Solomon Islands deal puts Australia in crosshairs of US and China

The recent China-Solomon deal has sent waves of unease through the United States and its allies, particularly Australia. Security concerns have been felt from Canberra to Washington. As China allegedly seeks to develop a military base in the Solomon Islands and expand its sphere of influence, the dimensions of power in the region could change. … Read more

Federal election 2022: Scott Morrison will break the silence

Former Prime Minister Scott Morrison will break his silence on 2GB radio on Thursday as he prepares to pack his belongings at Kirribilli House. Former Prime Minister Scott Morrison will break his silence on 2GB radio on Thursday as he prepares to pack his belongings at Kirribilli House. In his first post-election interview, the prime … Read more

Dastardly Dutton likely for Liberal leadership

After the defeat in the 2022 federal election, Peter Dutton looks set to take over as the next leader of the Liberal Party and steer it further to the right, writes George Grundy. SHORTLY AFTER Barack Obama’s second inauguration in early 2013, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal delivered a speech suggesting that unless the Republican Party … Read more

Castlecrag seafront has an $11million guide on the first day of the auction after the election of the new Labor government

The first auction on Saturday after a federal election is always a litmus test for the real estate market — and this waterfront with an $11 million guide will be watched very closely. The first auction on Saturday after a federal election is always a litmus test for the real estate market. It’s also auction … Read more

How did Labor get so wrong in Fowler?

“Day! Da! they shout from the other side of the street, followed by a volley of Vietnamese. As their newest federal member strolls through the Cabramatta mall in a pink suit, people rush to shake her hand and hug her. At Gough Whitlam Place, Dai Le is mobbed by fans and poses for photos. After … Read more

Federal election: the Liberal Party no longer holds rich seats

A look at the map after Saturday’s federal election bloodbath shows just how drastically things have changed in one area in particular for the Liberal Party. Some of Australia’s wealthiest voters – seats once securely held by the Liberal Party – have been snatched away. The result is not only that the Liberal Party no … Read more

Federal election losers payout: Frydenberg and Kenneally eligible for thousands

In a little-known Labor perk, MPs who have been kicked out of their seats may be eligible for a $100,000 silver lining…at taxpayer expense. Taxpayers are expected to shell out more than $2 million in golden handshakes to MPs and senators who were dumped unceremoniously by voters in the May 21 election. MPs are eligible … Read more

Angus Taylor says Liberal Party needs to focus on core values ​​after federal election loss

Outgoing cabinet minister Angus Taylor has called on the Liberal Party to return to its core values ​​after its heavy defeat in the federal election. Key points: Angus Taylor says Liberal Party needs to get back to ‘core values’ after election defeat. Mr Taylor lost the energy and emissions reduction portfolio but retained the Hume … Read more

Angus Taylor says Liberal Party needs to focus on core values ​​after federal election loss

Outgoing Minister Angus Taylor called on the Liberal Party to return to its core values ​​after its heavy defeat in the federal election. Key points: Angus Taylor says Liberal Party needs to get back to ‘core values’ after election defeat. Mr Taylor lost the energy and emissions reduction portfolio but retained the Hume seat Independent … Read more