PETER GRESTE, The University of Queensland — A few days ago, Waleed Aly asked a not-so-rhetorical question in The Sydney Morning Herald.
The Australian Federal Police has this week conducted two high-profile raids on journalists who have exposed government secrets and their sources.
Scott Morrison’s ruling that the Liberals should put One Nation below Labor on their how-to-vote cards is less a stand on principle than a political gesture and a compromise.Michelle Grattan reports.
Following council’s commitment of $250,000 and state government pledging $750,000, the federal government announced Sunday $750,000 funding for the Kinglake Streetscape Renewal Project.
Kinglake will receive $750,000 from the coalition government to match Labor’s pledges in the lead up to this year’s federal election the Minister for Regional Services, Senator Bridget McKenzie announced today.
After being caught up in the broader drama of the last day of Parliament for 2018, the Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Bill 2018 passed both houses on Thursday, with the support of the Coalition and Labor.
The Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance has called on the government to
reconsider its proposed encryption legislation to address concerns about the impact on journalists and their sources.
When a prime minister has diminished authority, people don’t bother so
much with the niceties.
You might have seen Murrindindi Shire’s open letter calling on politicians and candidates to make an urgent commitment to provide more resources to mental health services in Murrindindi Shire.
State (Liberal) Member for Eildon, Cindy McLeish has announced an elected Liberal Government will establish and support a Community Arts Event and Festival Promotion Fund to assist small, community led festivals and arts events in their marketing to attract more community support and patrons.