The first budget update has disclosed information that could mean additional money for Australian wallets. Mr Frydenberg’s budget has disclosed an $11 billion war chest at the government’s will before the next election.
We all know you can’t take every opinion poll at face value. But when you consistently lose every leadership poll — and by a factor of 18% or more — it’s a big stretch to claim that you’re popular.
The allegations of bullying made against Labor’s New South Wales MP Emma Husar were brought forward by numerous staff members. Though Husar continues to deny these claims, the NSW Labor party is moving on.
You may not recall much from 1989–91. But if you were a home owner in Sydney, you likely lost sleep during those years as you watched your home’s value plummet. Now Sydney is on track to beat that ruinous record.
Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari has found himself in a situation that American author Mark Twain would have recognised.
May’s hopes of getting her Brexit deal through the Commons have been dealt another major blow after Trump expressed concern that it could harm trade with the US.
Victoria’s Liberal Party has launched a website called ‘Daniel Andrews Sucks’. Authorised by Nick Demiris, Victorian Liberal Party’s state director, the website features a clip of the Labour leader in a jester hat, as crime victims share their personal stories.
As if Brexit wasn’t facing enough opposition from globalist forces in the UK and EU, a new threat to the deal is looming. The latest hurdle comes from Spain.
Staffing shakeups under US President Donald Trump have become a fixture of his administration. Even Australia’s prime ministers have more staying power than many top White House staff.
As part of an agreement signed with Papua New Guinea, the Lombrum naval base will be extended in order to accommodate Australian and US naval ships.
Why are Australian universities educating Chinese military scientists? The question arises after a new report found Chinese military scientists regularly work undercover in Australian universities on high tech weapons and communications research.
Section 44 of the constitution bans people that earn money from taxpayer funds from having a seat in parliament. And with Dr Phelps roles as both a GP and a university professor, it could suggest that she is infracting the constitution.
Australia’s Navy may be more pragmatic than the US in their approach to the mounting Chinese military presence in the South China Sea. But that doesn’t mean the Australian Navy has been sitting on its laurels.
Any further delays in implementing Brexit could well open the door for a second referendum. One that would likely see the ‘remain’ voters victorious. Right up until the third referendum, that is.