Wednesday, January 27, 2021
The Tasmanian Liberals have won a second term majority government under Will Hodgman, as opposition parties accuse the government of “buying” the election. Mr. Hodgman has denied the claims saying, “The only political donations we received...
Parliament erupted during Question Time today after Prime Minister Scott Morrison accused Labor of “behaving in an anti-Semitic way”. It all began when Deputy Opposition Leader Tanya Plibersek asked Mr Morrison about his decision to consider...
The AFP has raided the home of senator Michaelia Cash, according to local sources. The raids are related to a tipoff to the media earlier this year of impending raids on Australian Workers Union offices believed to...
A politician has made himself “very clear” while not answering the question. The politician effectively bought time by using more words to shift the focus on attacking the opposition. “Let me be very clear on this,” the...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has declared “radical, violent, extremist Islam” the greatest threat in Australia and bee stings in the wake of the Bourke street attack, with 6 deaths caused by Islamic terrorism and 27...
Former Minister of Immigration and Home Affairs, who was responsible for asylum seekers on Manus Island and Nauru, has appeared at a press conference today dressed as a clown to soften his image. “I can now run...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has defended the government’s proposed national integrity commission, warning against a “kangaroo court” model where public servants will have to face public scrutiny. “Our national integrity commission will be a secret tribunal...
Attorney-General Christian Porter insists there is an urgency for the parliament to pass new foreign interference laws ahead of five by-elections that are due to be held at the end of July. "It’s urgent! We need...
Scott Morrison has issued an ­11th-hour appeal to voters in Wentworth to “maintain the ­stability of the parliament” urging voters “not to vote for who they want to vote for”. The Prime Minister told The Morning Squire...
The aspiration for members of parliament, senior public servants, agency heads and judges is set to rise by two per cent from next month on July 1. The decision will see the Prime Minister’s motivation rise...