A historian challenges Scott Morrison’s interpretation of January 26, but also argues we’ve become a better society because Australia Day is a day of contention rather than unity.
Dan Christian fired back at Scott Morrison after the Prime Minister criticised Cricket Australia over a move to drop ‘Australia Day’ in BBL games next week.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says any plan to move hotel quarantine to the regions needs to have a “net benefit” for the communities affected.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s comment that January 26, 1788, “wasn’t a particularly flash day” for convicts either has drawn criticism from Labor and the Greens.
The decision to block the extradition of Julian Assange to the US was made on the grounds of his mental health, leaving important wider questions still at issue.
In Parliament Scott Morrison claimed Kevin Rudd gained exemptions to travel overseas. Meanwhile, in far-away Queensland, an incensed Rudd fired up his Twitter.
From the time Gough Whitlam set foot in China during the early 1970s to establish diplomatic relations, Australia’s ties with the communist state have been largely based on mutual self-interest.
The prime minister has suggested the end of certainty, saying economic challenges loom in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
While the bills are adding up for stranded Aussies, DFAT are still trying to get more than 36,000 home as the PM’s promised Christmas deadline looms.
Morrison will have two damaged ministers in his cabinet. The questions about them are questions of character.
Lil Nas X is taking 2020 by full force with a virtual concert. Coronavirus has changed life as we know it over the last few months, forcing people indoors, adding […]
The bonk ban is a Coalition response to what’s become a quintessentially Coalition problem.
Thank you, Peter FitzSimons (“NRL backflips on national anthem after PM leads call”, October 30).
Scott Morrison’s pugnacious response to Boris Johnson’s plea for Australia to take bold action on climate change is to be expected from someone who is beholden to the fossil fuel […]
It’s all very good for the PM to act swiftly in being critical of senior public sector executives involved in expenses scandals.
The Lebanese veteran politician Saad al-Hariri was named PM for a fourth time, and pledged to form a new government to tackle the country’s worst crisis since its 1975-1990 civil […]
Thousands of anti-government protesters took over key intersections in Bangkok on Sunday, defying a ban on protests for the fourth day.
Queensland’s major party leaders have returned to Brisbane after days spent talking jobs in the regions.
The states’ anti-corruption bodies are proving their value and convincing voters why the federal government needs one just as good. If only.
Scott Morrison says the LNP’s plan to “get people off unemployment benefits” and into a job would allow Queensland to balance its budget within four years.
The Queensland election campaign enters its second week with the parties ramping up their efforts, with the LNP in particular boosted by a visit from the PM over the weekend.
The state LNP leader was left twiddling her thumbs when Scott Morrison and 11 others took a ride in a tank but left her behind.
The Prime Minister invoked the productive federal-state relationship with South Australia in his first Queensland election appearance, labelled a ‘rescue mission’ by Labor.
The 1980 Moscow Olympic Games divided the nation, including our athletes.
As Melbourne goes into lockdown and Victoria’s border closes, Scott Morrison tries to sell us the line that we are all Victorians now.
Police allege that Corey Hurren brought a prohibited M14 rifle, plus the shotguns and a revolver made by Hi-Standard to the grounds of the PM’s residence.
WA Premier Mark McGowan has labelled Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s support of Clive Palmer’s border challenge in the High Court as “ridiculous” and unnecessary.
The government’s announcement of an extra $270 billion found for more missiles and other armaments has certainly got the hawks all excited.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says she doesn’t support people being friendly before “sending out others to do their dirty work”.
It is also hoping that Asian countries will accept its incursions in the South China Sea as “reality”, the former PM tells in an exclusive interview.