FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN: DAY 37
WHERE THE LEADERS ARE CAMPAIGNING
Prime Minister Scott Morrison will start the day in Darwin.
Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese will be campaigning in Perth.
WHAT THE COALITION WANTS TO TALK ABOUT
* Spruiking their new housing policy which allows people to dip into their superannuation to buy a home.
WHAT LABOR WANTS TO TALK ABOUT
* Labor will link health, jobs, and manufacturing in a new announcement ahead of Saturday's federal election.
WHAT IS MAKING NEWS
* A new $1.5 billion Medical Manufacturing Fund will be established under an Albanese government. The fund is a bid to help build manufacturing capability and create more jobs while strengthening supply chain sovereignty.
* The Greens have revealed their priorities should the party hold the balance of power after Saturday's federal election.These include taking urgent action on climate change, dealing with the cost of living crisis and progressing the Uluru Statement from the Heart for First Nations people.
* Anthony Albanese will appear at a leadership breakfast Q and A hosted by The West Australian newspaper.
THEY SAID WHAT?
"It's (Australians') money, we're not going to tell them what to do with it, they'll make their own decisions."
- Mr Morrison on his party's housing policy, which will require home owners to return the initial super amount withdrawn.
"This is an attack on future savings, it's an attack on future generations, it's not about assisting people."
- Mr Albanese on the Morrison government's superannuation housing election promise.
Australian Associated Press
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