As part of our series illustrating the work of women in government, we sat down with Shadow Health Minister Catherine King to discuss her electorate, election day and her plans beyond.
Yesterday, Bill Shorten laid out his plan for Australia. It’s too bad we’ve heard it before. I fear they’re nothing more than LNP-lite.
Our trust in our politicians sits at an all-time low, and rightfully so. Both left and right have done nothing to cultivate trust from the electorate.
In a desperate attempt to bring him to life, Labor is set to push Bill Shorten to undergo a radical procedure. Could work.
Lately, it seems that Canberra can only agree to disagree. So, I’ve taken the liberty of forming three policies that could pass without complaint.
Monday. Get away from her, you bitch. What happened while you were asleep? Well, Bob Hawke returned to the fold, Darwin didn’t get its cyclone and two F-35’s were defeated by a drizzle.
The exit of Sam Dastyari and the subsequent sorrow from the left has goosed the Masked Lib to ride into town once more – via a kebab shop, of course.
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs Wrap, touches on Malcolm Turnbull’s doublespeak, Shorten’s proposal and his ability to predict the future.
Yesterday Conrad Liveris said Dyson Heydon made the right choice to continue the Royal Commission. Today, brand new Australian citizen Chetna Prakash, initially puzzled by the Royal Commission fiasco, did some digging and discovered a sobering truth.
To deal with Bill Shorten’s shortcomings, former prominent Labor members have picked up the slack to bring the party back to the glory days.
Bill Shorten’s sermon to the ACL may have impressed Mike Welsh, but he doubts they’ve been converted “(good) Book, (party) Line and (hymn) Singer” to the Labor creed…