COVID-19 health restrictions that limit gatherings at Parliament House have thwarted a new plan to challenge Michael O’Brien for the state Liberal Party leadership.
Perhaps the only aspect of the Morrison government’s 2019 commuter car park scheme that is more stunning than the brazen nature of the Liberal Party pork-barrelling is that it was […]
Lawyer and executive Shauna Jarrett says her focus is on winning the Liberal Party three or four seats on the City of Sydney council.
Homosexuality was illegal and gay role models non-existent when Michael Yabsley was growing up, and it wasn’t until a health scare in 2019 that he embraced his true self. Now, […]
Former MP Julia Banks, who quit the Liberal Party, alleges she was touched inappropriately by a minister and faced attempts to paint her as an emotional woman.
The Liberal Party has delivered its first slapdown to its junior Coalition partner since Barnaby Joyce deposed Michael McCormack as Nationals leader.
The NSW Government is being criticised from within its own ranks about a bill to help monitor suspicious donations to council candidates as being too little too late, with the […]
Hornsby mayor and Liberal Party elder Philip Ruddock has apologised to a woman after telling her to “get back on your leash” during a council discussion about dog walking.
Eastern suburbs Liberal Party branches have lobbied Planning Minister Rob Stokes to push back to reject Meriton’s controversial proposal to build 1900 apartments at Little Bay.
Sonic Healthcare was selected by the Morrison government in January to vaccinate the vulnerable. It donated half a million dollars to Liberal Party from 2011.
Labor Senator Kristina Keneally gets a lot of invitations. But here’s one that would have surprised her – an emailed invitation from the Roseville Branch Of The Liberal Party for […]
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is right to shed Liberal Party orthodoxy on debt and deficits.
While the Liberal Party debates the merits of quotas for women, it is a quota system that alots seats in cabinet to the likes of Drummoyne MP John Sidoti, the former […]
Andrew Peacock served in Parliament for over 28 years and was a Minister in the Gorton, McMahon and Fraser governments; and led the Liberal Party to two elections. After his […]
Not only were the Liberal Party’s federal vice-president Teena McQueen and Gretel Pinniger, aka Madame Lash great mates, at one point McQueen was acting as Pinniger’s “adviser”.
The culture inside parliaments might be a turn-off, but the toxic environment for female politicians begins years before they are elected.
Quotas are not anathema to the Liberal Party, they are at the core of its existence.
WA Premier Mark McGowan, who almost wiped out the state Liberal Party, said his government had achieved its success by appealing to the whole community.
NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet looks back on a decade of Liberal Party government and what still needs to be achieved
The Liberal Party has tried to improve female representation without quotas and it hasn’t worked. It’s time we changed.
“Is it an impossible job being a minister for women in a Morrison government?” Marise Payne was asked last Monday. Her answer was followed by a very long silence – […]
The Liberal Party has taken out a gag order against one of its most senior female executives, federal vice-president Teena McQueen, as the election cycle enters its critical phase.
The stark reality of failure has brought the Liberal Party to consider quotas.
NSW Liberal Party director Tony Nutt and secretary Chris Stone personally heard informal complaints in 2014 and 2017 about alleged inappropriate conduct by Frank Zumbo.
As the Liberal Party reeled from a month of sexual assault allegations, calls to increase Coalition female participation in Parliament gathered steam.
Age readers on the Liberal Party push for female MP quotas, Scott Morrison’s response to accusations of sexual misconduct in Parliament House, restrictions on electric vehicles in Australia and Dark […]
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has acknowledged the Liberal Party’s refusal to adopt quotas was not working in its efforts to recruit more women into Parliament.
The lack of women in the Liberal Party will not fix itself.
David Crisafulli’s pledge came hours after Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he was “very open” to the idea of quotas in the Liberal Party.
Some MPs say the publicity surrounding historical rape allegations against Christian Porter – which he has denied – makes it unlikely he could ever lead the party.