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‘Playing with fire’: China’s blunt response to Australian visit to Taiwan

China has accused Australia of playing with fire and undermining efforts to repair relations between Beijing and Canberra after a group of six MPs touched down in Taiwan. In an op-ed published overnight, the Chinese communist mouthpiece the Global Times…

National cabinet meeting delayed after PM tests positive to Covid-19

A crucial national cabinet meeting convened to sign off on an emergency energy policy has been postponed after Anthony Albanese revealed he had contracted Covid-19 for a second time. The Prime Minister was due to meet with state and territory…

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet donates to Charlie Teo Foundation

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet shocked attendees at a private fundraising event for controversial brain surgeon Charlie Teo’s charity. The event was hosted by 2GB Breakfast host Ben Fordham and was attended by the families of Mr Teo’s former patients as…

Australia advised to offer more support to democracy building in ‘backsliding’ region

Australia should offer more support to building sustainable democracies in the region. That’s the advice of the International Institution for Democracy and Electoral Assistance – a 34 member intergovernmental organisation that supports sustainable democracy around the world. Appearing before a…

Blue Mountains Mayor slams Perrottet government plan to raise Warragamba Dam wall

Blue Mountains Mayor Mark Greenhill has weighed in on the state government’s plan to raise the Warragamba Dam wall. In early October, as severe weather threatened to flood parts of southwestern Sydney, NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet announced his government would…

Disgusting messages to female MP exposed in chilling video plea

Disgusting threats received by a female politician have been exposed, including from men who told her she “should have been shot on the sheets” and that “someone should kill you”. NSW Animal Justice Party MP Emma Hurst detailed the vile…

Nationals oppose voice to parliament and slam Labor telling Aboriginals ‘what they need’ while ‘dripping in Gucci’

The Nationals will oppose a voice to parliament and campaign actively against the constitutional change, accusing Labor’s Minister for Indigenous Australians Linda Burney of visiting remote communities “dripping in Gucci”. Northern Territory Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price, a Warlpiri/Celtic woman from…

Defence Minister hints AUKUS submarines will be manufactured onshore

Defence Minister Richard Marles has hinted Australia’s nuclear submarines will be manufactured onshore. Mr Marles told parliament on Monday the Albanese government was on track to make an announcement early next year about the submarines, which he said would be…

Sean Turnell reveals grim life inside notorious Myanmar prison

Sean Turnell has spoken out about his 650 days in a Myanmar prison, including his time in a “windowless box” and in an open cell exposed to the elements. Professor Turnell finally returned home to Australia last week after spending…

Jordan Peterson delivers speech to politicians at Parliament House

Jordan Peterson has delivered a speech to a number of Australian politicians — including former Prime Minister Scott Morrison — as part of his current speaking tour of Australia. Mr Morrison snagged himself a front-row seat and appeared to be…

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