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Two alarming assaults on your freedom by a government that spruiks liberty

Two alarming assaults on your freedom by a government that spruiks liberty

The Morrison government is quietly pushing ahead with two bills that will allow government to alter, delete or add to your internet content even if you haven't been convicted of anything.

  • by Brian Toohey

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Scott Morrison backs coal wealth for decades to come

Scott Morrison backs coal wealth for decades to come

The Prime Minister fended off calls to phase out fossil fuels, but also ruled out government subsidies for coal mines.

  • by David Crowe
PM to visit as Queensland councillors fear fallout of quarantine proposal

PM to visit as Queensland councillors fear fallout of quarantine proposal

Scott Morrison will host a remote meeting of the national cabinet from Brisbane on Friday.

  • by Lydia Lynch
Albanese lashes Morrison for cosying up to Trump in first major foreign policy speech

Albanese lashes Morrison for cosying up to Trump in first major foreign policy speech

Labor leader Anthony Albanese will claim Prime Minister Scott Morrison's close relationship with Donald Trump has damaged Australia's alliance with the United States.

  • by Anthony Galloway
Domestic travellers can't make up for lost international dollars: Tourism industry

Domestic travellers can't make up for lost international dollars: Tourism industry

The government is counting on Australians seeing their own backyard to support tourism operators through the pandemic, but the industry says it won't be enough.

  • by David Crowe
Morrison talks with Pence, Pompeo but not Trump

Morrison talks with Pence, Pompeo but not Trump

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has this week reached out to two key members of Donald Trump's administration but has no plans to talk to the outgoing US President.

  • by Anthony Galloway
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'Operating in the dark': A year since Australia's first public COVID-19 concerns

'Operating in the dark': A year since Australia's first public COVID-19 concerns

Exactly one year ago we heard concerns from Australian health authorities for the first time about a new illness emerging from China. There was a lot we didn't know.

  • by Rachel Clun
'The answer is no': Borders to stay closed despite huge vaccination program

'The answer is no': Borders to stay closed despite huge vaccination program

A new warning against overseas travel has sparked calls for billions of dollars in aid for the tourism industry as bans on international border crossings are set to continue throughout 2021.

  • by David Crowe
'Very disappointing': Morrison criticises incitement of riots without naming Trump

'Very disappointing': Morrison criticises incitement of riots without naming Trump

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has criticised "things that were said" which incited the violent riots on the US Congress without directly naming President Donald Trump.

  • by Anthony Galloway
What is the role of gas in a green economy?
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What is the role of gas in a green economy?

In the second part of our series Future Power, we explain why the government wants more gas, and we ask, how clean is natural gas – and what is its future in Australia?

  • by Nick O'Malley and Nick Toscano
Sporting stadiums and car parks could become mass vaccination hubs

Sporting stadiums and car parks could become mass vaccination hubs

Leading medical groups are weighing up ideas to vaccinate millions of Australians by the middle of the year.

  • by Aisha Dow