Adam Giles has been appointed the new Northern Territory chief minister, following a party room coup against Terry Mills.
Old Taskmaster is going to start off this column by coining a new word for a fairly common phenomenon in our society.
The Victorian business community says the resignation of Ted Baillieu as premier may represent a good opportunity for the state government to be more open about its intentions with regard to any change in business policy.
Ted Baillieu has resigned as premier of Victoria, with Denis Napthine sworn in as his replacement overnight, amid mounting turmoil in the state government.
Calls for a nationwide ban on sports betting would cripple an entire industry, says the chief executive of horseracing site Punters Paradise, but he is adamant the move will never go ahead.
Liberal premiers are working to take control of the Federal-state agenda to overcome obstacles in the Gillard Government’s process, and pursue new reforms following the election of Queensland Premier Campbell Newman.
A court showdown between software company Aconex and disgruntled shareholders led by the Baillieu family has been averted by a last ditch settlement between the two parties.
The brother of Victoria premier Ted Baillieu is set for a Federal court showdown with software company Aconex on August 30, in what could be the final act in a long-running legal fight.
Victorian small retailers are set to be adversely impacted by a change to Easter trading hours, with larger businesses set to open their doors over the holiday period.
The Victorian floods are expected to cost the state economy millions of dollars, with more than 3,000 Victorians forced to flee their homes as floodwaters continue to rise. The towns of Rochester, Serpentine, Horsham, Charlton and Glenorchy are expected to be some of the hardest hit.
Ted Baillieu is wasting no time as Victoria’s newly-appointed Premier, with plans to recall State Parliament before Christmas and challenge the Federal Government’s reform agenda.
Ted Baillieu, the Premier-elect of Victoria, is looking to push through the Coalition’s policies for the state before Christmas after John Brumby conceded defeat following Saturday’s election.
Ted Baillieu is on the brink of being named as Victoria’s new Premier, ending an 11-year period of a Labor Government.
Victorian voters will go to the polls tomorrow to decide who should lead the State for the next three years.