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Speaker Tony Smith puts propriety before politics and lets the government suffer

Twice on Tuesday, the Morrison government turned to his respected Speaker to rescue it from defeat. Twice, he failed to oblige.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

How the first day of the political year threatened to end the Morrison government

When Speaker Tony Smith finished reading the legal advice he had received, MPs held their collective breath.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Speaker shift not an option, Morrison says

Shifting the parliament's speaker Tony Smith onto the government benches to shore up numbers is not on the radar, says Scott Morrison.
SBS - Published

Writs issued for July 28 by-elections

Federal Speaker Tony Smith has issued the writs for five federal by-elections on July 28 in the seats of Perth, Fremantle, Braddon, Mayo and Longman.
SBS - Published

'Super Saturday' by-election date announced over dual citizenship crisis

Speaker Tony Smith has announced the date for "Super Saturday".
SBS - Published

Candidate changes hold up by-election date

Speaker Tony Smith hopes to be in a position to announce the date of five by-elections later in the week as talks continue about new regulations.
SBS - Published

Dual-citizen Labor MPs formally resign

Speaker Tony Smith has received the formal resignations of four Labor MPs, three of whom were disqualified over their dual citizenship.
SBS - Published

No expenses ban for citizenship-quit MPs

Speaker Tony Smith says members of parliament who signalled they would quit over their dual citizenship would keep their entitlements until they resign.
SBS - Published

Parliamentary sittings: PM's whim out of order

The media coverage of Malcolm Turnbull's political whim to cancel sittings of Federal Parliament next week has overlooked where he gets the power to make such a monumental but "stroke of the pen"..
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

Agar leaves Warrington for NRL's Dragons

Richard Agar, who has spent the past three years as assistant to Warrington coach Tony Smith, is set to take his coaching career to the NRL.
SBS - Published

Smith's 30-year league career may be over

Australia's former England coach Tony Smith says he may end a three-decade association with rugby league when he steps down as Warrington coach.
SBS - Published

Door opens for Maguire at Warrington

Speculation is growing that Michael Maguire could take the Warrington job after the Super League club announced Tony Smith will leave at the end of the season.
SBS - Published

Warrington impress in win over Wakefield

Warrington coach Tony Smith has praised his side's character after they stretched their unbeaten run to five matches with a last-gasp 22-20 win over Wakefield.
SBS - Published

Smith delighted by Warrington's victory

Coach Tony Smith is hoping Wigan can take the lead from his Warrington side's 27-18 win over Brisbane when they face NRL champions Cronulla
SBS - Published

Warrington desperate to beat Broncos

Warrington coach Tony Smith has urged his players to give their supporters a night to remember by beating Brisbane.
SBS - Published

Security works slated for Parliament House

Speaker Tony Smith says upgrade works to Parliament House won't impede the way people enter the building or access the roof.
SBS - Published

Protesters shut down question time over asylum seeker policy

Speaker Tony Smith has suspended parliamentary question time after organised protesters yelled from the public gallery.
SBS - Published

Sandow named in Warrington GF squad

Warrington coach Tony Smith has named Australian scrum-half Chris Sandow in his 19-man squad for Saturday's Super League Grand Final against Wigan.
SBS - Published

Wolves win Super League leaders' shield

Warrington coach Tony Smith has paid tribute to winger Tom Lineham after his two-try performance helped earn Super League semi-final home tie.
SBS - Published

Warrington Wolves set sights on RL treble

Warrington coach Tony Smith has declared the Challenge Cup the first of three Engish rugby league trophies Warrington are aiming to win.
SBS - Published

‘Don’t eat raw onions on the hustings’

‘don’t eat raw onions on the hustings’
PRIMARY school students had some sage campgain advice for politicians Anthony Albanese and Tony Smith: Steer clear of chomping on raw onions.
Daily Telegraph - Published

Aussie coach Smith stays at Warrington

Super League's longest-serving coach, Australian Tony Smith, has signed a deal with Warrington through to the end of 2018.
SBS - Published

Tony Smith’s strange journey

An ex cop, a PR man, a banker and an ex footballer go to an island ... and the bizarre tale of a Gold Coast developer begins.
The Australian - Published

Did Gold Coast high-flyer play hard or dirty?

did gold coast high-flyer play hard or dirty?
High Flyer Tony Smith’s trial has it all - big money deals, luxury property, an alleged kidnapping and a forced “confession”.
Courier Mail - Published

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