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A roundup of an action-packed day in federal politics.

The Super Saturday by-elections have come and gone and it has proven to be a positive result for Bill Shorten. Labor were successful in retaining all four seats they held going into the July 28 polls (including the marginal seats of Braddon and Longman), while the Coalition failed in its bid to wrestle back Mayo from Centre Alliance MP Rebekha Sharkie.

On Tuesday 10 July SAS Group CEO Peter Costantini Chaired an IBSA Manufacturing event in Melbourne.

By Bernie Ripoll

Following the outcome of the “Super Saturday” by-elections many will pass off the results as a fait-accompli, but the mainstream media and polling certainly wasn’t espousing that view over the past 6 weeks.

LNP Senate pre-selection:

The LNP has pre-selected its senate ticket for the upcoming federal election and it features several new faces. On Friday last week the Party’s state council opted for renewal by place mining executive Paul Scarr and Super Butcher owner Susan McDonald in the safe one and two spots on the ticket respectively.

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