With a federal poll due within a year, Gladys Berejiklian’s exit makes Scott Morrison’s path to victory through NSW that much harder.
The PM says said the government had “showered the states” with money during the pandemic and it shouldn’t “be used as an excuse for shakedown politics”.
The PM promoted one of his closest allies to cabinet, Immigration Minister Alex Hawke, in the small reshuffle that also rewarded Ben Morton and Tim Wilson.
In a briefing last week, one remark from Scott Morrison gave heart to Liberal backbenchers who desperately want the government to sign up to net zero emissions by 2050.
It would seem that Scott Morrison is somewhere between a rock and a hard place and no amount of marketing is going to get him out of this dilemma.
Malcolm Turnbull has claimed Scott Morrison put Australia’s national security at risk in how he handled dumping a submarine contract with France.
At least Scott Morrison will have warm memories from his US trip to counter the arctic frost which has settled over our relationship with France.
As Joe Biden was negotiating a new submarine partnership with Scott Morrison, the US was secretly working on another deal.
It was a preview of the power of a slogan to substitute for actual action on climate.
Steven Miles says Scott Morrison should focus on his job rather than what might happen in Queensland in a few months’ time.
Pelosi’s praise defies any expectations that Scott Morrison would face public criticism from Democrats over climate during his trip to Washington.
Paul Keating exposes Scott Morrison’s spectacular own goal and Labor’s limp response.
Joe Biden and Xi Jinping used the UN General Assembly to make serious new pledges, highlighting Scott Morrison is out of step with the global consensus.
The Prime Minister dined with News Corp boss Robert Thomson in New York before meeting with US President Joe Biden.
The modelling’s been done, the reopening targets set. But the coronavirus and its variants may not be compliant with Scott Morrison’s economic re-election masterplan.
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”.
Indonesia was alarmed by Australia’s plan to arm itself with nuclear-propelled submarines, but the leaders will not meet next week as Scott Morrison had hoped.
Morrison – as he always does – is determinedly putting the past behind him.
Voters hear Scott Morrison’s upbeat assessment of how we’ll emerge from lockdown, yet they’ll judge him not on his promise but on its delivery.
The ACT Director of Public Prosecutions says Phil Gaetjens’ investigation into who in Scott Morrison’s office knew about Brittany Higgins’ rape allegation could prejudice court proceedings.
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 […]
Scott Morrison thinks he has picked the national mood with a forceful message about the path out of lockdown and toward normal life. He should explain why,
After Tiananmen Square, Bob Hawke stood by those affected. Now it’s Scott Morrison’s turn.
The collapse of the Afghan government means an elite team of state and federal police homicide detectives will now struggle to interview Afghan witnesses to alleged Australian crimes.
Captain Jason Scanes is absolutely gutted by the federal government’s failure to get our friends out of Afghanistan.
There are disillusioned Coalition voters aplenty, but there are simmering issues that may flare just in time for the Prime Minister.
The Prime Minister wants to shift the nation’s thinking on COVID, but to do that he will have to take risk.
It is the premiers and chief ministers who will decide how Australia charts its course out of this crisis.
Barnaby the obscurantist denialist is now Barnaby the negotiator. He wants a deal for his constituents that helps soften the burden of climate change action – and the ball is […]
On climate, Scott Morrison is headed for a clash with his global peers. The NSW Premier, meanwhile, risks border wars with state and territory leaders.