Anthony Albanese has said there will be an early budget next year which seems to rule out a early election.
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The March 2 byelection in the outer suburban Melbourne seat of Dunkley is a challenge for the government. Labor goes in as the favourite but at a time of high cost of living will it's 6.3 margin be enough?
With polling showing strong support for Labor’s new tax changes and the opposition in a difficult position, the prime minister is back in the political ascendency.
While two-party preferred polling is steady, a majority of Australians support Labor’s changes to the stage 3 tax cuts.
In the government’s dramatic recalibration of stage 3 all taxpayers will get a cut, rather than just those earning more than $45,000.
The experienced media executive will replace outgoing chair Ita Buttrose in March.
The prime minister is under pressure to provide cost of living relief ahead of next month’s byelection, while the former prime minister takes his leave.
The summer break hasn’t changed the Freshwater polling figures for the two major parties federally. Overseas, the former US President is in a strong position ahead of the Iowa caucus.
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Latest polling suggests Labor’s position might be improving slightly, perhaps due to increased optimism about the state of the economy.
While the latest poll gives the Labor government a comfortable lead, this is not supported by other polls.
Parliamentarians have paid tribute to the Labor MP who has died from cancer aged 50.
The Labor government’s once-healthy lead has crashed since the October referendum.
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Many are asking whether Prime Minister Anthony Albanese raised with Chinese President Xi Jinping that Australian sailors have been injured by sonar pulses from a Chinese destroyer.
The Labor Party continues the poll slide it has experienced since the failed Voice referendum in October.
Presidents Xi and Biden met at the Apec conference in San Francisco.
China’s president Xi Jinping went to the recent summit with Joe Biden hoping to get some relief for the troubled Chinese economy.
Labor still leads on two-party preferred, but is feeling the strain as cost of living pressures take hold.
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Infrastructure is always a vexed issue. The program is full of pork barrelling, whoever is in power. Even when that’s not involved, what to build and when it should be built is often contested.
Beijing focused on the shared interests and identities between China and Australia, emphasising the enduring importance of the bilateral economic relationship.
The slumping polls show how damaging the heavy defeat of the Voice referendum and continuing cost of living pressures have been to the prime minister and Labor.