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David Crowe is Chief Political Correspondent of the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.

Support for Scott Morrison on border security highlights risks for Labor
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Support for Scott Morrison on border security highlights risks for Labor

Australians over the age of 25 favour Prime Minister Scott Morrison to manage border security.

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Nationals MP Andrew Broad to quit Parliament over 'sugar daddy' scandal

Nationals MP Andrew Broad to quit Parliament over 'sugar daddy' scandal

Nationals MP Andrew Broad will quit Parliament after allegations he had dinner in Hong Kong with a young woman he met via a website that connects older “sugar daddies” with younger women.

  • by David Wroe & David Crowe
Andrew Broad used taxpayer funds for part of his bombshell Hong Kong 'sugar baby' trip
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Andrew Broad used taxpayer funds for part of his bombshell Hong Kong 'sugar baby' trip

The Deputy PM claimed he had only known of the matter for “a couple of weeks” but the scandal went to authorities almost six weeks ago.

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Andrew Broad resigns from Morrison ministry over bombshell sex scandal allegations

Andrew Broad resigns from Morrison ministry over bombshell sex scandal allegations

The claims are now the subject of a referral to the Australian Federal Police.

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Timing is everything in a budget update that gives Scott Morrison a fighting election chance
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Timing is everything in a budget update that gives Scott Morrison a fighting election chance

The shrinking in the budget deficit this financial year is the first instalment in what is likely to be more good news.

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Time and again, Morrison must fix problems the Liberals created
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Time and again, Morrison must fix problems the Liberals created

Treating these problems as “barnacles” suggests they got there by themselves. 

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Morrison government suffers another setback as Ipsos poll points to landslide loss
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Morrison government suffers another setback as Ipsos poll points to landslide loss

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has also lost some of his personal advantage in the latest survey.

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Ipsos poll: Australians not convinced by Labor's flagship negative gearing reforms
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Ipsos poll: Australians not convinced by Labor's flagship negative gearing reforms

Bill Shorten is facing a critical challenge to his $32 billion policy to scale back negative gearing.

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More aged care funding in budget update to help those who want to stay in their own homes

More aged care funding in budget update to help those who want to stay in their own homes

New packages in early 2019 will be worth up to $50,000 per person.

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Scott Morrison picks former general David Hurley to be Australia's next governor-general
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Scott Morrison picks former general David Hurley to be Australia's next governor-general

Hurley, the 38th Governor of NSW, will take up the position in Canberra next year to replace Sir Peter Cosgrove.

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Labor promises a $6.6 billion housing boom to bring down rents

Labor promises a $6.6 billion housing boom to bring down rents

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten will vow to “turbocharge” investment in new housing with plans for 250,000 new homes over a decade.

  • by David Crowe