ALP to keep pressure on govt over economy
Labor finance spokeswoman Katy Gallagher still believes the federal government can do more to support the economy.
Labor frontbencher Katy Gallagher says the review into Labor’s defeat at the May election is a “pretty brutal business”.
Attorney General Christian Porter has described the ABC’s footage of race horses being slaughtered as “astonishingly bad behaviour”.
Attorney General Christian Porter says the ongoing investigations into journalists at the ABC and Nine are being conducted at arms length from the government.
Opposition finance spokeswoman Katy Gallagher sees significant benefits from three trade agreements that have been secured by the Morrison government.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is expected to focus on a recently struck trade deal and another in the works during talks with Indonesian President Joko Widodo.
After a tourism boom involving people rushing to climb Uluru, will the nation’s most famous landmark remain a popular visitor destination?
Fallen rugby union star Israel Folau has told a conservative Christian conference he would ‘absolutely’ repeat the social media post that led to his sacking.
Senior Labor MP Mark Butler says he was unaware that former leader Bill Shorten had asked for help from the party during the election campaign.
Scott Morrison says the aim of returning a surplus is to protect the Australian economy rather than trying to achieve a ‘political prize’.
Owners in Sydney’s cracked Mascot Towers face a new $1 million bill months after agreeing to stump up $7.7 million to restore their decade-old building.
Australian trade minister Simon Birmingham says the government is watching the Brexit vote in the UK on Saturday “very closely”.
Mathias Cormann says future budgets may look at ways to help companies grow after a business group called for a cut in the 30 per cent company tax rate.
Former One Nation president Jim Savage says Pauline Hanson’s party is being managed by “clowns’ after being refused entry to the national conference.
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