01 November 2014
3 November 2014
The Palmer Show is all show.
4 November 2014
Melbourne Cup Day
5 November 2014
Melbourne Cup Day. The favourite dies while speculation bubbles on whboe is best suited to be Abbott's heir apparent.
6 November 2014
Jacqui Lambie calls for veterans "show their disgust" and turn their backs on any government MP delivering a speech in memory of Australia's war-dead in response to the low ADF pay rise.
7 November 2014
President Obama loses both houses in the mid term US polls delivering him lame duck status.
8 November 2014
PUP Tasmanian Senatot Jacquie Lambie goes feral on Clive over politicising ADF wages.
10 November 2014
Jacqui Lambie goes for Tony Abbott threatening to vote against all government legislation unless the PM support wage increases for defence personel.
11 November 2014
Former Queensland premier Wayne Goss dies
12 November 2014
Tony Abbott and Vladimir Putin meet at APEC in Beijing
13 November 20104
Bill Shorten, when asked what he would say to Putin, replied, "nothing".
13 November 2014
Russian war ships head towards Australia on the eve of the Brisbane G20
14 November 2014
Australia and Russia woo China
14 November 2014
Putin arrives for the Brisbane G20
15 November 2014
Clive and Jacqui fall all out of love
17 November 2014
Putin the pariah returns home early from the G20
18 November 2014
Australia and China free Trade Agreement
19 November 2014
Despite kicking FTA goals Tony Abbott still struggles in the polls
20 November 2014
Pauline Hanson is back
21 November 2014
Malcolm Turnbull trims 5% from the ABC
22 November 2014
The ABC reaction to a tiny budget cut
24 November 2014
Jacqui Lambie goes rogue on Clive
25 November 2014
The ABC's Mark Scott announces jobs and services cuts
26 November 2014
Regional areas hit by ABC cuts
27 November 2014
Defence Minister David Johnston tells parliament he wouldn't trust the government's submarine builder ASC to 'build a canoe'.
28 November 2014
The Opposition continues to obstruct budget saving measures in the Senate
Mixed messages from the PM's office on the $7 co-payment for GP visits