0449146961

media@australiatoday.press

Parties

’Fed up’: Victorian Greens’ election wishlist revealed

The Victorian Greens have revealed their dramatic list of election promises before the state heads to the polls. Raising the age of criminal responsibility from 10 to 14, climate action and housing affordability are all central to the plans. The…

Who is Anthony Albanese’s partner Jodie Haydon, the new First Lady

  Australia’s new “First Lady’’ Jodie Haydon is expected to continue to pursue her career, after partner Anthony Albanese secured the keys to the Lodge. Ms Haydon is the women’s officer for the NSW Public Service Association, a job she…

Julie Bishop: Coalition failed women

Australian women have sent a powerful message to the Liberal-National coalition, former high-profile conservative Julie Bishop says. “(Liberal women) did not see their concerns and interests reflected in a party led by Scott Morrison in coalition with Barnaby Joyce,” she…

Hanson calls for a national child sex offender register so Aussies can find out if they’re living next door to a pervert

Pauline Hanson has called for paedophiles to be chemically castrated along with tougher penalties for sex offenders. The One Nation leader also called for the establishment of a national database of paedophiles, after responding to questions on the issue from…

Labor announces $1 billion to boost Medicare

Labor has announced it will grant patients, general practitioners and physicians up to $50,000 to improve their practices under a $1 billion plan to “strengthen” Medicare. Under the plan, the Albanese government will create a Medicare task force consisting of…

The election campaign gamble that may not pay off for Scott Morrison

In bad news about Democratic sausage sales, more than 12 percent of voters cast their ballots — days before the government launched its official campaign. Figures from the Australian Electoral Commission show record numbers have already voted at early polling…

Federal Election: Clive Palmer’s biggest controversies

Clive Palmer, billionaire businessman and founder of the United Australia Party, is a divisive figure to say the least. Never far from the front page, Palmer has been attached to a number of topics from mining, sport, business and politics….

McGowan blasts Liberals’ Palmer preference deals

West Australian Premier Mark McGowan says the Liberal Party’s move to preference Clive Palmer’s United Australia Party ahead of Labor in Senate races in other states is “disgraceful”. Liberal how-to-vote cards published yesterday show the party will not preference UAP…

Liberals release policy costings early ahead of South Australia election

South Australia’s Liberal government has released its policy costings and says it will not be making any further funding commitments — five days out from the election. Treasurer Rob Lucas today said the move was an attempt to “force” Opposition…

Hanson slaps down attack on Queensland seat

Pauline Hanson has slapped down a fresh attempt to defeat One Nation and billionaire Clive Palmer at the upcoming election. Pauline Hanson has slapped down an attempt to defeat One Nation in Queensland at the upcoming federal election. The Greens…

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com