Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Liberal Leader Matthew Guy said a Liberal Nationals Government would cut the current payroll tax rate of 2.425 per cent for qualifying businesses in regional Victoria to just 1 per cent so they don’t have...
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...
The Australian Government will recognise West Jerusalem as the capital of the electorate of Wentworth, but will not immediately move its embassy from Tel Aviv. Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced...
Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has accused the Labor party of supporting a policy that will end his ability to torture children on Nauru. “I broke my arm torturing those...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has described as "regrettable" his own senators' decision to back a motion declaring, "it is OK to be white", while the Coalition's leader in the Senate has apologised for mistaking the...
Coalition advisors have celebrated a well-conceived policy initiative of placing the opposition leader’s given name into a bad sounding word. ‘Unbelieva-Bill’ is now set to give the government a much-needed boost in the polls next week. The...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced on breakfast television today he will change the pension rules for politicians to align with the general population. The majority of retired federal politicians are being paid annual pensions of at...
Australia will introduce a policy to ban single-use prime ministers, the government has announced. Political parties in the country will be given two months to stop providing disposable PMs. “Every decade in Australia we use several single-use...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Peter Dutton’s forehead should be used to advertise and described opponents of the move as “precious”. Speaking in the regional NSW town of Blayney on Sunday, Mr Morrison, formerly the chief...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he cried “on his knees” after he slashed funding for Australia’s largest food charity this week. Foodbank helps more than 710,000 Australians impacted by natural disasters or economic hardships through its...