Tuesday, July 16, 2019
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...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has successfully delayed a vote to end discrimination against LGBTQI students in private schools by delivering a pithy sermon to journalists gathered in the prime minister’s courtyard. Morrison expressed concern that Christian...
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...
The Coalition passed the parliamentary sitting week calendar by just one vote in the House of Representatives on Tuesday night, casualising the parliamentarian workforce and claiming an increase in jobs growth. Once an election is called for early...
Deputy Liberal leader and Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has cancelled a trip to the G20 economic forum in Buenos Aires this week in order to practice walking and talking at the same time. Frydenberg, the most senior...
Liberal MP Julia Banks has announced she's immediately quitting her party and will sit as an independent on the crossbench, prompting the crossbench to form a minor party. The government now has just 74 members of...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has written a series of tweets to Christian leaders telling them they are not responsible for child sexual abuse. “Christians don’t need to have a meeting, they don’t need to do anything,”...
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...
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...
The federal government has threatened to strip heads of several NSW councils of their children amid plans to hold them a day earlier. Hawkesbury City, Kempsey and Bellingen shire councils are reportedly considering holding its ceremonies on...