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The term "coalition" is the denotation for a group formed when two or more people, factions, states, political parties, militaries etc. agree to work together temporarily in a partnership to achieve a common goal. The word coalition connotes a coming together to achieve a goal.


The case against the government's religious discrimination bill

Underlying the Coalition government’s proposed religious discrimination bill is the implicit assumption that “religion” has a clear definition – everyone knows what it is. But this assumption..
The Age - Published

Jacqui Lambie rejects horse-trading with 'humanity' over vote to repeal Medevac laws

The Senator with the deciding vote to determine the fate of the Coalition’s push to repeal the Medevac laws says she won’t be horse trading over "humanity".
SBS - Published

'Sensible settlement' or 'strong action': Labor divided on carbon emissions

Senior Labor figures are divided over whether the party should wind back its carbon emissions targets to match those of the Coalition moving forward.
SBS - Published

Indigenous groups condemn cashless cards as Labor pushes for voluntary scheme

Indigenous organisations have condemned federal Coalition plans to expand the use of cashless welfare cards at a Senate inquiry.
SBS - Published

'Everything you are told is a lie': Craig Kelly hits out at climate strike students

A Coalition backbencher has challenged the 'scientific consensus' on climate change.
SBS - Published

Non-lawyers should be barred from AAT, former High Court judge says

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal has been a source of controversy in recent years and the Coalition has come under fire over a recent spate of Liberal Party-linked appointments.
The Age - Published

Doctors warn of diabetes 'epidemic' as government boosts funding

The Coalition government has announced a $2.8 million funding boost to tackle diabetes-related blindness and foot complications.
SBS - Published

Labor to support Coalition's tax cuts in Senate

Labor will vote with the government and crossbench on tax cuts in the Senate.
SBS - Published

Jacqui Lambie's vote key to Coalition's tax cuts

Returning Tasmanian senator Jacqui Lambie could prove the crucial vote when the federal government's $158 billion tax cuts are introduced to parliament.
SBS - Published

'Shooting itself in foot': why Coalition shouldn't restrict GetUp

The Coalition government may be in high spirits after an election victory, but its penchant to shoot itself in the foot can’t be underestimated.
The Age - Published

'Chin-up': Indigenous Australians being urged to remain hopeful of voice to parliament

Indigenous leaders are hopeful that a First Nations voice to parliament will progress under the re-elected Coalition government.
SBS - Published

What does the surprise re-elected Coalition government have in store for you?

How does Prime Minister Scott Morrison plan to fulfill his vague declaration to “keep the promise of Australia”?
SBS - Published

Liberal victory in Wentworth helps Scott Morrison secure majority government

The Coalition government is set to secure a two-seat majority as the result becomes clear in several tight races across the country.
SBS - Published

Celebrations and sorrow creates headaches for both sides of politics

It was the battle of the hangover for Coalition and Labor staffers on Sunday morning following Scott Morrison's shock victory the night before.
The Age - Published

Will Australia have a majority or minority Coalition government? Here’s what happens now

Scott Morrison has been returned as prime minister, but we don’t yet know if the Coalition will get to the 77 seats it needs to form majority government (minus the speaker).
SBS - Published

Labor shock as Coalition favoured to win third term

The Coalition is hopeful of forming government after a better-than-expected result.
SBS - Published

Exit poll tips Labor victory as support for Coalition drops

Polling day has arrived as Australians head to the ballot box to decide the make-up of the country's federal parliament.
SBS - Published

Australia reportedly agreed to take Rwandan accused murderers in US refugee deal

Australia reportedly accepted two accused murderers from Rwanda as part of the US refugee deal struck by the Coalition government in 2016.
SBS - Published

Warringah debate: Abbott rival Steggall confirms she would back Coalition in hung parliament

The independent candidate taking on Tony Abbott in the Sydney seat of Warringah says she'd back a minority Liberal-National government in a hung parliament.
SBS - Published

Scott Morrison narrows polling gap with Labor ahead of first leaders' debate

The Coalition government has now sliced its margin down to one percentage point behind Labor in the latest Newspoll.
SBS - Published

Morrison's zombie government limping towards the end

Continuity with the Howard cabinet looked like a blessing for the Coalition government, but now not so much.
The Age - 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 loses 50th straight Newspoll as border security focus fails to lift PM's support

A 50th straight Newspoll loss for the Coalition has come as the Morrison government prepares for a make-or-break budget.
SBS - Published

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