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New airport security measures for workers labelled a 'joke'

A new random testing system for baggage handlers, caterers, engineers and maintenance staff does not go far enough, warns Nick Xenophon.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Xenophon a threat to SA parties: Bernardi

Australian Conservatives leader Cory Bernardi believes Nick Xenophon poses a real threat to the major state parties in South Australia.

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News video: Nick Xenophon Quits Senate to Run for Local Seat

Nick Xenophon Quits Senate to Run for Local Seat 23:21

In true quirky Nick Xenophon style, the independent politician strolled into his own press conference on October 6 carrying a lectern, before announcing he was quitting the Senate to run for the state..
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News video: Anti-Child Grooming Legislation Passed in Parliament

Anti-Child Grooming Legislation Passed in Parliament 03:22

South Australian senators Nick Xenophon and Skye Kakoschke-Moore welcomed an amendment to the Australian Criminal Code, known as the Protecting Minors Online bill.Passed by the House of Representatives..
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News video: Australia not U.S. 'doormat', says Australian Senator

Australia not U.S. 'doormat', says Australian Senator 00:50

Australian Senator presents Donald Trump doormat to media saying: ‘Australia: Not Your Doormat’
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An Australian politician unveils his own tribute to US President Donald Trump, as the Australian parliament meets in Canberra for the first time since Trump's inauguration. Senator Nick Xenophon,..
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Turnbull government's $2.8 billion university funding cuts shot down by the Senate

The Turnbull government's landmark higher education reforms have been killed off in the Senate, with the Nick Xenophon team rejecting key elements of the $2.8 billion package and calling for a "Gonski..
Sydney Morning Herald

Senate won't back university funding cuts

The Nick Xenophon Team won't support the federal government's overhaul of universities funding, leaving the coalition with insufficient support in the Senate.

Politics live as Turnbull's energy debate heats up and Nick Xenophon eyes the exit

The Turnbull government continues to sell its energy package while a key powerbroker eyes the exit door.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Xenophon preferred SA premier: Newspoll

A new poll shows Nick Xenophon is the preferred premier, ahead of Labor Premier Jay Weatherill and Liberal Opposition Leader Steve Marshall.

Xenophon makes low-key farewell to Senate

Crossbench senator Nick Xenophon may have made his last speech to the Senate, ahead of a High Court ruling and tilt at South Australian politics.

Xenophon wants reforms in SA parliament

Nick Xenophon has called for big changes to the SA parliament as he seeks to win a seat at next year's state election.

Who knows what's next for NXT? Crossbench party enters a period of stasis

Remaining members of the fledgling Nick Xenophon Team cannot say who will lead them, nor how they will conduct themselves.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Nick Xenophon's gamble: does state power trump federal influence?

Is our federal system fragmenting into a contest pitting genuine regional parties against the major parties?
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Xenophon poised to win SA seat: poll

Nick Xenophon will likely win a seat in the South Australian parliament at next year's election, a new poll shows.

Nick Xenophon to maintain active role in federal lawmaking despite SA move

Nick Xenophon will continue to have his say on federal legislation and could even take an active role in negotiations in Canberra despite quitting the Senate to run for a South Australian seat.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Nick Xenophon strains politics as the art of the plausible

Right now, Nick Xenophon is planning to spend his hard-won federal capital in a "do-or-die" re-investment in his home state's political scene, wellspring of his electoral success.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Xenophon just wants SA balance of power

Nick Xenophon insists his party is only aiming to win the balance of power in the SA election and a top analyst says his party should do very well.

Blackout an emblem of poor govt: Xenophon

Senator Nick Xenophon, who is returning to South Australian politics, says the state shouldn't wind back renewable energy plans but does need smart policies.

NXT name will eventually change: Xenophon

Nick Xenophon expects the name of his federal party will eventually change, although he says his sitting members like the NXT brand.

SA Best candidate sacked after 'DV joke'

Senator Nick Xenophon has sacked an SA Best candidate after a photo emerged of the man holding his fist to a wax model of a female celebrity.

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