Wednesday, October 28, 2020
An Aussie who religiously commemorates Anzac Day has commented on Facebook today saying indigenous Australians need to get over the past. Keith Robson, who proudly wears the Australian flag on Anzac Day despite never being negatively...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison's allies have moved to re-endorse backbencher Craig Kelly on merit using the emergency powers of the NSW Liberal Party state executive, which would kill off any preselection. Moderate MPs are divided over...
Australia has signed a deal with East Timor ending a long-running maritime boundary dispute, relinquishing ownership of about $8 billion worth of oil and gas reserves. “It seems unfair that we have to split the boundary...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has backed the right of religious schools to discriminate against gay students in a political row over a confidential government report into religious freedom. Mr Morrison played down the storm over the...
Australian Senator Fraser Anning, who attended a Victorian rally organised by neo-nazis at a cost to the taxpayer less than a week ago, has registered his very own “Conservative Nazi Party” ahead of the next...
A confusing privacy policy update from former Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce has popped up in millions of email inboxes this week. “To help simplify and explain your choices about your elected officials, I have updated my...
The healthcare on Nauru is “just as shit” as some towns in regional Australia where aboriginals live, Tony Abbott has said. The former prime minister made the comments to 2GB on Monday in an interview warning...
Barnaby Joyce says he will support the Turnbull government's National Energy Guarantee on the condition that all Liberal Party member’s of parliament buy his book. The former deputy prime minister, who has reserved the option of...
The government has clocked off at 4:30 p.m. on the dot today claiming that the pending encryption bill is not as important as their security of catching an early flight home for their 3-month holiday. Scott...
Farmers facing violence in South Africa have been earmarked for exclusive consideration by the Australian government. “Deciding if someone is a hardworking persecuted individual is clearly black and white,” Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton told reporters...