Tony Abbott has put an end to a week of leadership speculation by challenging himself for the position overnight. “It was a captain’s call,” Mr Abbott said.
In an apparent attempt to shipfront Tony Abbott, Mr Putin has sent four warships to sit off the coast of Brisbane for the duration of the upcoming G20.
Defence procurement is again under attack following revelations that our Diggers are to be sent to the Middle East without a bulletproof mission statement.
“Decisions on whether to arm organisations classified as terrorists by both past and present governments is clearly above debate, but whether or not to open additional Headspace centres to address youth mental health across the country should always be vigorously debated as a matter of ideology.” Mr Shorten said.
“There was a guy named Ian who knew what was going on, he also organised the footy tipping, but he left a couple of years back.”
The New Australian Senate has been struggling to get it’s act together. Here’s why:
The clock measures the number of days since the last media speculation about the tenability of the Prime Minister’s position.
On a night when everyone seems set to lose, can you win the budget bingo?
QandA protesters have been chastised for subverting the democratic process by attempting to be heard by politicians without paying for the privilege.
Sydney Biennale artists are boycotting the colour Orange due to its close association with the Federal Government’s Operation Sovereign Borders policy.