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Derryn Hinch, Ed Husic dragged into BuzzFeed defence in Husar case

BuzzFeed claims Labor MP Emma Husar told a female staffer Hinch sexually harassed her and touched her staffer's body "all over" to replicate his alleged behaviour.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Medical transfers bill passes Senate after Hinch confirms support

The Senate has approved Labor's amendments on medical transfers after securing the support of Senator Derryn Hinch.
SBS - Published

Derryn Hinch to vote with Labor and pass refugee medical transfer bill

The independent senator said it had been "a very tortured 24 hours" but he would still vote for the bill.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Derryn Hinch faces furore for revealing gruesome details of Melbourne student murder

Senator Hinch said he disclosed the horrific injuries suffered by Aiia Maasarwe because “people need to know what a killer on the loose is capable of”.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Vic MP denies riding Hinch's coat tails

A Victorian upper house MP has denied riding Senator Derryn Hinch's coat tails to get elected to state parliament, where she will now sit as an independent.
SBS - Published

'The Bernardi syndrome': Hinch cuts upper house MP from Victorian team

Derryn Hinch has split with Catherine Cumming, one of his new Victorian MPs, just one week after she was elected. 
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Hinch's new Justice Party MP disendorsed

Senator Derryn Hinch's Justice Party has disendorsed a newly elected Victorian upper house MP, less than a month after the state election.
SBS - Published

Ray Martin courted by Hinch for Senate bid

Justice Party leader Derryn Hinch wants fellow journalist Ray Martin to lead the party's NSW Senate ticket at the next federal election.
SBS - Published

Hinch proud of party's Vic election wins

Senator Derryn Hinch has described winning three seats in Victoria's upper house in the state election with his Justice Party as "an enormous honour".
SBS - Published

'I want Victoria to be the first to have a public list of sex offenders': Hinch

Derryn Hinch will use his party's new powerful position in Victoria's parliament to push for the state to have Australia's first public sex offenders register. 
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Derryn Hinch's Justice Party set to reap the rewards of preference deal

Figures at the end of Saturday night show micro-party candidates orchestrated by 'preference whisperer' Glenn Druery are on track to win 10 of the 40 seats in the new chamber
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Hinch says preference whisperer may have worked against him

Senator Derryn Hinch has acknowledged preference deals by his adviser Glenn Druery, may have worked against the interests of Hinch’s Justice party
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Victorian election: Youth vote push as pollies hit the road

Victoria's election campaign has seen ice creams for the unenrolled, pledges for agribusiness and sport, a visit from Bob Brown and a Derryn Hinch prediction.
SBS - Published

Derryn Hinch's preference whisperer faces cash-for-votes complaint

Preference wheeler dealer Glenn Druery faces official complaint over cash-for-votes
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

End gay discrimination in schools: Hinch

Any school that discriminates against gay students and teachers should be stripped of government funding, senator Derryn Hinch says.
SBS - Published

Hinch: Strip funding from private schools that exclude gay teachers, students

Crossbench senator Derryn Hinch will move his motion next week, as the Morrison government defends a leaked report that reveals a potential expansion of discrimination exemptions for schools
SBS - Published

Banks could miss out on company tax cuts

Independent senator Derryn Hinch says Turnbull government ministers are going soft on their corporate tax cut policy because they know it's not popular.
SBS - Published

Independent senator Derryn Hinch says he supports Coalition's income tax cuts with 'no strings attached'

The Turnbull government is one vote away from securing Senate support for its income tax cuts.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

I'll back company tax cuts - if you leave the banks out: Hinch

Senator Derryn Hinch will back the Turnbull government's full $65 billion company tax cut if the nations big four banks are cut out from the deal. 
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Hanson says business assurances on tax cuts 'helpful'

Pauline Hanson says a promise from big business to invest more is helpful but Derryn Hinch is less impressed.
Brisbane Times - Published

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