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WikiLeaks Party raises senate bid, expands to two more states

The WikiLeaks Party has now accumulated the required 500 dues-paying members that it needs for official registration and has expanded into two more Australian states.

Julian Assange will run for Australian Senate in 2013

London - It is now official, WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, will run for the Australian Senate in 2013 as part of the WikiLeaks party. If he can't physically make it there, his running partner will stand in.

Assange to run for seat in Australian Senate, WikiLeaks party

London - Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, has said that he intends to run for a seat in the Australian Senate in the 2013 federal election, and plans to form a WikiLeaks party. Another interview speaks of his health and the financial blockade of WikiLeaks.

Op-Ed: Power price surge based on misleading data? Lessons for the world

Sydney - Australia’s experience of the mysteries of power costs is getting more mysterious by the second. The 50% price rise is costing everyone a lot of money, and it now emerges that data provided to justify price rises may have been seriously flawed.

Australia Senate throws out gay marriage

The Australian Senate has thrown out an attempt to legalize same-sex marriage. A Bill that would have allowed gays to marry was defeated comprehensively.

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