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A government is the system or group of people governing an organized community, often a state.


Government’s proposed national rollout of cashless welfare card will make life harder: Labor

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has indicated he wants to broaden the use of the cashless debit card but Labor says it makes it harder for welfare recipients.
SBS - Published

Govt promises Sydney stadium on budget

Sydney's Allianz stadium rebuild is on hold after the building company that knocked it down rejected the money the NSW government offered to complete it.
SBS - Published

Videos for Government

Burkina Faso vigilantes: Govt battles ' self-defence' groups [Video]Burkina Faso vigilantes: Govt battles ' self-defence' groups

Vigilantes continue to fill power vacuum, largely in rural areas where security forces are few.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 02:48Published

Boris Johnson visits school to launch Government education drive [Video]Boris Johnson visits school to launch Government education drive

Boris Johnson visits ta Pimlico Primary school in South West London, to meet staff and students and launch an education drive which could see up to 30 new free schools established. The PM said: "We..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:11Published

How could a no-deal Brexit be stopped? [Video]How could a no-deal Brexit be stopped?

The UK is due to leave the EU on October 31 this year. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has called for Brexit to happen on this date, come what may, deal or no deal. MPs return to Parliament from their..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 02:18Published

Syria's War: Government forces seize rebel territory in Hama [Video]Syria's War: Government forces seize rebel territory in Hama

With help from Russia, the Syrian government now controls all of the countryside in Hama province south of Idlib, after taking the last villages and towns from rebel control.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 02:14Published


Govt wants more powers for airport cops

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has introduced laws to parliament which would allow police to conduct identity checks at airports.
SBS - Published

Govt, Labor no closer on tax plan deal

Federal Labor doesn't appear any closer to backing the Morrison government's tax plan with just over a week until the new parliament sits.
SBS - Published

Govt more interested in tax fight: Labor

Shadow treasurer Jim Chalmers says the Morrison government is more interested in a fight over its tax cuts than the good of the economy.
SBS - Published

Govt lacks response to ocean warming:ALP

Labor has accused the coalition government for one of the largest conservation reversals in history when it comes to protecting the oceans.
SBS - Published

Vic park death sparks Govt safety focus

A man is due to appear in court on Monday, charged with murdering Melbourne woman Courtney Herron after a "particularly horrendous" attack.
SBS - Published

The Adani mine was a key factor in the government’s election win. Now what?

The Adani mine has been in the headlines for almost a decade. SBS News looks back at the controversial project's origins.
SBS - Published

Govt says opposes death penalty: Assange

A bid to extradite Julian Assange from the UK to the US is between those two countries but Australia opposes the death penalty, the government says.
SBS - Published

Govt wants social media laws this week

Attorney-General Christian Porter has urged parliament to this week pass laws targeting social media companies for not removing violent material immediately.
SBS - Published

Qld hospitals full but not in crisis: Govt

Southeast Queensland hospitals are at capacity, forcing the state government to release emergency funds to free up private beds.
SBS - Published

Online Petition to Cancel Brexit Crashes UK Parliament Website

online petition to cancel brexit crashes uk parliament website
by Simon Baxendale - If you have been paying attention to any news regarding the UK in recent weeks or months, you will likely know that the country’s divorce from the European Union is still..
One News Page Staff - Published

Govt still reviewing Turkey travel advice

The government is yet to decide whether it will change its travel advice for Turkey after the nation's President Recep Erdogan made inflammatory remarks.
SBS - Published

Govt, Labor far apart on economy: PM

Prime Minister Scott Morrison will stress the policy differences between the government and Labor, with the opposition offering "an economic leap in the dark".
SBS - Published

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