Saturday, April 4, 2020
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...
Key figures of the Malcolm Turnbull government in the Senate have announced their full support to the winning side. Finance Minsiter Mathias Cormann, Communications Minister Mitch Fifield and Minister of Employment Michaelia Cash have confirmed their...
Katter Australia Party leader Bob Katter has defended his colleague Fraser Anning after the Queensland senator said white Australians are victims in their own country. Katter told reporters the fear is driving him crazy and he...
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...
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...
Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison has vowed to remove the GST on tampons to help mitigate the government’s internal bleeding. Mr Morrison admitted the 10 per cent tax should never have been applied to sanitary products in...
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has courageously exposed his head and arms on public transport today out of a bulletproof vest, making them highly vulnerable to African gangs. Turnbull told reporters African gangs were of “great concern”...
The LNP's candidate in the Longman by-election, Trevor Ruthenberg, has apologised for wrongly claiming he killed hundreds of Nazis during World War Two. Mr Ruthenberg, the former state MP for the seat of Kallangur, listed the...
Australia’s federal politicians, senior public servants, and members of the judiciary will enjoy a 2% rise in aspiration on Sunday, while hospitality and retail workers will see their aspiration cut for the second year in...
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...