At 6 pm on 17 June, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition leader Bill Shorten will go head-to-head in an interactive leaders’ debate hosted by Facebook and news.com.au.
NBN Co chairman Ziggy Switkowski was warned not to submit an opinion piece to Fairfax Media in which he defended the AFP raids on Labor functionaries in a quest to find out who had leaked documents about the NBN which resulted in several unfavourable articles appearing in various media.
The federal government claims Labor's NBN policy for the July 2 election, announced on Monday, is based on "two great deceits".
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