lilley isn’t going to ‘brown face’ for Netflix
Media coverage of the embattled employment minister, Michaelia Cash, hasn’t been as bad as last week, but all things are relative. Earlier this week her department released a transcript of a “doorstop” interview – a huddle with reporters.
The Q&A had been redacted to remove questions and answers – including several on the raid on the Australian Workers’ Union – which the department said didn’t relate to the senator’s portfolio of jobs and innovation. Strange, because those questions are evidently official business. Leigh Sales, presenter of 7.30, said the questions had been “censored”.
Cash’s office quickly blamed an “overzealous staffer” in the department and not her office for tampering with the record.
Fortnite has rapidly gained ground on the battle royale-style champ, PUBG, and now Epic Games has announced it will launch a mobile version on iOS and Android. Amazingly, it's supposed to be the same game as we've seen on other platforms, and there's…