There can be few more promising signs that a degree of normality is set to return than the Prime Minister’s surprise announcement on Friday that the staged re-opening of international […]
Outdoor swimming pools can reopen across NSW today, Victoria is on track to hit its 80 per first first-dose vaccine target tomorrow and Queensland has hit back at the Prime […]
But Queensland does not want to ‘give in’, its deputy Premier said on Sunday.
As more countries openly criticise the new AUKUS defence pact, European Council President Charles Michel reminded the Prime Minister of the need for “transparency and loyalty”.
Mitchell Cole blamed a cocaine addiction for his failure to complete work for which he had accepted tens of thousands of dollars from multiple clients.
An artist suing the Australia Council claims their project was defunded because of the feared reprisal.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness says that Vybz Kartel may have a key role in the government’s continued efforts to vaccinate the majority of Jamaica’s population by 2022. So far, just […]
The Industry Minister’s cabinet position is on the line as he waits for advice, commissioned by the Prime Minister, to determine whether he breached ministerial standards by accepting money through […]
Victoria plans a modest easing of coronavirus restrictions, the Prime Minister says he’s secured another 500,000 Pfizer vaccines and US President Joe Biden labels the Afghanistan evacuation a success.
Top public servant Phil Gaetjens has suspended his inquiry into who in the Prime Minister’s office knew about allegations of sexual assault in Parliament House.
The path to re-election for the Prime Minister has hit a few bumps, many of his own making.
Dianne Jagelman is a Liberal Party supporter who has handed out election leaflets for Malcolm Turnbull. But after being barred from leaving Australia to visit family, she says she is […]
Three years to the day since Scott Morrison became Prime Minister, the latest Resolve Political Monitor shows he continues to outsmart Labor critics who thought he would fail after winning […]
Labor leader Anthony Albanese, though, is calling for the public to see the full health advice so people could know whether it was safe to ease the rules.
There are disillusioned Coalition voters aplenty, but there are simmering issues that may flare just in time for the Prime Minister.
Qantas’ decision will stand as a template for other big firms from mining to hospitality feeling compelled by health and safety rules to require jabs for their workers.
Firefighters across Europe have rushed to help Greece as the Prime Minister is forced to apologise for “any weaknesses” in the emergency response.
Labor may have touched a chord – and the Prime Minister should see it. But Labor, too, has much work to do to rediscover its common touch.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison wants everyone aged 16 and over to get vaccinated now, despite the federal government’s own official advice.
Gladys Berejiklian and Daniel Andrews saved the day in the first wave of coronavirus. We can’t afford them sideswiping while the Prime Minister is sidestepping.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian is at odds with the Prime Minister, who insists only a lockdown will end the outbreak.
Scott Morrison has warned the damage from lockdowns will be significant but anticipates a sharp recovery before Christmas.
Voters are losing their patience with the pandemic. It’s a risk for all politicians, but the timing may yet work in the Prime Minister’s favour.
The premiers are increasingly calling the shots while the Prime Minister smirks and shirks.
Sydney teachers have sought out AstraZeneca shots after the Prime Minister said anyone under the age of 40 could talk to their GP about receiving the vaccine.
The Australian Medical Association warns the Prime Minister has mangled the message around the AstraZeneca vaccine, while state premiers were being “unhelpful”.
Annastacia Palaszczuk warned young people to ignore the Prime Minister’s encouragement of the AstraZeneca vaccine and to instead wait for Pfizer.
People under 40 have rushed to book AstraZeneca vaccines after the Prime Minister said they could come forward, but the health advice is clear Pfizer is the preferred shot.
Senior officials inside the Prime Minister’s department are delaying the passage of new Magnitsky-style laws to ban human rights offenders from entering the country.
Scott Morrison’s office spent weeks planning a secret G7 side trip for the Prime Minister to explore his convict family roots.