The Queensland opposition wants an 8pm curfew for children under 14 and 10pm for those under 17, in Townsville and Cairns.
For Trump supporters, his domination is a mark of his greatness. But he may be about to lose an election because during a pandemic voters expect a president to be in control, including of himself.
If only 1% of the Pacific’s population was permitted to work permanently in Australia, this would bring more benefits to the region than Australia’s annual aid contribution.
COVID-19 is so far proving to be a big advantage for incumbents. Opposition parties are getting little traction when making the case for change.
The Australian Paralympic Federation took a new approach for the training, preparation and selection of its athletes for the Sydney Games, helping Australia win the most gold and overall medals.
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.
Australia's increasingly fractious relationship with China has taken another blow after the 'Quad' meeting in Tokyo.
The proposed religious discrimination bill in NSW goes too far, allowing for more discrimination as a result.
What started as Trump’s petty complaints on trade with China eventually escalated into what many call 'a new Cold War'.
A major review on sex work laws has just been handed to the Victorian government.
If the pattern on election night holds, 2020 will be the most dramatic election in 100 years in terms of votes shifting between major parties.
Jacinda Ardern's NZ Labour Party scores a resounding election win, while the ACT government is comfortably returned.
Daniel Andrews' angst at the weekend about multiple New Zealanders who arrived in Melbourne via the travel bubble from NZ to NSW is a pointer to the pressure the Victorian premier is under.
The ACT is set to be governed by Labor for more than two decades straight, after the Liberals failed to cut through in the weekend's election.
Jacinda Ardern and Labour are returned to power in a landslide, making New Zealand political history in the process.
Labour's landslide election win means it could govern alone, without support from any of the other parties.
New research shows WA Premier Mark McGowan has been rated highest in terms of leadership for the greater good, while Victorian leader Dan Andrews has surprisingly held steady through the second wave.
Some north Queenslanders feel every inch of their distance from the state government in Brisbane. A new party is hoping to tap into that sentiment.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has had a trying week following her appearance before ICAC, with federal and state colleagues having to choose a side.
In politics, what lifts you up can drag you down. To avoid that, Jacinda Ardern's Labour government will have to examine its political soul.