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Sir Peter sides with Porter over Turnbull turmoil

It’s been reported that then Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove did indeed speak with then prime minister Malcolm Turnbull during last year’s leadership crisis.

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Newly minted Governor-General dons major hat

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Professor David Flint: The 46th Parliament and our new Governor-General

Professor David Flint joins Luke Grant from 2GB to discuss the significant political issues of the week, including the 46th Parliament and the swearing in of our new Governor-General. 

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6 facts you probably don't know about our new GG

Born in Wollongong 65 years ago, David Hurley graduated from Duntroon Military College in 1975.

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The Duke of Sussex addresses Commonwealth Youth Challenge

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Who’s the busiest member of The Royal Family in 2019?

The old guard is keeping the monarchy alive and well represented with the Prince of Wales, the Princess Royal and the Duke of York currently outperforming the younger royals by number of engagements carried out in 2019. 

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How David Hurley intends to spend his time as GG

Australia’s new Governor-General, His Excellency David Hurley has been sworn in and outlined his priorities.

In an address at his swearing in ceremony, the new GG opened by acknowledging indigenous Australians, acknowledging them in the Ngunnawal language.

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Monarchist League hits back at Malcolm Turnbull

The national chair of the Australian Monarchist League, Philip Benwell, has come out swinging post allegations then Prime Minister Turnbull sought to involve the Governor-General in last August’s Liberal leadership spill.

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The Constitutional Crisis That Turnbull Nearly Created

It has been reported (Australian 26/6/19) that in August 2018 Malcolm Turnbull, at the time fighting for his political life, put it around that Peter Dutton, then his major opponent for the prime ministership, was ineligible to sit in the Parliament due to a possible conflict with section 44 of the Constitution and thus ineligible to be commissioned Prime Minister should he win the leadership ballot in the Liberal Party room. Mr Turnbull indicated that that would be his advice to the Governor-General.

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