politics

Sun 23 Sep 2018

Aged care providers encouraged to apply for grant

Aged care providers encouraged to apply for grant

AGED care providers can now apply for up to $500,000 worth of funding, in an new government grant

Trump could topple ScoMo’s plans

Trump could topple ScoMo’s plans

LABOR won’t be the biggest obstacle to Scott Morrison’s strategy to win the next election — it’s US President Donald Trump.

Town disappears off the map

Town disappears off the map

IT WAS supposed to be a regional centre, but the neglect killed this town entirely.

Russian Espionage: The secret hidden in plain sight

Russian Espionage: The secret hidden in plain sight

STRANGE things have been happening in this hugely popular tourist city and it turns out that it’s littered with secret sites of horror.

Sat 22 Sep 2018

Scott Morrison’s ‘fair go’ lie

Scott Morrison’s ‘fair go’ lie

WHILE Scott Morrison loves the premise of giving everyone ‘a fair go’, there’s one area of politics that needs this more than any other.

Ad has ‘biggest wow moment ever seen’

Ad has ‘biggest wow moment ever seen’

IT starts out like any other ad, but there’s a jaw-dropping sting in the tail that you’ll never see coming - and the internet LOVES it.

PM’s ban on international travel

PM’s ban on international travel

THE FEDERAL government has announced it will crack down on welfare recipients by stopping them from going on overseas holidays.

Trump goes off-leash as he abuses alleged sex assault victim

Trump goes off-leash as he abuses alleged sex assault victim

DONALD Trump has publicly questioned the authenticity of the sex abuse claims against his pick for the Supreme Court.

Melbourne’s population growth smashes Sydney's

Melbourne’s population growth smashes Sydney's

ONE incredible comparison puts Melbourne’s unrelenting population growth into perspective. New statistics back it up.

Three-quarters of Aussies want more diversity in advertising

Three-quarters of Aussies want more diversity in advertising

A MAJOR media player has joined the community's fight against the lack of diversity in advertising - and here's how you can benefit.

Fri 21 Sep 2018

SNEAK PEEK: Julie Bishop’s explosive interview

SNEAK PEEK: Julie Bishop’s explosive interview

SOME of the “suits” in parliament are “no better than children” and Australia is the laughing stock of the world, Julie Bishop says in a damning interview.

More highway upgrades announced

More highway upgrades announced

THE total number of upgrades on the Warrego Highway has been increased to 18, after three more were announced

Thu 20 Sep 2018

Taxpayers’ $100K bill to keep ‘bullied’ MP quiet

Taxpayers’ $100K bill to keep ‘bullied’ MP quiet

THIS politician is off to New York for a $100,000 jaunt before she quits, in a likely bid to stop her bullying claims. And taxpayers will foot the bill.

PM reaches school funding deal

PM reaches school funding deal

SCOTT Morrison has announced billions of dollars in funding for independent and Catholic schools in a peace deal designed to ease tensions with the sector.

'No confidence': Dramatic move against embattled Dutton

'No confidence': Dramatic move against embattled Dutton

PETER Dutton’s political enemies say his job should “be at an end” today, but he has avoided a no confidence vote by just one vote.

Trump ridiculed for storm remarks

Trump ridiculed for storm remarks

THE President called the hurricane “one of the wettest we have seen from the standpoint of water” — and the internet is loving it.

Brave story behind kid’s question to PM

Brave story behind kid’s question to PM

SHE made headlines as the girl brave enough to challenge Scott Morrison on national television, and now Evie has revealed her heartbreaking backstory.

'HOUSE OF CARDS’: Property gurus take on PM’s dire warning

'HOUSE OF CARDS’: Property gurus take on PM’s dire warning

THE PM says a bold property plan would “invite a housing market crash”. But some experts have accused him of blatant exaggeration.

Wed 19 Sep 2018

Inquiry finds Peter Dutton ‘misled parliament’

Inquiry finds Peter Dutton ‘misled parliament’

AN inquiry into Peter Dutton’s involvement in the au pair saga has concluded the Home Affairs Minister misled parliament.

Boy arrested over strawberry sabotage

Boy arrested over strawberry sabotage

A CHILD has discovered a needle in a banana and a boy has been arrested after admitting he put needles in strawberries as a prank.

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