Conservative federal Liberal MP Craig Kelly delivered his inspiring words yesterday, when he ruled out quitting his party and running as an independent, citing his ‘contract’ with the people.
It took tear gas and a lot of manpower to keep the US border secure. And the incident is likely to add weight to US President Donald Trump’s demands for a border wall.
Anytime Russia and Ukraine clash, it’s cause for concern. The potential for a small skirmish to spiral into something larger is very real. The bigger danger arises if allies get involved.
Yesterday, Hanson posed a new challenge for her fellow senators. She commended the strict immigration policy posed by the isolated Indian tribespeople that killed a young American evangelist…
According to the global body, Australia is not on track to meet its Paris climate commitments. Don’t worry though. We’re in good company. Only half of the G20 group is supposedly on track, mostly smaller and highly urbanised nations.
Perhaps Greens leader Richard Di Natale is still smarting from the numerous allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct levelled at his own party in recent weeks.
Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott has made it clear he doesn’t intend to go anywhere. But not all of his fellow Liberals are pleased with that decision. Nor, it would seem, are they pleased with some of Abbott’s staunchest supporters.
The National Climate Assessment in the US notes that the cost of damaging weather in the US in the last few years is at record levels. But it appears they did not take into account the increased population and resulting dwellings in many of the areas hit by natural disasters. However Trump stated, ‘I don’t believe it’.
We can all agree that terrorists should be tracked down and eliminated from Australian soil. Even if we can’t all agree on which acts are or are not terrorist related. And every Australian’s personal freedom — the right to privacy and security on the internet — is at risk with the government’s proposed new law.
In a sign that maybe, just maybe, the deal will go ahead, EU leaders formally agreed to a Brexit deal at a summit in Brussels, urging Britons to back May’s package.
Victorians voted on Saturday and the results have left the Liberals in a weaker position. But the party’s leaders insist that their vision on a national level remains the best for Australia.
In another Twitter frenzy, Trump has revealed that migrants at the US–Mexico border will stay in Mexico until their asylum claims are individually approved in US courts.
With energy costs demanding ever more of consumers’ discretionary spending money, the Morrison government is set to introduce its ‘big stick’ energy company divestiture laws to parliament this sitting fortnight.
As surely as night follows day, any mention of reducing Australia’s high-level immigration intake, to address its skyrocketing population, will see vested interests shout down the idea.
In a rather funny turn of phrase, the Former Labour PM Tony Blair has said the current Brexit deal is ‘a dodo’ and somewhere between, ‘painful and pointless’.
The Greens Party pride themselves on being the moral voice of Australia. They’re idealists that only ‘want the best’ for Australians. But are they as morally right as they believe?
British Prime Minister Theresa May is remaining firm on her Brexit plan. Very few are matching her confidence, with a number of members of her party opposed to the deal she has drafted.
Two weeks ago, Australia had its second terrorist attack and the first in Melbourne. Prime Minister Scott Morrison took it upon himself to call out the community leaders that could help prevent these types of attacks.
Labor has announced it will subsidise 100,000 household batteries to support their solar panels and invest $15 billion in energy transmission and generation if it wins the next federal election.
A number of Muslim leaders, offended by Scott Morrison’s comments saying they should do more to combat extremism, have decided to boycott a proposed meeting with the prime minister.
US President Donald Trump isn’t known for holding back. This time, as RAW reports, just two words from the US President have sparked a surge of new political controversy. The words were ‘Obama judge’.
Morrison is following in US President Donald Trump’s footsteps by refusing to sign a non-binding migration agreement, which Australia helped draft.
As the prime minister of a nation mired hip deep in concerns over sexual harassment, we thought Scott Morrison would know better than to make suggestive comments. But we were wrong.
Yesterday, Kelly O’Dwyer, Australia’s minister for women, offered a refreshing new take while delivering the nation’s first women’s economic security statement in Canberra. Her words of advice to younger ladies: Be more like blokes and don’t dwell on your setbacks for long.
The path to peace on the Korean peninsula was never going to be short and easy. But following US President Donald Trump’s historic and unconventional face-to-face meeting with North Korea’s Kim Jong-un, progress continues to be made.
The transgender rights reforms, put forward by the Labor opposition and the Greens passed the Tasmanian lower house on Tuesday night. The reforms now make parents ‘opt-in’ as to whether their sons’ or daughters’ gender should be listed on their birth certificate.
Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson isn’t holding back on is disdain for the freshly inked Brexit draft proposal. And he may well be positioning himself to replace Prime Minister Theresa May. According to RAW, Johnson considers talks regarding Britain’s ‘future…
Fortunately, Scott Morrison is beginning to see the light of day on the issue. He is now considering cutting immigration numbers in order to avoid overflow in Australia’s largest cities.
Soaring power bills over the past years have left many hardworking Australians struggling to make ends meet. In
The Greens would prefer Aussies to take the moral high ground, no matter the cost and eventual futility in combatting potential climate change.