Question that made PM storm off

Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to the media during a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra, Wednesday, March 20, 2019. The federal government has announced $71 million towards social cohesion programs, such as community language classes and religious tolerance education. (AAP Image/Andrew Taylor) NO ARCHIVING

深圳风采投注 Scott Morrison blasted an “utterly offensive” suggestion before walking out of a press conference as his feud with The Project becomes a full-blown crisis.

PM accuses Waleed of ‘disgusting lie’

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Scott Morrison has ripped into The Project host Waleed Aly, accusing him of spreading a “disgraceful smear” after the NZ massacre.

Viewers turn on Sunrise over Hanson

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Channel 7’s morning show is copping it from both sides after a fiery showdown between Pauline Hanson and David Koch.

Choke points could grind city to a halt

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Drivers are being warned of an impending traffic disaster in Sydney as a deeply unpopular transport project edges closer to completion.

Warnings over Anzac travel to Turkey

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Australians are being warned to exercise caution if planning to travel to Turkey for Anzac Day and await further advice after Scott Morrison slammed its president.

‘Offensive’: PM slams Bill Shorten

Mr Morrison said he was disappointed that Mr Shorten had conflated the policy roll out with 'dog whistling' about immigration and asylum seekers.

Scott Morrison has slammed critics of his new immigration shake-up and instead turned the blowtorch on Bill Shorten.

Qantas’ brutal response to Anning

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Anning is still feeling the consequences of his comments on the Christchurch massacre, with Qantas now reportedly taking a stand.

‘Utterly bizarre’: Answer sparks outrage

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A discussion about Christchurch on Q&A quickly sparked a tense exchange between host Tony Jones and a Liberal MP guest.

Stop it. Egg Boy is no hero

Fraser Anning is egged by 17 year old William Connolly #Eggboy.

He’s been lauded online as a modern-day Aussie hero, but the immature antics of the teen who egged Fraser Anning should not be celebrated.

Why shooter wasn’t being monitored

A makeshift memorial near the Al Noor Masjid on Deans Rd in Christchurch, Saturday, March 16, 2019. A gunman killed 49 worshippers at the Al Noor Masjid and Linwood Masjid yesterday, 28-year-old Australian man, Brenton Tarrant, has appeared in court on Saturday morning charged with murder. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

The reason why accused Christchurch mosque killer Brenton Tarrant wasn’t being monitored by security agencies has been revealed.

Idea that could lead to ‘suicide epidemic’

NSW One Nation leader Mark Latham speaks to the media at the launch of his Save Australia Day campaign in Sydney, Wednesday, January 16, 2019. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

A “terrifying” idea from rising minor parties could unleash an “epidemic in mental health issues and suicide” in young people, an expert has warned.

Humiliating rebuke for Fraser Anning

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Fraser Anning has become notorious around the world after his sick comments this week. One humiliating number proves he should shut up.

Australia bans Milo Yiannopoulos

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Milo Yiannopoulos’ tour in Australia has been cancelled after he made ‘appalling’ comments about Islam following the Christchurch attack.

‘Disgrace’: Jacinda lashes Anning

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Leaders across the world are beginning to weigh in on Senator Fraser Anning’s controversial comments. WARNING: Graphic

‘We are owed an apology’

Member for the seat of Warringah Tony Abbott with Independent candidate for the Federal Seat of Warringah Zali Steggall during the Tourism & Transport Forum?s 2019 Leadership Summit in Sydney, March 8, 2019. (AAP Image/Peter Rae) NO ARCHIVING

Some elected politicians have been too frightened or deliberately manipulative to acknowledge this issue. It’s time, writes Malcolm Farr.

‘ScoMo’s an idiot’: Students rip into PM

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The students taking part in Friday’s climate change rallies around Australia had a message for the Prime Minister — and it wasn’t hugely polite.

How to vote this state election

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The countdown to the 2019 state election is on. Here’s everything you need to know about voting.

Scott Morrison does the Simpsons

Prime Minister Scott Morrison speak to the media during a press conference at Sunshine Train Station in Melbourne, Wednesday, March 13, 2018. A long-awaited rail link to Melbourne airport edging closer to reality, with the prime minister and Victorian premier pledging a combined $10 billion in funding. (AAP Image/Stefan Postles) NO ARCHIVING

There is one specific episode of The Simpsons that echoes exactly what’s going on in Australian policitics, writes Joe Hildebrand.

Turnbull fires up over government ‘idiocy’

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The former PM has weighed in on internal party disagreements saying “idiocy” will hamper the Liberals’ chances in a crucial upcoming poll.

‘Insulting’: Kids hit out at backlash

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Fired-up kids have launched a scathing attack on those questioning a mass school walkout today, as tens of thousands of pupils plan to take part.

Labor’s plan to fix stagnating wages

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten speaks to the media during a visit to WooliesX in West Footscray in Melbourne on Thursday, March 14, 2018. (AAP Image/Stefan Postles) NO ARCHIVING

Labor won’t say how much it thinks minimum wages should increase by, but has revealed what needs to happen to fix stagnating salaries.

Candidate’s unexpected racy past

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When you meet Emma Hurst there’s certain things you’d naturally assume, but what she did last year isn’t one of them.

GetUp! reveals next high profile target


The left-wing activist group GetUp! is already wreaking havoc in Tony Abbott’s seat — and now it’s time for another senior minister to start worrying.

Zali hits back at ‘nude photo’ claims

Zali Steggall on Today this morning. Picture: Nine

Someone has been editing former Olympian Zali Steggall’s Wikipedia page, inserting claims that she posed “nude” for photoshoots.

Resignation a fresh blow to Morrison

Liberal member for Reid Craig Laundy speaks to the media at Parliament House in Canberra, Monday, October 22, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

Former minister Craig Laundy, a key backer of Malcolm Turnbull, has delivered a fresh blow to the Morrison Government announcing his resignation.

Multi-millionaire’s drastic career change

Louise Stewart is preparing to run as an independent in Curtin.

Louise Stewart founded her own company, and has grown wealthy during a long business career. But her next career move isn’t about money.

‘Don’t have a clue’: Today host stumped

Deb Knight interviewing Barnaby Joyce on Today. Picture: Channel 9

Today host Deb Knight was in the middle of grilling a guest this morning when he turned the tables on her, flipping the segment on its head.

‘Just shut up’: Civil war worsens


The Nationals’ internal tensions have exploded again today, with the party’s leading figures lining up to take potshots at Barnaby Joyce.

Australia snubs call for ‘safe abortion’

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The government has been slapped down after declining to support a call for better access to safe abortion services for women.

‘He was going to remove his trousers’

Karen Andrews, Minister for Industry, Science and Technology, told a shock story about a male stakeholder who indicated he was going to remove his pants.

A government minister had to walk out in the middle of a meeting with a male stakeholder who seemed to be about to take off his pants.

‘It’s personal’: PM loses crucial voters

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Look at the crowd at any event featuring Julie Bishop, and you will see why the PM is in such dire trouble, Sky News host Laura Jayes says.

Melania’s awkward J-Bish snub

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Julie Bishop is one of Australia’s most successful pollies — but that didn’t stop the US First Lady from making an embarrassing blunder.

Ominous prediction: ‘Forget night footy’

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Australians have been told night-time footy and cricket could soon be scrapped in an extraordinary warning ahead of the election.

Scott Morrison’s biggest mistake

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PM Scott Morrison’s strategy to retain power isn’t working after the Coalition lost a 50th straight poll, there’s one thing he’s doing wrong.

Labor’s epic 50-week savaging

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The Coalition has notched up its 50th consecutive Newspoll loss with its worst result for the year.

Minister’s astonishing 16-second backflip


It might have been the fastest backflip in political history. Newly promoted minister Linda Reynolds took just 16 seconds to contradict herself.

Julie Bishop’s damning off-hand remark

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When Scott Morrison seized the Liberal leadership, his rival Julie Bishop only needed two words to express her disbelief.

‘Julie just said that’: Men ignored Bishop

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Julie Bishop has revealed the sad reality of how she was treated during cabinet discussions, as Liberals turn their back on her favoured successor.

Tony Abbott’s desperate turnaround

Member for the seat of Warringah Tony Abbott with Independent candidate for the Federal Seat of Warringah Zali Steggall during the Tourism & Transport Forum?s 2019 Leadership Summit in Sydney, March 8, 2019. (AAP Image/Peter Rae) NO ARCHIVING

Tony Abbott has made an abrupt and epic turnaround on an agreement that has left his colleagues shaking their heads.

Anger over backflip on Milo’s travel ban

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Milo Yiannopoulos is set to visit Australia again, with the Immigration Minister ignoring advice that the controversial right-wing speaker should be banned.

PM reacts to global criticism

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison addresses the media in Perth on Friday, March 8, 2019. (AAP Image/Richard Wainwright) NO ARCHIVING

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has responded to criticism about comments he made about female empowerment on International Women’s Day.

$5 billion needed to fix national shame

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A political pledge to address a crisis that’s that’s The Australian Greens’ newly revealed pledge reveals the current government’s shortcomings.

Scott Morrison shares personal photos

Scott Morrison and his family.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has opened up about his family in a deeply personal video message marking International Women’s Day.

‘Do you mind?’: Steggall confronts Abbott

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Tony Abbott finally came face-to-face with his challenger, former Olympian Zali Steggall — and it didn’t take long for the tension to boil over.

What’s wrong with this campaign photo?

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A Liberal MP used this ordinary looking photo for his campaign. But on a closer inspection, something clearly isn’t right.

‘Ridiculous’: Stunning spray on Sunrise

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Jeff Kennett tore into former PM Malcolm Turnbull on Sunrise today, sensationally labelling him the “most self-centred human being” alive.

‘Madness’: Turnbull shocks TV host

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BBC host Andrew Neil was left baffled by an extraordinary claim in a wide-ranging interview with former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Trapped Australian’s 48 days of hell

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When this Australian man landed in China, the security services pounced. More than six weeks later, he is still in serious trouble.

The moment Abbott doomed himself

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For the first time in his career, Tony Abbott is facing defeat in his own seat. His opponent says one moment proved he was “out of touch” with voters.

250,000 Aussie workers to walk off job


Hundreds of thousands of workers are expected to walk off the job at once on a deeply awkward day for the Prime Minister.

Australia falls into per-capita recession

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Australia has entered a “per-capita” recession for the first time in 13 years. The government is telling you not to panic, but the news isn’t great.

One word that will decide election

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We have been told it’s going to be the most important poll “in decades”. And the outcome will likely hinge on just one key term.

Hanson slams ‘gutless’ Milo ban

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A decision to block right-wing star Milo Yiannopoulos from Australia has enraged Pauline Hanson, who called the government “gutless and weak”.

Sacked ABC boss’s staggering payday

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Michelle Guthrie’s explosive lawsuit against the ABC was settled for a confidential amount last week. We now know exactly how much she got.

Huge change to abortion looming

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Millions of Australian women could gain easier access to abortion thanks to a new push that could become a defining election issue.

Explosive email rocks housing debate

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The fight over the future of Australia’s property market has been rocked by an email revealing what the Treasury department really thinks.

Piers Morgan savages Australia

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Piers Morgan made a disparaging off-hand remark about Australia while interviewing Julia Gillard, and she wasn’t having it.

PM stokes fears of Labor ‘recession’

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Scott Morrison has again warned of the financial consequences of Australians electing a Labor government saying ‘history will show’.

PM unveils $328m family violence plan

Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks at the Australian Financial Review Business Summit in Sydney, Tuesday, March 5, 2019. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

Scott Morrison has unveiled a national strategy to combat the violence against women as part of a $328 million funding boost.

The unexpected power of a single act

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Larissa Waters didn’t realise how momentous her decision to breastfeed while in parliament was until long after.

Australia finally signs crucial trade deal


A trade deal between Indonesia and Australia has finally been signed after a months-long delay. But it still faces one last hurdle.

Trainwreck interview: ‘No, you’re wrong’

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Try watching this shocker interview without cringing — most viewers couldn’t. Who was actually telling the truth during the tense exchange?

The key issue in the federal election

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It’s the issue influencing Australian voters ahead of this years election, but whether it’s top priority for the candidates is yet to be seen.

‘I can’t recall’: Abbott’s memory fails him

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Radio host Ray Hadley confronted Tony Abbott over his support for George Pell. There was one question the former PM could not answer.

‘Spectacularly bad’ parody taken down

The controversial video of Christopher Pyne. Picture: YouTube

A video making fun of outgoing minister Christopher Pyne for quitting has been deleted after sparking a furious backlash from some Australians.

Truth about Bishop’s famous red heels

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Julie Bishop now hopes her choice of footwear will inspire other women to enter politics, but her initial reason for wearing them was far simpler.

Photo reveals crisis in Australia

The Turnbull ministry in 2016. The crossed out faces have either left the ministry or are planning to leave parliament.

One photo taken immediately after the 2016 election has revealed exactly how much trouble Scott Morrison’s government is in.

Labor’s $60m domestic violence plan

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Opposition leader Bill Shorten today said under Labor they plan to ensure “financial barriers aren’t the reason victims are trapped in a violent relationship”.

‘You are embarrassing’: Abbott blasted


Tony Abbott has been brutally slapped down after wading into one of the world’s most volatile and contentious debates.

Parramatta to CBD in 20 minutes

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Travel times between Parramatta and the CBD are expected to be slashed in half as construction on the new Metro West line are set to begin next year.

How many votes Bishop thought she had

Former Liberal deputy leader Julie Bishop at a press conference before donating her red high heel shoes to the Australian Museum of Democracy at Old Parliament House in Canberra, Wednesday, November 28, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

Julie Bishop has opened up about her failed attempt to become prime minister and pointed the finger at one person for destroying it.

Important numbers behind MP exodus

Minister for Defence Christopher Pyne is seen out the front of his Electorate office in Magill, Adelaide, Saturday, March 2, 2019. Minister Pyne has formally announced his retirement from politics. (AAP Image/David Mariuz) NO ARCHIVING

There are a lot of reasons MPs are deciding to call it quits before the election. This could be one of them.

Huge pre-election blow for government

Minister for Defence Christopher Pyne is seen at the Naval Shipbuilding College at Osborne in Adelaide, Friday, February 15, 2019. (AAP Image/Kelly Barnes) NO ARCHIVING

Liberal minister Christopher Pyne is quitting politics, following Steven Ciobo and others out the door amid a mass exodus from the Liberal party.

Liberal’s self-destruction rages on

Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks during a press conference with ABC Chair Designate Ita Buttrose in Sydney, Thursday, February 28, 2019. Prime Minister Morrison has announced the Government has recommended to the Governor-General that Ita Buttrose be appointed as the next Chair of the ABC. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts) NO ARCHIVING

The Liberal Party’s program of self-destruction, which began with the ousting of Malcolm Turnbull last August, is speeding up, Malcolm Farr writes.

Dutton’s ‘utterly absurd’ claim


Peter Dutton has been blasted after sensationally claiming Australians could be “kicked off” waiting lists for health care and housing.

Man most likely to be our next PM

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Bill Shorten has managed to last as Labor leader longer than most in recent history. Is he on the cusp of an even bigger win in May?

Bill Shorten’s plan to woo gay voters

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He may have been stood up by a group of drag queens, but it didn’t stop Bill Shorten making a special announcement to win over gay voters.

What’s the future of One Nation?

One Nation leader Senator Pauline Hanson in the Senate chamber at Parliament House in Canberra, Thursday, February 14, 2019. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

One Nation was set to dominate the Senate after the 2016 saw four candidates elected but since then the party has disintegrated.

PM moves to strip Pell of highest honour

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to the media after a tour of the Tumut 3 power station at the Snowy Hydro Scheme in Talbingo, Tuesday, February 26, 2019. Scott Morrison announced today a further $1.3 billion investment into the Snowy Hydro 2.0 project. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

Scott Morrison has resolved to get tough on Cardinal George Pell after the church leader was found guilty of sexually abusing two boys.

Shock new twist in Emma Husar case

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The defamation case between Emma Husar and Buzzfeed has taken a shock turn, with allegations another politician “touched her all over her body”.

Old Pell interview haunts Tony Abbott

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As Australia absorbs the news about George Pell’s horrendous crimes, Tony Abbott must come to terms with his praise for the man.

‘Take it down’: Bitter fight over map

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An Australian charity has been told to take down this map “before someone is killed” after an incident in the early hours of the morning.

Massive hydro project to go ahead

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Australia will build the second largest pumped hydro project in the world after an $1.4 billion investment into Snowy Hydro 2.0 was announced.

10-year plan to combat twin killers

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A $220 million 10-year plan will be announced by the Federal Government to fight Australia’s two biggest killers.

Is that really you, Tony?

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We’ve seen former prime minister Tony Abbott do crazier things like bite into a raw onion, so taking selfies in a suit on the beach really wouldn’t surprise Australia.

How well do you know Scott Morrison?

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How well do you really know Scott Morrison? Here is a quick crash course on Australia’s 30th Prime Minister.

Backlash over ‘fake’ $127k cheque

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It was meant to be taken in jest, but instead this photo has blown up in a political candidate’s face. Today she hit back at her critics.

‘You’re going to get hit by a truck’

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Scott Morrison went on TV this morning to flaunt his newest policy. He was met with a grim warning from Sky News host Laura Jayes.

Furious reaction to dawn service axing

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Tony Abbott has added his voice to a chorus of anger at Government plans to end the Anzac Day dawn service at Villers-Bretonneux.

Poll delivers crushing news for PM

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Labor has weathered a political storm over border protection and maintained a six-point lead over the Coalition.

MPs act after heart attacks hit close to home


The impact of heart disease is up close and personal for key Australian politicians throwing their support behind a national screening program.

Australians’ alarming health stat

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Almost every Australian adult has at least one unhealthy habit or risk factor for a heart attack, which should serve as a wake-up call.

Bishop leaves PM hopelessly exposed


Julie Bishop’s bombshell decision to quit politics has created a gaping hole in the Liberal Party — and left Scott Morrison hopelessly exposed.

‘Too far’: Brutal letter to our leaders

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Former Socceroos captain Craig Foster has written a brutal letter to Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten, saying Australia has gone “too far”.

Bank victims to get second chance

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Labor has revealed the cornerstone of its response to the banking royal commission — an “unprecedented” scheme to compensate customers.

How the Liberals lost ‘star’ Bishop


Julie Bishop’s shock departure comes down to one mistake the party made after she became the first woman to contest its leadership.

The hole Julie Bishop leaves behind

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Julie Bishop has announced she is quitting politics. Her loss will make one of the government’s biggest problems even worse.

Shock move for former MAFS star

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We thought he was an actor while on the reality show, but Troy Delmege has announced his intention to become a federal politician.

Bombshell letter: ‘Hockey owes me’

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The controversy swirling around Joe Hockey has taken a dramatic turn thanks to an explosive letter written by the man he met with in Washington.

Latham’s shameful myth exposed

NSW One Nation leader Mark Latham speaks to the media at the launch of his Save Australia Day campaign in Sydney, Wednesday, January 16, 2019. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

Opinion: Mark Latham had a lot to say about domestic violence this morning — and not one word of it was true.

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