Today – the Coalition’s popularity has sunk further, as Malcolm Turnbull contends with Tony Abbott’s outburst on Thursday night and Labor capitalises on a decision to cut penalty rates for hospitality workers.
Today – Tony ‘No Sniping’ Abbott gets a few things off his chest about the state of the Coalition, a storm erupts over penalty rates, and Dr Ken Henry’s frank assessment about the state of federal politics.
Good morning! It’s D-Day for Sunday penalty rates, Pauline Hanson attacks the proposed paid parental leave scheme, and Ken Henry calls for changes to the GST.
(apologies for the delay)
Today – The Israeli Prime Minister touches down in Sydney, amid debate about a two-state solution, Labor considering a Buffett tax for high income earners, and a green light to sell medicinal cannabis in Australia
Today – Scott Morrison arcs up over the appointment of Anna Bligh to the Australian Bankers Association, oil and gas companies being targeted in the May budget, and a proposal to introduce four year fixed terms for politicians.
Today, credit where’s credit due as a new political debate looms over the banks – the Prime Minister heads West – and moves to fund coal power using the so-called Green Bank.
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