Anthony Albanese has announced that the Labor party will hold its national conference “virtually”.
With an election possible next year, the Labor leader is faced with a near unsolvable puzzle.
It's unsurprising that Anthony Albanese is looking over his shoulder, because last term he was sitting on Bill Shorten's shoulder, waiting for an opportunity to strike.
Opposition resources spokesman Joel Fitzgibbon has quit the frontbench, accusing Labor of talking too much about issues like climate change and not enough about the needs of its traditional base.
Scott Morrison has lost no time pivoting to the incoming US presidency, declaring on Sunday he hopes Joe Biden and his wife Jill will visit Australia for next year's 70th anniversary of ANZUS.
The opposition leader takes the extraordinary step of advising Scott Morrison to ring the US president to ask him to respect democratic processes.
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.
Labor has pledged to create a A$20 billion corporation to upgrade Australia's energy transmission system. So what's this all about?
There's a strong case for more strategic local manufacturing. There's little case for making cars and trains in Australia.
Anthony Albanese's budget reply made the point that Labor had very different priorities to the government's.
In Opposition leader Anthony Albanese's budget reply, he spoke of a $20 billion plan to modernise Australia's electricity grid, and an extra $6.2 billion over four years for affordable childcare.
Anthony Albanese will highlight the potential of spending on social housing as a job creator in his Thursday night budget reply.
Opposition leader Anthony Albanese has announced an initiative that would see a Labor government implement an Australian Centre for Disease Control.
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.
The coronavirus pandemic has probably changed many aspects of life forever. But one thing unlikely to change is a snapback to the hyper-partisan bickering of politics before its arrival.
Scott Morrison has said that cancelling the fortnight parliamentary sitting session, scheduled for 4 August was a "no brainer".
The Eden-Monaro by-election will decide more than the member for the electorate.
Eden-Monaro voters are calling for a compassionate and empathetic recovery process as Australia emerges from the pandemic.
Anthony Albanese has promised a Labor government would reverse the Coalition's $83.7 million cut to ABC funding.