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'War is always a failure of our humanity': Scott Morrison commemorates end of World War I

'War is always a failure of our humanity': Scott Morrison commemorates end of World War I

The PM has paid tribute to the Anzacs' "selflessness in the darkest of times" and pledged to honour their sacrifices for eternity.

  • by Michael Koziol

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The bus and the bubble: Scott Morrison's road trip

The bus and the bubble: Scott Morrison's road trip

The wheels on the special ScoMobile kept rolling through Queensland, even when the PM opted for a plane.

  • by Jacqueline Maley
Scott Morrison condemns Bourke Street Attack, demands Muslim leaders 'call this out for what it is'
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Scott Morrison condemns Bourke Street Attack, demands Muslim leaders 'call this out for what it is'

Prime Minister Scott Morrison called on Muslim leaders to take “special responsibility” for stamping out radicalism in their communities, saying they must be proactive and “call this out for what it is”.

  • by David Wroe
Death throes mark start of another cycle
Opinion
Opinion

Death throes mark start of another cycle

Labor is poised to return to power undeservedly. If only there were alternatives.

  • by Crispin Hull
New doubts over when Indonesia-Australia free trade deal will be signed
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New doubts over when Indonesia-Australia free trade deal will be signed

The signing of the Indonesia-Australia free trade deal may now be delayed, with Jakarta's Trade Minister admitting disquiet over Israeli embassy move.

  • by James Massola & Karuni Rompies
Scott Morrison: 'I dropped to my knees in tears' over refugees
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Scott Morrison: 'I dropped to my knees in tears' over refugees

The Prime Minister has revealed some of the emotions he grappled with when tasked with stopping the flow of asylum seeker boats.

  • by Nicole Hasham
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Scott Morrison explains the logic behind Malcolm Turnbull's knifing
Malcolm Turnbull

Scott Morrison explains the logic behind Malcolm Turnbull's knifing

The Prime Minister says conservative Liberal insurgents behind Malcolm Turnbull's demise had believed the party must better connect with the values of its grassroots members.

  • by Nicole Hasham & Michael Koziol
Why Australia needs to be a renewable energy superpower
Opinion
Opinion

Why Australia needs to be a renewable energy superpower

Renewable energy can be the "fair dinkum" source of 100 per cent of Australia's power.

  • by Mike Cannon-Brookes
Cormann concedes Coalition was 'in a more competitive position' when Turnbull knifed
Mathias Cormann

Cormann concedes Coalition was 'in a more competitive position' when Turnbull knifed

The senior minister said he had never seen internal polling showing the government ahead 52-48 in marginal seats.

  • by Michael Koziol & Nicole Hasham
Time to lift stone-age secrecy shrouding political donations
Opinion
Opinion

Time to lift stone-age secrecy shrouding political donations

Transparency is needed to ensure voters know who is gaining influence and how much they're spending

  • by David Crowe
Stone Age secrecy shrouds political funding
Opinion

Stone Age secrecy shrouds political funding

The Senate is about to decide new laws that could block foreign donors and tighten the regulation of political campaigns.

  • by David Crowe