Prime Minister Scott Morrison will embark on a major push on national values in the run-up to Australia Day to connect with what the government regards as ordinary voters’ concerns as the election year kicks off.
- by David Wroe
Local councils will be forced to hold citizenship ceremonies on Australia Day in a Morrison government move aimed at locking in January 26 as the national day.
Almost 100 former ABC staff members have asked the PM to disqualify any candidates for the public broadcaster's chair who have criticised its online activities.
- by Jennifer Duke
The only way for Scott Morrison should be up - but the only way the polls are pointing is down.
- by Madonna King
Young workers would get a $500,000 boost to their retirements under major superannuation changes handed to the Morrison government.
- by Shane Wright
Outed by the PM, department staff admitted the Photoshopped image was never meant to be seen.
- by Sally Whyte
The Morrison government says families would be safer if Australian child sex offenders were publicly listed online.
The Prime Minister has since weighed in to the "shoegate" debate with a message to his department.
- by Sarah Keoghan
The Morrison government is close to achieving its goal of taking all refugee children off Nauru.
- by Michael Koziol