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'Do you mind if I give you a hug?': Jacinda Ardern meets Waleed Aly

'Do you mind if I give you a hug?': Jacinda Ardern meets Waleed Aly

When Jacinda Ardern sat down to discuss the aftermath of the Christchurch terrorist attack with The Project's Waleed Aly, she had one "strange" request.

  • by Laura Chung

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Prime Minister's ever-diminishing credibility
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Prime Minister's ever-diminishing credibility

Years of evasions, lies and obfuscations weigh down the sinking Coalition ship.

  • by Jack Waterford
Morrison, Shorten will pay heed to close-fought NSW election
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Morrison, Shorten will pay heed to close-fought NSW election

Can the NSW Coalition beat the stats to win a third state term; or will Michael Daley-led Labor overcome a horror week to snare a narrow victory?

  • by Tim Colebatch
My budget will drive up worker wages: Josh Frydenberg
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My budget will drive up worker wages: Josh Frydenberg

The Treasurer has vowed to "drive wages higher" using new policy measures to be unveiled in the April 2 budget.

  • by Shane Wright, David Crowe and Eryk Bagshaw
Push grows for Liberals, unions to put One Nation last in outcry over racist speech
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Push grows for Liberals, unions to put One Nation last in outcry over racist speech

Community leaders have warned of the dangers of racism and hate speech.

  • by David Crowe
Fast rail to Geelong? Do they really think we're that stupid?
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Fast rail to Geelong? Do they really think we're that stupid?

The Prime Minister's announcement of a $4b 'faster rail' project is precisely the sort of breathtakingly cynical political announcement that voters are now so exhausted by

  • by Clay Lucas
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Just don't do it, PM: trading votes with Hanson is playing with fire
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Just don't do it, PM: trading votes with Hanson is playing with fire

One Nation is not just another political party. It is defined by racism, and the Coalition must resist all temptations to preference it ahead of Labor.

  • by David Crowe
Scott Morrison gives his account of 'anti-Islam' meeting in tense television interview
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Scott Morrison gives his account of 'anti-Islam' meeting in tense television interview

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has vehemently denied ever suggesting anti-Muslim sentiment should be exploited for votes.

  • by Michael Koziol
Migration crackdown would hurt economy, trigger temporary worker influx, critics warn
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Migration crackdown would hurt economy, trigger temporary worker influx, critics warn

The Morrison government says its population plan would ease congestion in major cities without affecting the budget.

  • by David Crowe and Shane Wright
Former Liberal leader warns preferencing One Nation cost him seats
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Former Liberal leader warns preferencing One Nation cost him seats

Scott Morrison is being warned against playing “footsie” with Pauline Hanson’s One Nation.

  • by David Crowe
Morrison government faces first test under new refugee medical transfer laws
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Morrison government faces first test under new refugee medical transfer laws

Lawyers are in the final stages of preparing applications for transfers that will test Scott Morrison's resolve on medical transfers.

  • by Michael Koziol