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Baseball team and Major League Baseball franchise in Washington, D.C., United States

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Washington Nationals: Baseball team and Major League Baseball franchise in Washington, D.C., United States
The Washington Nationals are a professional baseball team based in Washington, D.C. The Nationals compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the National League (NL) East division. From 2005 to 2007, the team played in RFK Stadium; since 2008, their home stadium has been Nationals Park located on South Capitol Street in the Southeast quadrant of D.C., near the Anacostia River.

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CBD Melbourne: Pain stations in the Nationals

How’s this for a headache? The Victorian Nationals are $500,000 out of pocket after falling victim to the state’s tough new election laws, which have stopped the Liberal Party from transferring..
The Age - Published

UK flights getting back to normal after air traffic control problems

Britain's air traffic authority NATS said it had done enough to fix an earlier system issue for flights to start returning to normal after technical problems delayed planes at Britain's two busiest..
Reuters - Published

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Petitioners want Trump Tower on Obama Avenue [Video]Petitioners want Trump Tower on Obama Avenue

More than 340,000 have signed a MoveOn.org petition to change the name of the block of 5th Avenue in front of Trump Tower to 'President Barack H. Obama Avenue'. Priscilla Huff reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 02:16Published

Petitioners aim to put Trump Tower on Obama Avenue [Video]Petitioners aim to put Trump Tower on Obama Avenue

More than 340,000 have signed a MoveOn.org petition to change the name of the block of 5th Avenue in front of Trump Tower to 'President Barack H. Obama Avenue'. Priscilla Huff reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 02:16Published

 

Barra for Canberra? We wouldn't be shocked

While Jim Molan launches his campaign to return to the Senate, Libs and Nats turn their thoughts to Deputy Premier John Barilaro's recent federal interventions
The Age - Published

A cleanskin rises as the Nats change tack: There's hope for NSW planning

New state Labor leader Jodi McKay may not be a new Jacinda but she proved her mettle in a particularly dirty episode in NSW politics.
The Age - Published

WA Nats 'can't stand each other': McGowan

An abandoned spill for the WA Nationals deputy leadership shows the small team of nine "can't even be in the same room as each other", the premier says.
SBS - Published

No criminal campaigning by Vic Libs, Nats

Victoria Police will not be charging Liberal or Nationals MPs over allegations of using electoral staff for campaigning.
SBS - Published

Simple maths means Nats lose cabinet spot

The Nationals have lost a cabinet spot in Scott Morrison's new leadership team but senior party figures say that's just the way the coalition deal works.
SBS - Published

Albanese calls for unity on energy policy

Nationals backbencher Barnaby Joyce is pushing the government to get on with backing a coal-fired power station and new laws to deal with big energy companies.
SBS - Published

Nats confirm leadership team in Canberra

National Party MPs are expected to keep Michael McCormack as their leader and Bridget McKenzie as deputy at a meeting in the wake of the coalition election win.
SBS - Published

WA Nationals refer government election ads

A $245,000 advertising campaign by the WA government during the federal election has been referred to the Public Sector Commission by the state Nationals.
SBS - Published

PM wields Labor taxes to win coastal votes

Prime Minister Scott Morrison was a popular man as he spoke to Nationals voters, lunching ladies and bingo enthusiasts on the NSW mid-north coast.
SBS - Published

PM takes heart from 'quiet Australians'

Prime Minister Scott Morrison was a popular man as he spoke to Nationals voters, lunching ladies and bingo enthusiasts on the NSW mid-north coast.
SBS - Published

Nats could look at gender equality target

Nationals leader Michael McCormack says he is "absolutely" open to a gender equality target to help more women get into federal parliament.
SBS - Published

Ex-Nats MP seeks water royal commission

Nationals leader Michael McCormack's predecessor in the NSW seat of Riverina believes there should be a water royal commission.
SBS - Published

Libs' Jim Molan risk to Nationals in NSW

Liberal senator Jim Molan's insurgent re-election campaign could leave the Nationals without an upper house representative in NSW.
SBS - Published

NSW town honours Fischer as Nats campaign

Nationals leader Michael McCormack has lauded former deputy prime minister Tim Fischer as the election campaign continues.
SBS - Published

Nats leader rebuffs calls for dole rise

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack has rejected calls for a Newstart increase, saying the dole should not be at a level which makes it attractive.
SBS - Published

Nats aim to prevail in bitter Qld battle

Nationals leader Michael McCormack has hit the wombat trail in Mackay, with the aim of boosting controversial MP George Christensen's re-election hopes.
SBS - Published

Nats' wombat trail may not visit Barnaby

Deputy PM Michael McCormack may not visit Barnaby Joyce's NSW seat of New England as the Nationals leader travels the party's election campaign "wombat trail".
SBS - Published

Jetsetting MP 'settled down': Nats leader

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack says he was concerned with Queensland Nationals MP George Christensen's overseas travel, which has now stopped.
SBS - Published

Nats MP to return if elected, leader says

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack is confident crossbench MP Kevin Hogan will officially rejoin the Nationals if re-elected.
SBS - Published

Nats pump up water project in Queensland

The coalition will promise $10 million for a north Queensland irrigation project when Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack campaigns in Cairns.
SBS - Published

Nats leader rejects new water inquiry call

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack has rejected fresh calls from a senior coalition figure for a royal commission into water management.
SBS - Published

From the country party to the Barnaby factor: What do the Nationals stand for?

The Nationals began as the Country Party in the early 1900s and are known as the party of farmers, graziers and rural and regional Australians.
SBS - Published

Bush bash: This election, regional Australia is waiting - with baseball bats

Going bush - what will happen to the Coalition if voters desert the Nationals at the May 18 election?
The Age - Published

Nats candidate withdraws over eligibility

Nationals candidate for Whitlam James Harker-Mortlock has withdrawn from the federal election due to an issue with his eligibility.
SBS - Published

Nats boss backs MP after trips abroad end

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack says he has faith in Nationals MP George Christensen now his frequent overseas trips have stopped.
SBS - Published

I'll seek advice on Nats staffer: premier

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says she will seek advice on the promotion of a figure linked to an alt-right infiltration on the Young Nationals.
SBS - Published

Poll challenge for bland McCormack

Michael McCormack, who fell into the deputy prime ministership, is still to convince his Nationals that he has the qualities the party needs.
SBS - Published

Nats deputy defends dearth of river funds

Nationals deputy leader Bridget McKenzie says rain - not Commonwealth funding - will fix the Murray-Darling river system.
SBS - Published

Disgraced Nats MP's story of 'redemption'

Outgoing Nationals MP Andrew Broad says his story is one of "redemption and grace" and his family forgave him for using a "sugar daddy" website.
SBS - Published

Foreign aid cuts weigh on fallen MP's mind

Andrew Broad, the outgoing federal Nationals politician will use his final speech in parliament to say the coalition has not spent enough on foreign aid.
SBS - Published

Coalition secures majority government in NSW as Daley stands aside

ABC election analyst Antony Green has confirmed the Nationals have won the seat of Dubbo, delivering the Coalition a majority government in NSW.
SBS - Published

Coalition claims 47th seat to secure majority government in NSW

ABC election analyst Antony Green has confirmed the Nationals have won the seat of Dubbo, delivering the Coalition a majority government in NSW.
SBS - Published

Coalition wins NSW but Nats, Labor suffer

Gladys Berejiklian's government will survive after her Liberals kept rivals at bay in the city - but the same can't be said for the Nationals in the bush.
SBS - Published

NSW water minister, Nats deputy steps down

Nationals deputy leader and NSW water minister Niall Blair has stepped down from his regional portfolio.
SBS - Published

Nats need to look at themselves: Senator

After losing at least one seat to the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party, it's time for the NSW Nationals to reflect, Senator Arthur Sinodinos says.
SBS - Published

Joyce retreats from Nats leadership talk

Former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce has backed Michael McCormack to lead the Nationals to the federal election, downplaying rumblings he could challenge.
SBS - Published

'Adventures of ScoMo and Big Mac': PM ridiculed after giving Nats leader a nickname

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has tried to help his embattled deputy by giving him a nickname similar to his own.
SBS - Published

Nats deputy backs leader 'to the hilt'

The National Party has again become embroiled in infighting between leader Michael McCormack and his predecessor Barnaby Joyce, as the federal election looms.
SBS - Published

Nats' electorates projected to be hottest

If global emissions rise until 2050, modelling shows Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud's Qld seat will have temperatures 4.64C higher than now.
SBS - Published

'Living in fairyland': Nats leader links emissions to night sport

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack has sensationally claimed night-time sport would end under Labor's proposed climate change targets.
The Age - Published Also reported by •SBS

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