Labor is fond of declaring right at the moment that the Morrison government has no plan to kickstart the ailing economy. This isn’t quite right. The government does have a plan. The plan is this: 1. Hope
In Western Australia, state appears to be backtracking on letting traditional owners decide what is best for the land. The Dampier Peninsula, in the remote Kimberley region of Western Australia (WA), largest
As another General Election looms, the battle for No10 will fundamentally be fought and won online. In a four-part special series, we will investigate the tactics and dark arts being used by all of the
Anthony Albanese is holding his press conference on the climate emergency motion. He says Scott Morrison is “all rhethoric...when it comes to substance, he gets caught out that he is loose with the truth”.
Katharine Murphy has written up the latest Essential poll (yes, I know, all caveats about polls) and it has some interesting takeouts: While national politics frets about its trust crisis, the bulk of
While national politics frets about its trust crisis, the bulk of Australian voters appear reasonably sanguine with both of the major parties five months on from the federal election, with more than 60%
Anthony Albanese declined to criticise his resources spokesman, Joel Fitzgibbon, for arguing the ALP should lower its ambition on climate policy as the Labor leader confirmed a backflip on the Morrison