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'No further delays': Labor to push super up to 12 per cent

'No further delays': Labor to push super up to 12 per cent

The shadow treasurer's speech indicates raising the amount of compulsory superannuation payments would be a priority for a Shorten Labor government.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw

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'Very small' coal project on government funding shortlist
Energy

'Very small' coal project on government funding shortlist

The government will also assess a proposal to revive a decommissioned coal plant at Collinsville in Queensland to shore up energy supplies to industry.

  • by Nicole Hasham
One Nation refers Al Jazeera to police over secret gun lobby recordings
Gun control

One Nation refers Al Jazeera to police over secret gun lobby recordings

Queensland One Nation leader Steve Dickson, discussing how it could use money given to the party by a US pro-gun lobby group, said: "you'd have the whole government by the balls."

  • by Max Koslowski

The latest illustrations from artist Andrew Weldon

Andrew Weldon has been a contributor to The Age and The Sunday Age for many years. His cartoons have been published widely nationally and internationally, including in The New Yorker, The Spectator and Private Eye. He has published two book collections of his work and several childrens' books. He smells funny.

The latest illustrations from artist Andrew Dyson

Some of his best work

The latest illustrations from artist Cathy Wilcox

The latest work by Sydney Morning Herald editorial cartoonist Cathy Wilcox.

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Best of cartoons March 25, 2019
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Best of cartoons March 25, 2019

Our talented team of artists, illustrators and cartoonists give us their humorous version of the news of the day.

The latest illustrations from artist Matt Golding
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The latest illustrations from artist Matt Golding

Illustrations by the artist from The Age.

Best of cartoons March 26, 2019
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Best of cartoons March 26, 2019

Our talented team of artists, illustrators and cartoonists give us their humorous version of the news of the day.

'She doesn't speak for us': Liberals disown Teena McQueen after Q&A appearance
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'She doesn't speak for us': Liberals disown Teena McQueen after Q&A appearance

The Liberal Party's most senior officials had twice ordered Teena McQueen to cease going on Sky's TV programs, but she refused, citing that the money was too good.

  • by Latika Bourke
Labor promises to introduce new minimum 'living wage'
Minimum wage

Labor promises to introduce new minimum 'living wage'

Labor will use legislation to direct the Fair Work Commission to take things such as inflation into its determinations.

  • by David Crowe