Morrison is confident that the ‘climate wars’ that hamstrung the Liberal Party are history. And he says his government can deliver emissions reductions of 26–28%…without costing you your job.
With the upcoming election set to be held this Saturday, the PM is confident of regaining the seat of Indi. ‘I’m confident because I believe people here in Indi so want to see a government member here in Indi that can be part of the plans that we continue to roll out.’
The journalist who asked Prime Minister Scott Morrison if he thought that gay people go to hell didn’t deserve an answer. Morrison was asked the infantile question on Monday. The journalist was tying into the public backlash against Australian rugby player Israel Folau.
Democrats had high hopes for the Mueller report to provide sure evidence against Trump that would kick him out of office. The ‘upcoming’ report was their rallying mouth-piece that fuelled their ‘just you wait’ mentality.
Using Australia and New Zealand as ideal models, Trump has announced a proposal to overhaul America’s current immigration system in place of a merit-based process to acquire more highly skilled migrants.
Australia’s resource industry forms a cornerstone of its successful economy. Nowhere is that truer than in central Queensland. But in order for the industry to continue growing and thriving for the next generations, it will need some healthy investment.
The new housing deposit scheme being spruiked by both the Liberal and Labor Parties in hopes of winning your vote may lure you into buying a property you can’t really afford. And one that could still go down in value for years to come.
It’s a bad combination. And one that’s increasingly concerning to ANZ boss Shayne Elliott. And while he says it’s not his job to predict what the RBA will do next, Elliot believes a cut is the best way to assist the growing number of customers that can’t repay their mortgages.
At 4pm today the final report of the Banking Royal Commission will be released. The commission’s conclusions and recommendations are likely to have far-reaching consequences for Australia’s financial industry.While we wait, let’s look at some key areas.