Scott Morrison says there is no bullying among Liberals in parliament but some state MPs have been sticking their noses in federal business.
Malcolm Turnbull could yet be dumped as early as today with rival Peter Dutton revealing plans for a second leadership challenge – the Prime Minister’s woes compounded by the scrapping one of his signature economic reforms.
The location of Australia’s new space agency will be decided during a six-month bidding war between states and territories.
One Nation is split on support for the Federal Government’s company tax cuts, despite Pauline Hanson insisting her team agreed last week to block them.
Malcolm Turnbull insists Australia has a “good, frank” relationship with China, but Communist Party mouthpiece The Global Times says it’s time the country was taught a lesson.
Bill Shorten says his hard decisions on negative gearing and capital gains tax mean he can offer voters almost double the coalition’s tax cuts at the next election.