Newman calls on old enemy to fight Labor

premium_icon Newman calls on old enemy to fight Labor

Newman calls on nemesis Palmer to attack Labor

’No plans to review Adani’: Shorten

premium_icon ’No plans to review Adani’: Shorten

He insisted the party's messaging on Adani had been consistent

Bill short on the truth over Adani

premium_icon Bill short on the truth over Adani

Bill Shorten’s credibility questioned after release of transcripts on Adani

 
Labor must ‘apologise’ for cane toad analogy

premium_icon Labor must ‘apologise’ for cane toad analogy

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has demanded his counterpart Chris Bowen apologise for associating retirees with cane toads.

The Power Four: Shorten’s inner circle

The Power Four: Shorten’s inner circle

This is an inside look at Bill Shorten’s formidable and tight group of key allies — the ones he turns to for advice and reassurance … and the ones he avoids.

Can Clive’s money really buy him an election win?

premium_icon Can Clive’s money really buy him an election win?

Clive Palmer, written off by many after 2016, has purchased a return ticket into our lives through saturation advertising across the country, especially in regional...

PM ‘close to deal with Palmer’

premium_icon PM ‘close to deal with Palmer’

Scott Morrison is reportedly on the verge of striking a preference deal with Clive Palmer that could help the billionaire nab a Senate seat.

Campaign for Biloela family's release heats up amid election

premium_icon Campaign for Biloela family's release heats up amid election

SUPPORTERS of a detained Biloela family say they are increasing political pressure for their release ahead of the federal election.

Pollies shoud not underestimate Queensland

premium_icon Pollies shoud not underestimate Queensland

Queensland separated from New South Wales 160 years ago amid widespread dissatisfaction with a far-removed government and a sense of neglect. Our federal...

Casuals to get new right to permanent jobs

premium_icon Casuals to get new right to permanent jobs

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten will today vow to legislate a right for casual workers to request permanent work in a bid to improve job security,

Big Qld names ‘slugged $7.5b’ under carbon plan

premium_icon Big Qld names ‘slugged $7.5b’ under carbon plan

Dozens of companies with Queensland operations employing about 10,000 people would have to fork out up to $7.4 billion in carbon offsets under Labor’s emissions...

Shorten coal stance could burn Labor seats

premium_icon Shorten coal stance could burn Labor seats

Bill Shorten is refusing to sign a union pledge in support of coal mining that several of his candidates in must-win Queensland seats have lent their names to.

Pauline Hanson denies link between humans and climate change

Pauline Hanson denies link between humans and climate change

PAULINE Hanson has used dinosaurs dying out as proof humans haven’t impacted climate change during a bizarre interview.