People convicted of homosexuality before it was made legal in 1986 may have criminal records wiped.
The Prime Minister is travelling to Albany, about an hour out of Perth, for WWI commemorations.
Remove the Union Jack and reposition the Southern Cross, writes Steve Maharey.
Green MP maintains homeopathy is an option in treating Ebola, but acknowledges people could see it as 'wacky'.
Today in politics: Friday, October 31
Solid Energy posts another big loss
Employment law 'a step backwards'
New employment laws 'common sense'
Right to smoko removed
Support needed for sex assault cases
$2.16 trillion breakthrough for Kiwi firms
PM says using homeopathy to treat Ebola is mad
'Ethics' behind patron's withdrawal of Biennale support
Key, Abbott in Perth for Anzac comemmoration
Murder victim's dad offers mercy
Aspiring politician stabbed ex-partner's new man
Pastor charged with sex offences
Sevens ticket prices slashed
Identity of retro shopkeepers a 'mystery'
Older nurses make better carers: study
'Unusual' 10c discount on petrol
Where do you stand on political coat-tail riding?
If it gets marginalised voices into Parliament, I'm for it.
I'm against it - if you don't get the votes, you shouldn't be there.
It's just part of the political game.
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