Janos Boris was 12 when he witness the 12 days of Hungarian revolt and Hungarian Communist-Soviet reprisals that were both exciting and frightening for a boy his age.
Michael Koziol, Political reporter Turnbull government ministers have sought to play down tensions between the PM and his predecessor, Tony Abbott, over a supposed deal on gun imports, after the two men descended into open warfare in Parliament on Thursday.
Noel Towell Affected workers say the cut will see their families' incomes slashed by thousands of dollars each year.
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Nick Miller The call is a big blow to Australia, which is about to start trying to negotiate a free trade agreement.
Tom McIlroy A loophole is allowing the Liberal Party elder to pocket his entire $200,000 a year pension on top of full pay for new envoy role.
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Michael Koziol A male staffer for a Liberal MP in New South Wales attempted to identify himself as a woman as part of a sneaky factional deal to win an executive position in a student election.
James Massola, Nick McKenzie Malcolm Turnbull has publicly contradicted his predecessor, Tony Abbott, declaring the former prime minister's office had been aware of negotiations in 2015 to trade a senate vote for a change in gun laws.