Morrison arrives in France for G7 talks
PM Scott Morrison has arrived in the French seaside town Biarritz to join the G7 leaders for discussions across a wide agenda including economic headwinds.
Anthony Albanese will deliver a speech at a Labor Party conference in Perth, crossing the country after addressing Queensland party faithful 24 hours earlier.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says the slide in the iron ore price is not unexpected and is still above where Treasury predicted in Appril.
Western Australia’s Water Corporation will no longer remain privatised after a review revealed in-sourcing would save taxpayers millions.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and his Labor counterpart Jim Chalmers have called for a negotiated end to the escalating US-China trade war.
Labor is urging the Morrison government to do all it can to encourage Brazil to protect the Amazon, an issue that will be discussed at the G7 meeting in France.
John Howard says Scott Morrison has done an “amazing” job in the Liberal leadership and has brought stability the party has not seen for more than a decade.
The first phase of an expanded naval base at Lombrum on Manus Island has reportedly been completed, with the port to eventually host Australian and US ships.
Scott Morrison has used a visit to Vietnam to express serious concern over China’s actions in the South China Sea.
A former NSW magistrate has been jailed for at least 16 months for indecently assaulting an underage boy in the 1980s.
Sydney Trains has opened a window for possible compensation for commuters who directly suffered financially as a result of rail delays and chaos on Friday.
If voluntary euthanasia is adopted in Queensland it should be seen as a right, rather than a privilege of the sick, says Exit International’s Philip Nitschke.
Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has used a speech to the Queensland party faithful to highlight his intent to reverse Labor’s fortunes in the state.
One year on from taking the reins as prime minister, Labor has accused Scott Morrison of having no plan to deal with the looming economic crisis.
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