politics

Mon 17 Jun 2019

Albanese pushes New Zealand refugee offer

Albanese pushes New Zealand refugee offer

Labor remains keen for the federal government to take up New Zealand's offer to resettle some refugees, while 800 people remain in offshore detention centres.

Pauline Hanson’s surprising revelation

Pauline Hanson’s surprising revelation

Pauline Hanson raised eyebrows with her bizarre choice of setting for her TV interview this morning. She delivered a more substantive surprise as well.

Sun 16 Jun 2019

Western Sydney's roads a NSW budget focus

Western Sydney's roads a NSW budget focus

The NSW government has hinted at an imminent opening of the M4 tunnels within Sydney's WestConnex project, two days out from the state's budget 2019-20.

Dutton revives broader cyber powers plan

Dutton revives broader cyber powers plan

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says the government's spy agencies need better capacity to deal with cyber attacks on domestic networks.

Why HK's extradition bill should scare you

Why HK's extradition bill should scare you

Changes to Hong Kong laws to allow extraditions to mainland China have been shelved indefinitely following the city's biggest street protests in three decades.

Johnson's rivals say no to 'coronation'

Johnson's rivals say no to 'coronation'

Boris Johnson's rivals for the Conservative Party leadership have spoken out against plans that would allow the former London mayor to be elected unchallenged.

Older