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Senate results: The real horror show - NEWS.com.au;

Senate results: The real horror show - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auSenate results: The real horror showNEWS.com.auAUSTRALIA is watching the lower house results with bated breath, but it's the mangled Senate that shows how volatile the nation is now looking. The Coalition is ahead with 35.1 per cent of the vote to Labor's 30.6 per cent, a swing of 2.7 per cent away ...and more »

Who decides which senators get the sought-after six-year terms? - SBS;

Who decides which senators get the sought-after six-year terms? - SBS

SBSWho decides which senators get the sought-after six-year terms?SBSAfter the double dissolution election, every senator wants a six-year double term. Likely new Victorian senator Derryn Hinch has even said he will sue for one. But who really makes the decision? By. Kerrie Armstrong. Source: SBS News. 6 Jul 2016 - 12 ...and more »

Election 2016: How do we decide which senators are in for three years and which are in for six? - ABC Online;

Election 2016: How do we decide which senators are in for three years and which are in for six? - ABC Online

ABC OnlineElection 2016: How do we decide which senators are in for three years and which are in for six?ABC OnlineUnder the usual circumstances only half the Senate is up for election in each three-year cycle. But, in the weekend's double dissolution election, all senators were up for a vote. Not sure how we get back to half the Senate being up for election in ...and more »

The fall and rise of Derryn Hinch - ABC Online;

The fall and rise of Derryn Hinch - ABC Online

ABC OnlineThe fall and rise of Derryn HinchABC OnlineActually there's already a book called The Fall and Rise of Derryn Hinch and it's by Derryn Hinch - in a 2004 autobiography, the shock jock calling for sex offender tough justice confessed to once sleeping with a girl he thought was 25, but who later ...and more »

Senators could be facing the boot - NEWS.com.au;

Senators could be facing the boot - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auSenators could be facing the bootNEWS.com.auTHE major parties could combine to boot out incoming crossbench senators — including Pauline Hanson and Derryn Hinch — after just half of their six-year term. The Coalition and Labor are understood to be considering using their numbers in the Senate ...and more »

How senators Lambie, Hanson and Hinch will work together - NEWS.com.au;

How senators Lambie, Hanson and Hinch will work together - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auHow senators Lambie, Hanson and Hinch will work togetherNEWS.com.auLEADERS have declared her the unwelcome force to disrupt the senate, but senator-to-be Pauline Hanson is determined she'll be the Upper House's unlikely peacekeeper. Though Malcolm Turnbull called the double dissolution election to clear out the ...and more »

Election 2016: Derryn Hinch mocks Pauline Hanson's call for CCTV in mosques - ABC Online;

Election 2016: Derryn Hinch mocks Pauline Hanson's call for CCTV in mosques - ABC Online

ABC OnlineElection 2016: Derryn Hinch mocks Pauline Hanson's call for CCTV in mosquesABC OnlineIncoming senator Derryn "Human Headline" Hinch has lambasted the anti-Islam policies of his new Upper House colleague, Pauline Hanson, mocking her call for CCTV cameras in mosques. Both have secured enough votes to enter the Upper House, and ...and more »

Derryn Hinch 'Not Looking Forward' To Negotiating With Pauline Hanson - Huffington Post Australia;

Derryn Hinch 'Not Looking Forward' To Negotiating With Pauline Hanson - Huffington Post Australia

Huffington Post AustraliaDerryn Hinch 'Not Looking Forward' To Negotiating With Pauline HansonHuffington Post AustraliaIncoming Victorian senator Derryn Hinch says he is not looking forward to negotiating with his Queensland counterpart Pauline Hanson, with the former broadcaster saying her plan to put CCTV in Mosques 'doesn't make sense'. Derryn @HumanHeadline ...and more »

Derryn Hinch's mission to change Australia's sex registry - 9news.com.au;

Derryn Hinch's mission to change Australia's sex registry - 9news.com.au

9news.com.auDerryn Hinch's mission to change Australia's sex registry9news.com.auSenator Derryn Hinch wants to use his newly appointed powers to publically expose sex offenders and pinpoint precisely where they live. For more than 20 years, Hinch, 72, has made his staunch views on paedophiles and sexual offenders crystal clear ...and more »

Shame shame, Derryn Hinch set for the Senate - Red Flag;

Shame shame, Derryn Hinch set for the Senate - Red Flag

Red FlagShame shame, Derryn Hinch set for the SenateRed FlagDerryn Hinch appears set to win a Senate seat in Victoria. The law-and-order candidate wants to erode the rights of people who have committed a crime and those who have allegedly committed a crime. According to his party's website, bail should not be ...and more »

Derryn Hinch's decades-long campaign for a national sex offender registry could soon be realised - NEWS.com.au;

Derryn Hinch's decades-long campaign for a national sex offender registry could soon be realised - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auDerryn Hinch's decades-long campaign for a national sex offender registry could soon be realisedNEWS.com.auAUSTRALIA, meet Senator Derryn Hinch, a man on a mission to use his new position to reveal the identities of every sex offender in the country. It's not a new plan, but it's one the 72-year-old says is finally within reach after years dedicated to the ...and more »

Election 2016: Family First Bob Day's battle for South Australia's last Senate seat - ABC Online;

Election 2016: Family First Bob Day's battle for South Australia's last Senate seat - ABC Online

ABC OnlineElection 2016: Family First Bob Day's battle for South Australia's last Senate seatABC OnlineSouth Australia's Family First senator Bob Day remains optimistic he will secure the state's final seat in the Senate. Senator Day's main competition for the spot is from Labor and it could be two weeks before a result is known. He admitted before the ...and more »

NZ-born Derryn Hinch wins Australian senate seat - Radio New Zealand;

NZ-born Derryn Hinch wins Australian senate seat - Radio New Zealand

Radio New ZealandNZ-born Derryn Hinch wins Australian senate seatRadio New ZealandAustralian Election - New Zealand born broadcaster Derryn Hinch is vowing to continue naming convicted sex offenders when he takes his place in the Australian senate. Melbourne broadcaster Derryn Hinch, who was born in New Zealand, has won a spot in ...and more »

Federal election 2016: Derryn Hinch won't be one-issue senator - The Australian;

Federal election 2016: Derryn Hinch won't be one-issue senator - The Australian

The AustralianFederal election 2016: Derryn Hinch won't be one-issue senatorThe AustralianDerryn Hinch has declared he will be more than “just the anti-pedophile senator” as he prepares for a new political career representing his Justice Party in the Senate. The media commentator known as the Human Headline celebrated his success with ...and more »

Federal election 2016: In Senate count, protectionists and populists - The Australian;

Federal election 2016: In Senate count, protectionists and populists - The Australian

The AustralianFederal election 2016: In Senate count, protectionists and populistsThe AustralianPauline Hanson's far-right One Nation looks likely to have won two Senate seats and is a contender in three others as the country rejects the major parties in preference for protectionist and populist candidates from across the political spectrum. Amid ...and more »

Malcolm Turnbull's double dissolution likely to increase senate problems - dailytelegraph.com.au;

Malcolm Turnbull's double dissolution likely to increase senate problems - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.auMalcolm Turnbull's double dissolution likely to increase senate problemsdailytelegraph.com.auMALCOLM Turnbull's double dissolution dare has left the nation with a potentially more unworkable senate than the previous parliament. The Prime Minister successfully cleaned out one group of cooky crossbench senators but is likely to be left with a ...and more »

PM Malcolm Turnbull tried to shut it down but the Senate circus is back - The Advertiser;

PM Malcolm Turnbull tried to shut it down but the Senate circus is back - The Advertiser

The AdvertiserPM Malcolm Turnbull tried to shut it down but the Senate circus is backThe AdvertiserTHE double dissolution election designed to clean out the Senate has resulted in an even more unstable crossbench being elected to the upper house. In addition to three Nick Xenophon Team senators, the next government will have to deal with One Nation ...and more »

Senator-elect Derryn Hinch: My first political promise is that I will always listen - Herald Sun;

Senator-elect Derryn Hinch: My first political promise is that I will always listen - Herald Sun

Herald SunSenator-elect Derryn Hinch: My first political promise is that I will always listenHerald SunON the campaign trail, they say every vote is sacred. Every vote is precious. But (as I tweeted from the Justice Bus, after casting my vote at Albert Park Primary School on Saturday) there was one even more special than any other. And I'm not talking ...and more »

Derryn Hinch says Malcolm Turnbull 'shot himself in the foot' by calling for double dissolution election - Herald Sun;

Derryn Hinch says Malcolm Turnbull 'shot himself in the foot' by calling for double dissolution election - Herald Sun

Herald SunDerryn Hinch says Malcolm Turnbull 'shot himself in the foot' by calling for double dissolution electionHerald SunDERRYN Hinch — a one-time sensational shock-jock — is now promising to listen and a take considered approach to his newest job. The man known as the “Human Headline” vowed to continue with his justice campaign, calling for the establishment of a ...and more »

Australian federal election 2016: Who is on the new Senate crossbench? - The Sydney Morning Herald;

Australian federal election 2016: Who is on the new Senate crossbench? - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldAustralian federal election 2016: Who is on the new Senate crossbench?The Sydney Morning HeraldThe fallout from Saturday night's election sees some new faces entering the upper house for the first time, in a blow to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's attempt to clean out the minor parties. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration ...and more »