The Morrison government has announced Jacqueline Gleeson and Simon Steward will sit on the High Court bench.
The Morrison government and business have reacted angrily to Daniel Andrews’ “cautious pause” on announcing the easing of COVID restrictions in Melbourne.
Scott Morrison's response to Christine Holgate's evidence before Senate estimates has show the government can respond to integrity issues, if it wants to.
We don't yet have any idea how 2021 will play out. It could be a rough year, easier to handle without the distraction of an election.
Scott Morrison has said NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian, has been “a tremendous premier”, and has his “absolute support”.
Anthony Albanese's budget reply made the point that Labor had very different priorities to the government's.
The 2020 budget explained in 7 charts: the major cuts and spends, the new tax rates, and that almighty debt.
The government wants consumers to spend, spend, spend: the question is whether they will feel confident to do so.
The government has brought forward planned future tax cuts. And while some say we shouldn't be cutting taxes during a recession, the plan has its merits.
Assuming jobs will grow as JobKeeper is wound back is a leap of faith.
The federal budget is set to deliver faster tax cuts and cash for pensioners amid a Herculean push to create more jobs.
Routinely on budget night many journalists and experts question the assumptions, forecasts and projections in the budget. In this budget, it goes without saying they are all rubbery.
In its latest stimulus measure, the Morrison government will extend its first home loan deposit scheme to an extra 10,000 home buyers.
The much-mooted trans-Tasman travel bubble will begin on October 16, but will be very limited.
University of Canberra Professorial Fellow Michelle Grattan and University of Canberra Assistant Professor Caroline Fisher discuss the week in politics.
In the wake of the pandemic, Anthony Albanese is struggling to find any political chances.
The federal government is selecting six priority areas for support in a $1.5 billion manufacturing plan Scott Morrison will outline in a pre-budget address.
An industrial dispute on Australia's ports has been billed as 'extortion' by the Prime Minister. But the unions call this 'fake news'.
As the federal government finalises next week's budget, with large red numbers into the future, Morrison, Frydenberg and Hunt applied the blow torch to the premier.
Michelle Grattan discusses the political week that was with Professor Paddy Nixon