Labor heads to the May election without a replacement for Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton Bill Shorten has put off a decision on who will take charge of national security if Labor wins the federal election. Brisbane Times - Published 11 hours ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Shorten must show his mettle on refugees The issue of asylum seekers was always expected to be a challenging one for Opposition leader Bill Shorten in his quest to win government. Sydney Morning Herald - Published 3 days ago Also reported by • The Age
Fiascos litter the road to this year's Oscars
It’s been a tough 12 months for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as it battles to restore its annual Oscars show to a must-see event after its television audience slumped to an..
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Oscars To Air All Awards Live After Backlash
After backlash from fans and industry professionals alike, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has reversed a decision that would have seen the winners of four awards announced during the..
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Development Porsche 911 - Virtual Driver’s Seat
In no other type of vehicle is the connection between the driver and vehicle so intense as in a sports car. With the second-generation virtual driver’s seat, Porsche has a highly modern development..
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Talking parrot can quack like a duck
Einstein the parrot often entertains his owners as he chats away on the kitchen counter. He likes to practice his "fowl" repertoire. Saying quack crazy and asking, what's a duck. He then vocalizes..
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Connecting the Future: Inside the History of Qualcomm
From the smartphone in your pocket to the modem frustrating you in your home office, Qualcomm has been instrumental in developing many of the products we use every day. Qualcomm was founded in 1985..
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Shorten calls for royal commission into disability abuse Families join Opposition Leader Bill Shorten in urging the government to expose and prevent the abuse of disabled people in care. Brisbane Times - Published 4 days ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age • SBS
'I'm sure she believes it': Shorten questions sincerity of Cash's AWU evidence Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has questioned the sincerity of Senator Michaelia Cash's court evidence about an investigation into alleged union wrongdoings. Brisbane Times - Published 4 days ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age Shorten, victims seek disability inquiry Federal Labor leader Bill Shorten says a royal commission into the abuse suffered by people with disability is "tremendously overdue". SBS - Published 4 days ago
Businesses warned of 'cascading' wage impacts of a Labor government Credit Suisse has said if a Shorten government is elected this year, the cost of labour is likely to rise. Brisbane Times - Published 4 days ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
People smugglers plot to find chinks in a Shorten government's armour Bill Shorten says his government would erect a "ring of steel" around Australia, but the people smugglers are preparing to recommence their trade. Brisbane Times - Published 4 days ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Michaelia Cash claims Bill Shorten connection not reason for AWU raids Senator Michaelia Cash tells court she had no knowledge of controversial police raids until she saw them on television. Brisbane Times - Published 5 days ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age Shorten should have called for an election immediately Bill Shorten could have pushed harder this week and chose not to. The Opposition Leader has not turned the government’s loss into a call for an election. Given the way this Parliament carries on,.. Brisbane Times - Published 6 days ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Morrison and Shorten diverge on Indigenous affairs pathway Both sides agree there needs to be change after the latest Closing the Gap showed another year of disappointing results. Brisbane Times - Published 6 days ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Labor stands firm on 'humane treatment' of sick refugees under Coalition pressure Bill Shorten rejects claims that Labor's support for changes to the so-called medevac bill will encourage increased people smuggling activity. SBS - Published 6 days ago
Facts matter in refugee debate The Morrison government will launch an ugly scare campaign, but Bill Shorten knows what to expect. Brisbane Times - Published 1 week ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
AWU raids leak to hurt Shorten, court told Legal action by Senator Michaelia Cash's ex-chief of staff over union raids has been revealed the same day he was named in court as source of media leaks. SBS - Published 1 week ago Labor pushing for massive banker penalties Labor leader Bill Shorten is looking to ramp up penalties against bankers and financial institutions who break the law. SBS - Published 1 week ago
Labor not planning to test coalition power Labor Leader Bill Shorten says the opposition has no plans to test the Morrison government's tenuous grip on power. SBS - Published 1 week ago 'Shorten can’t be trusted on borders': Morrison’s fury after losing asylum medivac vote Laws aimed at making it easier for asylum seekers to get medical help have passed federal parliament despite government opposition. SBS - Published 1 week ago
PM Morrison, Shorten mark Black Saturday Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten have spoken about the devastation of Victoria's Black Saturday 10 years ago in parliament. SBS - Published 1 week ago SBS World News bulletin: 11/2/19 SBS News wraps-up all the national and international news including: The sorry state of aged care, the first witnesses share their horrific stories to the royal commission. Scott Morrison outlines his.. SBS - Published 1 week ago