The measures follow Albanese’s recent visit to Alice Springs
The first Newspoll to ask about the Indigenous Voice to Parliament also found 56-37 in favour.
The policy, called Revive and funded by $286 million over four years, establishes Creative Australia which will be the government’s principle arts investment and advisory body
Alcohol has long been identified as the key problem in Alice Springs crime - and bans and policing its primary solutions. But that is far too simplistic, which is why is hasn’t worked.
The challenges in Alice Springs shot to prominence just as the debate about the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum is becoming more difficult for Albanese.
The four recipients “share a common bond – using their life experience as a power for good, helping others around them and making the world a better place
Whenever there is talk of a “crime wave” in Indigenous communities, the response has always been paternalistic and harsh. The evidence shows it doesn’t work.
Anthony Albanese maintains “honeymoon” period approval ratings, but support for the Voice to Parliament has slipped.
Albanese stressed the need for co-operation across levels of government and announced the federal and NT governments had appointed Dorrelle Anderson as Central Australian Regional controller
Former deputy NT chief minister Marion Scrygmour has laid blame on the NT government for not acting after the federal alcohol bans expired mid-last year.
Now that diplomatic relations are out of the deep freeze, business and cultural ties between China and Australia are set for a major rebound.
The security treaty signed last week is the logical next step in the two countries’ relationship. But Australia’s interests in PNG should remain broad-based.
2022 has been a transformational year in Australian politics, with three significant elections and a distinct erosion of support for the two major parties, and particularly the Liberals.
In this podcast, Michelle chats with the prime minister, Anthony Albanese, and leader of the opposition, Peter Dutton.
Under a four-part package announced by Prime Minister Anthony Albanese after national cabinet, the assistance will be delivered through the states and territories.
God bless Scott Morrison, Labor must say to itself daily, as the former prime minister remains a recurring reminder of the bad old days of a disorderly government.
The Labor federal government continues to poll strongly, maintaining a big two-party preferred lead.
The gradual changes in voting behaviour represent an existential crisis for the Liberals going forward.
The Yes/No case has long been flawed and the government is right to dispense with it. But it will need to replace it with something else to counter misinformation – and do so with great care.
In this podcast Michelle and Amanda Dunn canvass federal parliament's final sitting week of the year, including the House of Representatives' censure of Scott Morrison and the flurry of legislation