But he still has 10 months to reverse the damage done to his fortunes by the bungled vaccine rollout.
The Sydney and Melbourne lockdowns mean short-term political pain for Scott Morrison. But longer-term impact is far from clear.
The Prime Minister bet the house of the NSW strategy, and must now accept his share of humble pie.
The virus is moving so fast that the scale of the most recent lockdowns will be difficult to predict and has forced changes to emergency relief payments.
Whether or not you accept Scott Morrison’s arguments on the NSW support package probably depends on your politics, or your postcode, but it’s not a question that can be settled […]
The Prime Minister denies Sydney is receiving special treatment for political purposes as its COVID lockdown continues. Looks can deceive.
Australia’s spot at the bottom of the OECD league table is not as simple as it seems. There are some factors Scott Morrison cannot change, but there are gaps he […]
Julia Banks has really beaten up the government in her warts-and-all memoir but it’s her interactions with Scott Morrison that make for the best reading.
A press release from Scott Morrison was the only official evidence that a car park’s funding was approved under a program the Auditor-General has blasted.
The day before Scott Morrison called the 2019 election, he approved $389 million worth of spending on commuter car parks in the electorates the Coalition was trying to win.
About 30 people aged under 40 received an AstraZeneca vaccination at one clinic on Tuesday, the day after Scott Morrison announced it would be available to all.
For a long time now Scott Morrison has cruised along on a message that, when you strip it down, essentially amounts to: “Be grateful.”
Scott Morrison’s office spent weeks planning a secret G7 side trip for the Prime Minister to explore his convict family roots.
New figures show there has been a 200 per cent increase in reports of ransomware attacks to Australia’s premier cyber security agency in recent months.
Scott Morrison and Boris Johnson will thrash out the final terms over a lavish dinner at Downing Street.
In a touch of symbolism in the Cornwall setting, first lady Jill Biden wore a black jacket with the word “LOVE” embroidered on the upper back, which she said was […]
Australian and US officials are hoping to co-ordinate the visit with a high-powered joint summit with the Japanese and Indian prime ministers in Washington.
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has offered his view on how to handle relations with the rising superpower after a meeting with Scott Morrison on Thursday.
G7 leaders are planning an ambitious pledge on climate change but the Prime Minister will stand apart from other advanced economies by not going any further on Australia’s existing commitments.
A conversation about what risk the nation is prepared to live with is coming but can this government do it with the honesty and complexity required?
Tensions between the ABC and the government have once again boiled over, despite Scott Morrison’s intentions to steer well clear of the ABC controversies his predecessors delighted in stoking.
Sharn Coombes, a criminal barrister of 20 years, will take on a former MP and a flight attendant for a south-eastern seat potentially crucial to Scott Morrison’s election chances.
The Victorian government has extended the seven-day lockdown for metropolitan Melbourne but regional Victorians will win some freedoms back from midnight tonight. Follow our live coronavirus coverage.
But the Federal government has hit back, with Scott Morrison saying Victoria has had generous funding from Canberra, and it wanted to “ensure Victoria doesn’t close itself again”.
While some downplay the NSW byelection loss, the reaction to the result plays into a real divide inside the party over how to take on Scott Morrison.
Labor has laid them, but so is Scott Morrison laying the traps that may one day snare him.
This week felt like the dry run for an early poll.
Christian Porter is the only minister from Scott Morrison’s March reshuffle who is yet to hold a press conference or give an interview.
George Megalogenis is spot on with his conclusion that Scott Morrison has been all too ready to pick fights with some sections of the community.
Queensland Treasurer Cameron Dick says the next state budget will need a reset after Scott Morrison’s comments on Sunday that the borders may stay closed indefinitely.