The Albanese government knows if rates move again, as now seems inevitable, it’s going to get whacked, regardless of the cause.
Israel’s ambassador to Australia defended the bombing of Gaza saying Hamas deliberately established its bases in places such as schools and hospitals.
The Albanese government has sent two more military aircraft to the Middle East in the event the conflict escalates.
The release of another two captured Israelis from Gaza has lifted hopes for dozens still held by Hamas, as world leaders step up efforts to defuse soaring tensions.
Israel argues a ‘Holocaust-denial-like phenomenon’ is evolving against the October 7 massacres that sparked its brutal response in Gaza.
Eight in 10 voters wanted the government focused on the cost of living at referendum time, while just one in 10 said the same of the Voice, the latest True Issues survey reveals.
- Israeli-Palestinian conflict
As the prime minister cops flak on talkback radio for his heavy travel schedule, the government is sensitive about the optics of his imminent Washington trip.
- Canberra Observed
What are the Greens going to demand be spent when the fuel excise runs out? And do they not realise that just because a car is battery powered, it will still need a road?
Peter Dutton says the prime minster should prioritise a trip to Israel ahead of the United States.
The US President faces rapidly worsening regional tensions sparked by a massive attack on a hospital in Gaza.
The Albanese government has announced $50 million in grants to boost security at religious schools, places of worship and community facilities.
The Prime Minister has been asked by MPs how to reconnect with their electorates as Liberal MPs seek to rub vinegar into his “large paper cut”.
Anthony Albanese refused to discuss a treaty while Peter Dutton dumped his plan to push for recognition after the resounding defeat of the Voice to parliament.
Liberal strategists say referendum suggests Coalition could win power without all teal seats but “whether we can win with none of them remains to be seen”.
Just one Qantas flight left Tel Aviv for London on Friday before emergency commercial flights were scrapped. There are now concerns for Australians in Lebanon.
Factional bosses have assured Prime Minister Anthony Albanese his position is safe, despite Saturday’s historic Voice defeat.
- Voice to parliament
The referendum loss may not halt the march of progressive politics, but it certainly provides pause for thought.
Between four and six of the teal seats votes Yes, but the Liberals say Labor’s wipeout is of greater significance.