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PM’s sermon to his worried troops from a ‘muddy track’

PM’s sermon to his worried troops from a ‘muddy track’

Scott Morrison has told his MPs they’re in a tough spot, but can still win. Anthony Albanese’s ranks, meanwhile, are not free of worry.

  • by David Crowe

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JobMuddle: Why didn’t we just bring back JobKeeper?

JobMuddle: Why didn’t we just bring back JobKeeper?

JobKeeper was flawed and costly, but no one could blame the government for its hiccups on the run. What is less understandable is that it wasn’t improved - and resurrected when we inevitably needed it again.

  • by Andrew Charlton
Prime Minister says vaccines for everyone, despite government’s own plan

Prime Minister says vaccines for everyone, despite government’s own plan

Prime Minister Scott Morrison wants everyone aged 16 and over to get vaccinated now, despite the federal government’s own official advice.

  • by Rachel Clun
National cabinet thrown open to scrutiny in ruling it is not a cabinet

National cabinet thrown open to scrutiny in ruling it is not a cabinet

Senator Rex Patrick has succeeded in his appeal for documents from national cabinet to be made available under FOI.

  • by David Crowe
Morrison refuses to say if he saw list of marginal seats to get car park funding

Morrison refuses to say if he saw list of marginal seats to get car park funding

The Prime Minister has repeatedly insisted the minister made decisions about where to spend money on commuter car parks and not explained his role.

  • by Katina Curtis and Shane Wright
Missing $7860 whisky bottle among the extravagant gifts given to Trump’s White House

Missing $7860 whisky bottle among the extravagant gifts given to Trump’s White House

The public register reveals Scott Morrison joined numerous other world leaders in giving former president Donald Trump a picture of himself.

  • by Matthew Lee
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Damaged not destroyed: PM in trouble but could again land on his feet

Damaged not destroyed: PM in trouble but could again land on his feet

Morrison’s skill at triple backward somersaults could save him, unless it reaches the point where people no longer believe his smudging of fact and fiction.

  • by Niki Savva
Territory Stolen Generations survivors to share $380 million reparation scheme

Territory Stolen Generations survivors to share $380 million reparation scheme

Survivors of the Stolen Generation in the NT and ACT will now be eligible for $75,000 payments after the federal government reversed its position on compensation.

  • by Cameron Gooley
‘The furthest attempt’: Indigenous leader welcomes $1.1b Closing the Gap funding

‘The furthest attempt’: Indigenous leader welcomes $1.1b Closing the Gap funding

The Coalition of Peaks has praised the federal government’s Closing the Gap implementation plan but has warned much more needs to be done in the next decade.

  • by Cameron Gooley
Advertising blitz, not cash, to drive vaccine rate

Advertising blitz, not cash, to drive vaccine rate

A national advertising blitz will aim to spur millions of vaccinations by Christmas but the federal government has ruled out using cash vouchers.

  • by David Crowe
‘Really uncomfortable’: Coalition MPs speak out against vaccine passports

‘Really uncomfortable’: Coalition MPs speak out against vaccine passports

At least two Coalition MPs are threatening to cross the floor to vote against any plans to bring in vaccine passports.

  • by Anthony Galloway and Rob Harris