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Bridget McKenzie sports rorts saga not over

Bridget McKenzie might have resigned from cabinet over the sports rorts saga but Labor still wants to pursue the scandal in a Senate inquiry.
SBS - Published

Embattled McKenzie resigns from federal cabinet over sports rorts affair

Nationals deputy leader finally falls victim to the sports rorts scandal, quitting the front bench for failing to declare membership before approving grant.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Attorney-General set to unveil wage theft bill

Christian Porter is preparing to put his promised wage theft bill to cabinet in the coming weeks.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bridget McKenzie under renewed pressure to quit as Labor pushes for Senate inquiry

Deputy Nationals leader Bridget McKenzie is under renewed pressure to quit cabinet over a deepening sporting grants scandal.
SBS - Published

Bridget McKenzie reportedly warned that sports grant program was compromised

Deputy Nationals leader Bridget McKenzie is under renewed pressure to quit cabinet over a sporting grants scandal.
SBS - Published

What is the Bridget McKenzie scandal about?

Bridget McKenzie may have to quit federal cabinet and her deputy leadership of the Nationals over her handling of the sports grants program. Here's why.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Labor slams 'sham' Bridget McKenzie probe as embattled minister refuses to quit

Cabinet minister Bridget McKenzie says she won't resign as Australia's top public servant investigates if she broke ministerial rules.
SBS - Published

Japanese minister Shinjiro Koizumi sets precedence by taking paternity leave

Shinjiro Koizumi will become the first Japanese cabinet minister to take paternity leave, after the birth of his son.
SBS - Published

Lebanon appoints first female defence minister as new cabinet formed amid mass protests

Lebanon has unveiled a new cabinet line-up, but the government is being scorned by protesters and now faces the challenge of saving a collapsing economy.
SBS - Published

Barilaro accuses government agencies of ideological opposition to hazard reduction

The NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro also doubled down on his criticism of his cabinet colleague NSW Environment Minister Matt Kean.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Morrison insists cabinet united over climate policy as aid groups issue plea

The PM insisted Australia is carrying its weight under his policy and again ruled out a carbon tax, while leading aid groups issue a plea to address the "climate crisis".
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bridget McKenzie set for fresh scrutiny over $100 million 'slush fund' role

Cabinet Minister Bridget McKenzie is poised to face fresh parliamentary scrutiny over her role in administering a $100 million government "slush fund".
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Lack of moral compass': Steggall, Lambie slam handling of 'biased' $100 million sports grants

Cabinet minister Bridget McKenzie is resisting calls to resign over her handling of a $100 million community sports grant program.
SBS - Published

Crowd flips out as Cirque du Soleil stuns with latest show

The troupe's 35th show, the steampunk-inspired KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities, opens in Brisbane to standing ovations.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Federal cabinet meets to discuss long-term response to bushfires

Senior federal cabinet ministers are meeting to discuss the details of the new national bushfire recovery agency led by former Australian Federal Police chief Andrew Colvin.
SBS - Published

British cabinet minster says nation is 'heartbroken' by Australia's bushfires

Trade secretary Liz Truss met with her Australian counterpart over the holiday season as negotiations continue for a UK-Australia trade deal, post-Brexit.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Downer feared Australia seen as too close to Israel ahead of key visit

Former foreign minister Alexander Downer feared Australia was seen as "overly supportive" of Israel while it was isolated "in poor company" supporting the Middle East nation in international forums,..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

What secret cabinet papers reveal about 'most pivotal year' in state's history

The annual release of the state cabinet papers is a chance to see how the government of the day grappled with social, political and economic crises.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Twenty years ago, Australia's government was dreading the millennium bug hitting

Never-before-seen cabinet papers have revealed details of more than 226 decisions made by the Howard government in 1998 and 1999, including how spending on the perceived Y2K threat impacted the..
SBS - Published

How Roma Street Parkland was saved from becoming a casino

Secret cabinet minutes from 1989 can now be released, 30 years after Wayne Goss took power.
Brisbane Times - Published

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