politics

Tue 18 Dec 2018

Sea World hits back at protesters

Sea World hits back at protesters

Sea World has taken aim at the “radical minority group” that forced the cancellation of its famous dolphin show and put the “animals in danger”.

US panic over looming shutdown

US panic over looming shutdown

America could enter freefall in days with government agencies potentially closing “long-term”, but Donald Trump is packing for a Mar-a-Lago trip.

May confirms Brexit deal vote

May confirms Brexit deal vote

With the clock ticking, a date has been chosen for British MPs to vote on Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal, it’s been announced.

Mon 17 Dec 2018

MP resigns after ‘sugar baby’ claims

MP resigns after ‘sugar baby’ claims

A married Nationals MP accused of meeting younger women through a sugar daddy website has resigned from his senior position.

Major hint tax cuts are on the way

Major hint tax cuts are on the way

Tax cuts for Australians are looking increasingly likely after the Morrison Government released its latest economic outlook.

Scott Morrison’s secret $10.8 billion promises surplus

Scott Morrison’s secret $10.8 billion promises surplus

The government has revealed a remarkable surge in the budget’s bottom line — but a mysterious $10.8 billion is getting all the attention.

Sun 16 Dec 2018

Malaysia furious at Oz stance on Israel

Malaysia furious at Oz stance on Israel

Malaysia has come out swinging in response to Australia’s move to recognise West Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Labor promises new environment agency

Labor promises new environment agency

AUSTRALIA'S environment laws would be rewritten under an elected Labor government, which would also create a new national protection authority.

How ‘dodgy’ bosses are ripping you off

How ‘dodgy’ bosses are ripping you off

Australian bosses are “ripping off” their own employees, sneakily underpaying them by billions of dollars a year.

UN climate change talks end with deal

UN climate change talks end with deal

Almost 200 countries have put aside their political differences to agree on the rules for a landmark climate deal to prevent the impact of global warming.

Want to fossick? Gold, opal now available to Qld families

Want to fossick? Gold, opal now available to Qld families

QUEENSLAND families will now be given greater access to sites used for fossicking sapphires, gold, opal and topaz.

Bill Shorten ambushed by Adani protesters on stage

Bill Shorten ambushed by Adani protesters on stage

Seconds after walking on stage for his speech to Labor’s National Conference, Bill Shorten was suddenly ambushed by protesters.

PM announces next Governor General

PM announces next Governor General

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced Australia’s new Governor-General today, despite pleas from Labor to not do it.

Welfare payment ‘grossly inadequate’

Welfare payment ‘grossly inadequate’

Protesters have ambushed delegates at Labor’s National Conference this morning, demanding an increase to a controversial welfare payment.

Trump rocked by another resignation

Trump rocked by another resignation

In yet another shake-up among Trump administration officials, the US Interior Secretary is the latest high-profile departure from a government walking on ice.

Sat 15 Dec 2018

Fears for future after horror week

Fears for future after horror week

HIS public face is always confident and in control. But behind closed doors, US President Donald Trump is rightfully terrified.

CASH CRISIS: The country where money has no value

CASH CRISIS: The country where money has no value

As companies continue to pull out of this warring country and end their years of business, they’re paying their workers in everything but money.

Fri 14 Dec 2018

Trump in nightmare legal vortex

Trump in nightmare legal vortex

After an extraordinary day of confusing Twitter rantings and a bizarre Fox appearance, the President is inching closer to the edge of the precipice.

The top thing that Aussies want to know

The top thing that Aussies want to know

If you want to know what’s on Australia’s mind, no one knows better than Google, because we’re not afraid to ask the search engine.

Truth about this ‘offensive’ Woolies cake

Truth about this ‘offensive’ Woolies cake

A tweet about a purportedly offensive cake sparked an online backlash. But the Outrage Brigade missed an obvious detail.

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