Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has slammed Labor powerbroker Stephen Conroy for lobbying for online bookmakers while sitting on the ALP's powerful national executive.
NBN Co vows to continue targeting whistleblowers despite a powerful Senate committee expressing concern that staff were targeted after a police raid on then-senator Stephen Conroy's office.
A Senate committee rules the AFP has to give back thousands of documents seized from former senator Stephen Conroy last year.
After his former Labor comrade Stephen Conroy landed a lucrative job lobbying for the interests of bookmakers, former MP Kelvin Thomson has joined the other side of the debate.
Former Labor senator Stephen Conroy, who left Parliament in September, has gone to work for the gambling industry as head of a new body, Responsible Wagering Australia.
Stephen Conroy is hardly the first elected public servant to augment his or her generous publicly-funded superannuation scheme like this. But for some reason, the Conroy example smells worse than others.
Former union official Kimberley Kitching wins the contest to replace Labor senator Stephen Conroy, but her detractors are already raising concerns over her time with the scandal-plagued HSU.
Former Health Services Union official and lawyer Kimberley Kitching has won the contest to replace veteran Labor Senator Stephen Conroy in the upper house after an intense brawl within the right of the Victorian ALP.
Bill Shorten has sparked a new Labor factional brawl in his home state of Victoria after backing controversial lawyer and close friend Kimberley Kitching to replace Stephen Conroy in his party's plum top senate spot.
A woman will replace former Labor veteran senator Stephen Conroy in Canberra, but the selection process has been engulfed by a factional brawl within the Victorian right of the party.
Labor leader Bill Shorten has weighed into the internal ALP battle over the replacement for Senator Stephen Conroy in backing one of his closest friends, controversial lawyer Kimberley Kitching
New Victorian Nationals MP Luke O'Sullivan will be sworn in at a joint sitting of the Parliament tomorrow, in a bid to resolve a tit-for-tat political dispute so Labor can replace former federal senator Stephen Conroy.
Bill Shorten is set to reinstall South Australian right-wing powerbroker Don Farrell to the Labor frontbench to fill the positions vacated by Mr Shorten's former Victorian factional ally Stephen Conroy.
A preselection showdown pitting Bill Shorten against the Transport Workers Union in the race to replace former Victorian senator Stephen Conroy appears to have been avoided, with the union withdrawing its male candidate.