Albanese reveals Labor’s tax demands

Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese speaks to the media during a press conference in Burwood, Sydney, Saturday, June 8, 2019. Federal Labor has questioned why some leaked documents to the media are being investigated and others are not after federal police dropped their probe into the Medevac leak. (AAP Image/Bianca De Marchi) NO ARCHIVING

广东时时彩11选五 www.yya1n.com.cn Labor leader Anthony Albanese is demanding the government bring forward part of its tax cut package in exchange for his support passing it.

‘Sustained attack’: Folau hits back

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Israel Folau has responded to GoFundMe’s decision to shut down his crowdfunding campaign, and hit out at attempts to “vilify” his wife.

‘Heated’ fight led to Turnbull knifing

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra, Saturday, August 20, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

An explosive documentary has revealed new detail about the knifing of Malcolm Turnbull — and suggests the party’s wounds are far from healed.

Major bank shuts Blair Cottrell’s account

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Far-right nationalist Blair Cottrell’s account with a major bank has been closed, prompting a response of ‘LOL’ from the controversial figure.

Albo: ‘It has been a difficult year’

Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese (right) looks on as Sam Crosby (left) speaks during a press conference in Burwood, Sydney, Saturday, June 8, 2019. Federal Labor has questioned why some leaked documents to the media are being investigated and others are not after federal police dropped their probe into the Medevac leak. (AAP Image/Bianca De Marchi) NO ARCHIVING

After a deeply saddening year, new Labor leader Anthony Albanese has reflected on the personal cost of his political life.

The film Australians aren’t meant to see

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A video journalist and two accomplices snuck into a high security facility the Morrison Government doesn’t want filmed. This is what they saw.

Bernardi deregisters his political party

Australian Senator Cory Bernardi is seen during and election debate at the South Australian Press Club, Adelaide, Wednesday, May 8, 2019. (AAP Image/David Mariuz) NO ARCHIVING

Cory Bernardi is deregistering his political party the Australian Conservatives, adding to speculation he could return to the Liberal Party.

Medevac bill likely to head to High Court

Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton speaks to the media during a press conference in Sydney, Thursday, June, 20, 2019. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

The Government is expected to challenge a court decision which found doctors can remotely assess offshore asylum seekers who apply for medical evacuation to Australia.

Albo’s mess: ‘I don’t respond to threats’

Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese speaks to the media during a press conference in Burwood, Sydney, Saturday, June 8, 2019. Federal Labor has questioned why some leaked documents to the media are being investigated and others are not after federal police dropped their probe into the Medevac leak. (AAP Image/Bianca De Marchi) NO ARCHIVING

Anthony Albanese’s decisive move to expel a controversial member from Labor has led to an increasingly ugly mess for the new leader.

Bernardi on cusp of stunning return

Australian Senator Cory Bernardi is seen during an election debate at the South Australian Press Club, Adelaide, Wednesday, May 8, 2019. (AAP Image/David Mariuz) NO ARCHIVING

Not so long ago, Cory Bernardi was accused of betraying the Liberal Party. Now he appears to be on the cusp of a stunning return.

$2 billion for new Metro line

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NSW has announced a record $93 billion for infrastructure, including a new train line for Western Sydney. But there’s a catch.

Alan Jones roasted over a tiny number

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Shock jock Alan Jones copped a brutal shutdown on tonight’s Q&A over a single digit he infamously quoted to make a point.

Pauline Hanson’s surprising revelation

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Pauline Hanson raised eyebrows with her choice of setting for her interview this morning. She delivered a more substantive surprise as well.

‘Not one more cent’: Albo threatened

Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese speaks to the media during a press conference in Burwood, Sydney, Saturday, June 8, 2019. Federal Labor has questioned why some leaked documents to the media are being investigated and others are not after federal police dropped their probe into the Medevac leak. (AAP Image/Bianca De Marchi) NO ARCHIVING

John Setka has threatened to withdraw millions of dollars in funding from Labor amid Anthony Albanese’s push to expel him from the party.

‘How can you not answer that question?’

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Peter Dutton fronted ABC Insiders this morning over a controversial asylum seeker law. But with one question, he quickly came unstuck.

Australia warned it’s falling behind

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A powerful voice behind the United Kingdom’s move towards zero emissions has warned Australia it is falling behind the rest of the world.

Real reason Albo dumped union boss

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John Setka’s expulsion had nothing to do with what he actually said and everything to do with sending a message, writes Joe Hildebrand.

Blanche’s tribute: ‘The grief continues’

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Bob Hawke’s widow Blanche d’Alpuget spoke of enduring grief at his memorial service, which offered the most Aussie farewell ever for the former PM.

‘Big mouth’: Rudd’s sudden tirade

Former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd speaks during a Q&A session at the Lowy Institute in Sydney, Thursday, June 13, 2019. Mr Rudd discussed China and the new era of strategic competition with the United States across trade, technology, and geopolitics. (AAP Image/Paul Braven) NO ARCHIVING

Kevin Rudd has lashed out at a former Australian leader, who he accused of sending us “down the gurgler” in an abrupt rant.

‘Be honest’: Dutton torches Albo

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Anthony Albanese and Peter Dutton have traded barbs on TV, with the home affairs minister joking he “feels sorry” for the Labor leader.

Billion dollar projects with black holes

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Australia is in the middle of an infrastructure boom, but there are fears billions could be wasted on road and rail projects that simply don’t stack up.

Golden chance to solve huge problem

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Australia could be on the verge of something big. We have a golden chance to make a real difference to something that affects us all.

Most popular senator won’t get in

Liberal Senator Jim Molan during Question Time in the Senate chamber at Parliament House in Canberra, Monday, November 26, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

Jim Molan has conceded defeat and acknowledges he won’t get a Senate seat despite a divisive campaign urging people to vote below-the-line.

Albo shows he’s no Bill Shorten

Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese speaks to the media during a press conference in Burwood, Sydney, Saturday, June 8, 2019. Federal Labor has questioned why some leaked documents to the media are being investigated and others are not after federal police dropped their probe into the Medevac leak. (AAP Image/Bianca De Marchi) NO ARCHIVING

It’s something union-beholden Bill Shorten never would have done. But Anthony Albanese has stood up against a powerful force.

Embattled union boss refuses to quit

CFMEU Victoria Secretary John Setka delivers a speech on day two of the Labor Party National Conference in Adelaide, Monday, December 17, 2018. Labor's 48th National Conference will be held from December 16-18, 2018 at the Adelaide Convention Centre. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

Under-fire union boss John Setka has attacked Anthony Albanese after he moved to expel him from the party, saying he’s not going anywhere.

How Aussies are missing out on billions

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Australia is one of the worst countries in the world when it comes to this simple measure, but it could save us billions if we took it seriously.

‘I don’t want him in our party’: Albo

Anthony Albanese has moved to have a union boss Anthony Setka expelled from the party.

Anthony Albanese has recommended a high profile Union boss be removed from the Labor Party after he made controversial comments.

Childhood memory shocks Q&A audience

Adam Briggs on Q&A. Source: ABC

Indigenous rapper Briggs has revealed a shocking memory that highlights what the debate about Australia’s national anthem is all about.

Australia slammed over mass protests

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As over a million people took to the streets of Hong Kong in protest, our own government was in the firing line over its silence.

The mistake that cost Labor $1 million

Bill Shorten Concedes Defeat In 2019 Australian Federal Election

A miscalculation during Bill Shorten’s embarrassing election defeat has cost Labor more than just not winning government.

Hanson’s $158b blow to the PM

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Pauline Hanson has delivered a $158 billion blow to Prime Minister Scott Morrison by announcing she won’t back his signature policy.

Journo’s grim warning for Australia

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Veteran journalist Kerry O’Brien had launched a blistering attack after raids on a News Corp journalist’s home and the ABC.

ScoMo’s three pay rises in one year

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As 700,000 retail and hospitality workers prepare to take another penalty rate cut, Scott Morrison is set to get his third pay rise in under a year.

‘You’ll regret it’: Fiery clash on Today

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Yelling over each other in a heated on-air debate, Peter Dutton and Anthony Albanese clashed over controversial raids on journalists.

‘You people’: AFP boss cops grilling

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The head of the AFP has defended his media raids, referred journalists to the dictionary and explained why an undies drawer was searched.

Story AFP didn’t want you to read

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The Federal Police has raided one of Australia’s biggest news organisations, as well as the home of a News Corp journalist, this is what they were looking for.

World slams extraordinary raids

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Anger over Federal Police searches of the ABC and a journalist’s home is spreading, with global media attacking the intimidation tactics.

PM in panic mode over police raids

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Scott Morrison has opened the door to discussions on media laws after denying any prior knowledge of two separate AFP raids on media organisations.

AFP raids spark conspiracy theory

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The Morrison Government is facing uproar over an effort to target journalists and their sources after its election win.

Labor needs to shut up and go away

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Only one-third of voters chose Labor first in the election. After that embarrassing result, there’s one clear lesson the party is yet to learn.

Subtle sign the Queen liked ScoMo

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The Queen has chuckled through her first meeting with our PM. And a subtle signal to her staff showed the royal really was enjoying herself.

‘Who's next?’ More AFP raids coming

AFP officers enter the ABC's headquarters in Sydney to conduct a raid. Picture: Jason OM

Australian media is bracing for more “heavy-handed” Federal Police raids, after extraordinary searches of the ABC and a News Corp editor’s home.

PM defends raid on journalist’s home

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is seen during a press conference in Honiara in the Solomon Islands, on Monday, June 3, 2019. Prime Minister Morrison is visiting the Solomon Islands on his first post-election overseas trip before traveling to the United Kingdom and Singapore. (AAP Image/Darren England) NO ARCHIVING

The PM’s overseas trip to London has been overshadowed by his refusal to condemn the heavy-handed “intimidation” tactics of the AFP.

Australia’s economic problems mount

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The re-elected Morrison Government has been exposed as a combination of events reveal big problems in the economy.

AFP’s journo crackdown widens

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After raiding the home of a high-profile journalist, the Federal Police is now going after broadcaster Ben Fordham over his reporting.

ScoMo’s perfect present for the Queen

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (R) greets Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison (L), and his wife Jenny, during an audience at Buckingham Palace in London on June 4, 2019. (Photo by Dominic Lipinski / POOL / AFP)

Scott Morrison handed a quirky present to Her Majesty as he and wife Jenny met the monarch in London following his speech to business leaders.

Q&A erupts over Jimmy Barnes quip

Nicole Flint and Jimmy Barnes on Q&A. Picture: ABC

He might’ve been surrounded by seasoned politicians but Jimmy Barnes hilariously held his own, shutting them down at every opportunity.

Treasurer’s warning to bank bosses

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Josh Frydenberg has issued a stern warning to the big banks ahead of today’s expected interest rate cut by the Reserve Bank.

‘Up to six boats’ headed for Australia

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As many as six asylum seeker boats have recently attempted to reach Australian shores, according to a new report.

Dutton’s brutal swipe is just the beginning

Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton speaks to the media in Brisbane, Thursday, May 30, 2019. Mr Dutton was asked about a recent interception of an asylum seeker boat. (AAP Image/Dan Peled) NO ARCHIVING

A vicious brawl between Peter Dutton and Kristina Keneally stole the headlines, but a fiercer battle is emerging between the Libs and Labor.

Dutton’s brutal swipe at senator

Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton speaks to the media in Brisbane, Thursday, May 30, 2019. Mr Dutton was asked about a recent interception of an asylum seeker boat. (AAP Image/Dan Peled) NO ARCHIVING

It hasn’t taken long for Peter Dutton to lash out at Labor’s new frontbench team, but one appointment in particular has clearly struck a nerve.

Nationals MPs push for nuclear inquiry

40th anniversary of Three Mile Island nuclear disaster

National MPs are reportedly keen on putting forward nuclear power as an energy source despite the PM previously ruling out changes.

Labor’s bold tactic to win

Australian Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese speaks to the media in Sydney, Sunday, June 2, 2019. New Labor leader Anthony Albanese announced his frontbench team on Sunday before heading out on a "listening tour" to examine where the party went wrong after its disappointing election result. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

New Labor leader Anthony Albanese has announced his new front bench today, executing an unprecedented achievement.

Albo set to unveil his new team

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Anthony Albanese is set to announce his new leadership line-up as he faces the enormous challenge of reuniting the fractured Labor Party.

‘They never learn’: Sign Labor is broken

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At a time when Labor should be picking up the pieces and reflecting on how it lost the federal election, instead it is plagued by infighting.

ScoMo and Albo’s awkward text moment

The new Labor leader said he confused the Prime Minister for his mate from Concorde.

New Labor leader Anthony Albanese has described an awkward text mix-up between him and Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

Bill blames ‘vested interests’ for loss

Bill Shorten said he offered his 'regrets' about the result of the Federal Election.

Bill Shorten spoke for the first time since the election, saying Labor was up against “powerful vested interests” who spent millions.

How ‘dangerous’ men arrived in Australia

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After “confessing” to brutally killing an American couple, two asylum seekers begged to stay in the US. Instead, Australia took them.

J-Bish turns down plum role for big bucks

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After quitting politics, former foreign minister Julie Bishop has turned down a cushy job in favour of a more lucrative career path.

Asylum seeker boat intercepted

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A boat carrying 20 asylum seekers — including at least one baby — has been stopped and turned back while en route to Australia.

‘Baloney’: Rudd hits back at blame game

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Kevin Rudd has hit back at commentary over Labor’s election loss, saying some of the reasoning about Queensland was “baloney”.

Inside plot to humiliate One Nation

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A man who posed as a fake gun lobbyist for an investigation that exposed One Nation has told of his fear at being exposed.

Former Trump aide lashes Australia

George Papadopoulos, a Trump foreign policy advisor in the 2016 election, is sentenced for lying about his contacts with Russians

A high-profile former aide to President Donald Trump has urged US investigators to focus on Australia, saying, “We don’t need them”.

Albo the first single opposition leader

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History will be made tomorrow when Anthony Albanese officially becomes Opposition Leader. This is why he is a game-changer for Labor.

Labor MP quits to make way for Keneally

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Labor MP Ed Husic will stand aside from the opposition frontbench to make way for former NSW premier Kristina Keneally.

Albo’s brutal take-down of critic

Labor leader Anthony Albanese (centre) is seen at the Narangba Valley Tavern in Narangba, north of Brisbane, Tuesday, May 28, 2019. Mr Albanese, who is the new Leader of the Opposition in the federal parliament is touring Queensland in the aftermath of Labor's election loss. (AAP Image/Darren England) NO ARCHIVING

Just days into the job and it’s the issue that Anthony Albanese already can’t escape. But he did have a biting comeback to one critic.

Lone protester targets PM’s new team

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his new ministry are being sworn in — but there was one person not too happy about it.

Tactic ScoMo used to win Queensland

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Throughout the campaign, Bill Shorten was oblivious to a major risk that was brewing. But Scott Morrison saw it — and capitalised on it.

‘No’ campaigner vying for new role

Liberal Party Vice-President Karina Okotel at the National Press Club in Canberra, Wednesday, September 13, 2017. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

She was the face of the No campaign against same-sex marriage. Now she could be taking one of the vacant Senate spots in Canberra.

Labor’s lead widens in key seat

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It’s coming down to the wire in an agonisingly close race between Labor and the Coalition in one of the only seats left to count.

Shameful moment slammed on Q&A

Tony Jones hosts ABC's Q&A panel for Monday, 27 May.

A single moment that showed our politicians’ failure of leadership has been slammed as bringing “filth” into the Australian parliament.

Morrison’s new supreme power

Prime Minister Scott Morrison Announces New Cabinet

Scott Morrison’s successful one-man campaign changes everything inside the Liberal Party and puts him in a position no other PM has enjoyed.

Morrison to hit four countries in a month

Prime Minister Scott Morrison Announces New Cabinet

The Prime Minister is hitting the international summit circuit, visiting four country in a month.

Albo’s curious quote sets Twitter on fire

Labor leadership contender and member for Grayndler Anthony Albanese speaks to the media in Sydney, Monday, May 27, 2019. Albanese is currently running unopposed for the Labor leadership after Jim Chalmers announced he would not run. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

In his first press conference as Labor leader, Anthony Albanese borrowed a quote from one of his idols and sent social media into meltdown.

The figure Albo wants to change

Labor leader contender and member for Grayndler Anthony Albanese speaks to the media in Sydney, Thursday, May 23, 2019. Mr Albanese is currently running unopposed for the Labor leadership after Jim Chalmers announced he would not run. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

Anthony Albanese has outlined how he will lead Labor after its election wipe-out. And it includes fixing one main weakness in our system.

Barnaby’s awkward on-air demotion

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Barnaby Joyce thought he’d be returning to his job as the special envoy to the drought after the election. But then he turned on the TV.

PM dumps ‘laughing stock’ from portfolio

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Scott Morrison has announced his post-election Cabinet today, and the embattled environment minister Melissa Price was demoted during the reshuffle.

What Australia missed about election

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It’s the shock election outcome that no one saw coming. But it turns out the result is a good thing for Australia — and for Labor too.

Labor deputy leader hopeful drops out

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The Opposition is likely to have an all-male leadership team for the first time in 18 years after Clare O’Neil decided not to run for deputy.

Cormann coy on PM’s ministry plans

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Scott Morrison is not expected to make major changes to his team of ministers when he announces the post-election line-up this weekend.

‘Speculation’ around PM’s new ministry

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With three positions up for grabs, Scott Morrison is putting the final touches to his new-look cabinet. So who is in and who is out?

High honour for Hawke after death

Bob Hawke backstage at Woodfordia. 28th, December. 2018. (Photo AAP/Megan Slade)

After an outpouring of grief about the death of Bob Hawke, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced how the nation will honour him.

Emotional ScoMo chokes back tears

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is seen during a visit to Gipsy Plains Station near Cloncurry, Friday, May 24, 2019. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has made an emotional return to Queensland to visit cattle farmers devastated by floods earlier this year.

Final tragedy of Bob Hawke’s life

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Blanche d’Alpuget has revealed the one thing her husband Bob Hawke was looking forward to in his final days, and didn’t get to do.

Final tragedy of Bob Hawke’s life

Bob Hawke’s widow, Blanche d’Alpuget on ABC 7:30 tonight to discuss the incredible life of the former Prime Minister. Picture: 7.30 Report

Blanche d’Alpuget has revealed the one thing her husband Bob Hawke was looking forward to in his final days, and didn’t get to do.

Islamic State orphans to return home

Foreign women and children, living in al-Hol camp which houses relatives of Islamic State (IS) group members, walk in the camp in al-Hasakeh governorate in northeastern Syria on March 28, 2019. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

Three Aussie kids whose parents moved from Melbourne to join Islamic State will be brought home after their mum and dad both died.

Showdown that explains Albo’s rise

Anthony Albanese Discusses ALP Leadership Contest

Anthony Albanese has enjoyed an incredible rise to power within the Labor Party, and one brutal political confrontation shows exactly why.

No contest: Albanese to become leader

Labor Member for Grayndler Anthony Albanese speaks to the media at Henson Park in Marrickville, Sydney, Wednesday, May 22, 2019. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

It’s now a one-horse race in the Labor leadership, as the only person who could stop Anthony Albanese has pulled out of the contest.

The man set to replace Bill Shorten

Here’s what you need to know about the rock-star Labor MP once labelled “hot Albo” — and now set to be elected Australia’s new Opposition Leader.

China’s icy reaction to ScoMo’s win

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The Chinese Government has finally responded to Scott Morrison’s surprise election win — with a way harsher response than other world leaders.

Penny Wong’s subtle dig at Shorten

Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs Penny Wong leaves after a press conference in Adelaide, Wednesday, May 22, 2019. Penny Wong has endorsed Anthony Albanese to be leader of the Federal Labor party. (AAP Image/Sam Wundke) NO ARCHIVING

Penny Wong appeared to send a coded warning to interim Labor leader Bill Shorten about his reported meddling in the party’s leadership race.

Barnaby goes on post-election rant

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Barnaby Joyce has lashed out at Labor in a fiery rant, claiming they value climate change over the “dignity” of hardworking Australians.

PM to get some bad economic news

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Foreign Minister Marise Payne during a meeting at the Commonwealth Parliament Offices in Sydney, Monday, May 20, 2019. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

After it was revealed the PM would be unable to keep an election tax cut promise to 10 million Aussies, he is set to get some bad economic news today.

‘Don’t trust each other’: Labor rivalry

The Federal Member for Grayndler Anthony Albanese (left) and Australian Opposition Leader Bill Shorten (right) are seen during a press conference at MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) in Hobart, Saturday, April 27, 2019. Mr Shorten has promised to pump more than $120 million into various Tasmanian tourist attractions. (AAP Image/Darren England) NO ARCHIVING

Bill Shorten has stunned his colleagues by campaigning against Anthony Albanese for the Labor leadership. Here’s why he’s doing it.

‘Strong advantage’: Why Bowen pulled out

Labor Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen speaks to the media during a press conference in Sydney, Wednesday, May 22, 2019. Chris Bowen has announced that he has withdrawn his bid for the Labor leadership position. (AAP Image/Bianca De Marchi) NO ARCHIVING

Chris Bowen has revealed the reason he bowed out of the contest for the Labor leadership, leaving Anthony Albanese to be elected unopposed.

Real losers in surprise election

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Foreign Minister Marise Payne during a meeting at the Commonwealth Parliament Offices in Sydney, Monday, May 20, 2019. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

We all think we know how the election went down, but a glance at the raw voting figures has revealed some surprising truths about who won and lost.

‘My parents are PM’s quiet Australians’

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Nicole McInnes nearly cried when Scott Morrison made his victory speech because for the first time a politician was speaking about her parents — the ‘quiet Australians’.

What election means for house prices

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For months, the property market was paralysed by the uncertainty of an upcoming federal election. Now two key things are likely to happen.

ScoMo could let down 10 million already

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He’s only just been re-elected but the Prime Minister may have to break his first election promise already, disappointing millions of Aussies.

Clive Palmer a no-show in court

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Big-spending election loser Clive Palmer was absent from court as his lawyers were lambasted by a judge overseeing Queensland Nickel’s liquidation trial.

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