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                                        Australia’s ’eye-watering’ deficit revealed

                                        PRIME MINISTER

                                        Scott Morrison was meant to unveil Australia’s long-awaited surplus this year. Instead the PM will confirm the biggest deficit in decades.

                                        The advice every parent needs to hear

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                                        Australia’s top cop is demanding parents start paying more attention to child exploitation, warning no one saved their kids by covering their ears or eyes.

                                        ‘I tried’: No go to border move

                                        Queensland Reopens Borders To Interstate Travellers Following Temporary Closure Due To COVID-19

                                        Queensland’s border checkpoint won’t be moving south according to NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, who says the issue is one for her state counterpart to deal with.

                                        ‘What can I do?’ Bizarre sports rorts answer

                                        Senator Bridget McKenzie Presser

                                        Key pieces of evidence in the sports rorts saga were not considered during an investigation called for by the Prime Minister.

                                        Nation’s ‘eye-watering’ debt due to virus

                                        PARLIAMENT and PM

                                        Australia is about to discover just how much the coronavirus crisis has cost, with the Treasurer warning the debt and deficit level will be “eye-watering”.

                                        PM dismisses calls for politician pay cuts

                                        PARLIAMENT and PM

                                        Scott Morrison has branded calls for politicians to take a $1000-a-day pay cut while parliament isn’t sitting as “clickbait politics”.

                                        Budget to reveal nation’s ‘eye-watering’ debt

                                        Adding up the profits

                                        An economic update tomorrow is expected to unveil Australia’s worst budget outlook since World War II.

                                        ‘Appalling’: PM rips into protesters

                                        PARLIAMENT and PM

                                        The Prime Minister has fired up at Black Lives Matter protesters, asking “What gives people a ticket to not obey the law?”

                                        New dole change allows double-dipping

                                        Centrelink

                                        Some workers will be better off on Jobseeker than the new rate of JobKeeper, but changes to the schemes mean workers can now double-dip on both payments.

                                        JobKeeper question that got PM fired up

                                        Leigh Sales grills Scott Morrison.

                                        The PM was quizzed on everything from the COVIDSafe app to whether he wore a mask, but one question really got him fired up.

                                        Man ‘raising family of 8 on JobSeeker’

                                        JP shared how he was supporting seven others on his JobSeeker payment. Picture: Twitter.

                                        A hospitality worker who lost his job because of the coronavirus pandemic has revealed what it is like to support his family of eight.

                                        Bold bid to dock pollies’ pay

                                        Australian Parliament House Capital Hill Canberra ACT Australia, Federal Government. File stock images. Picture: ThinkStock / Getty Images

                                        A renegade federal senator has put forward a controversial plan to dock politicians’ pay for every day that they don’t sit in parliament.

                                        JobKeeper and JobSeeker 2.0 explained

                                        Both programs will be extended but recipients will receive less under changes announced by the Federal Government on Tuesday.

                                        Dole payments set to be slashed

                                        The Prime Minister and Treasurer have revealed just how much they’ll cut dole payments by, confirming JobSeeker payments will be slashed under new changes.

                                        ‘Neglect’: Seniors left waiting for care

                                        More than 6100 additional home care packages were released this month, but new figures show they will barely make a dent in the waiting list.

                                        Border fugitives could face jail

                                        Border

                                        The South Australian government will today consider tougher punishments for those border hoppers crossing into the state illegally.

                                        How JobKeeper payments will change

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                                        Extracts from the JobKeeper review, kept under lock and key since June, reveal how the scheme has helped Aussies. But big changes are coming.

                                        Union’s wishlist to save economy

                                        Unions Presser

                                        Big, bold investments are needed from the Federal Government to curb unemployment, the peak union body says.

                                        Who will keep PM’s $1500 payment

                                        Prime Minister Scott Morrison Media Opportunity

                                        JobKeeper is changing, but Scott Morrison has clarified who will be holding on to the full $1500 handout, and for how long.

                                        Annastacia v Gladys in border battle

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                                        The NSW and Queensland Premiers are at loggerheads over the placement of the Qld-NSW border checkpoint, which is causing traffic and headaches for border communities.

                                        Scathing environmental report card

                                        Australia’s natural environment and iconic places are in decline and under increasing threat, according to a new report on environment protection law.

                                        What PM has planned for JobKeeper

                                        PRIME MINISTER on FILM INDUSTRY

                                        A new phase of JobKeeper that will be “targeted” and “temporary” will be introduced post-September, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says.

                                        $1m lifeline for small businesses

                                        Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has announced a scheme for small and medium businesses will be extended to help them stay afloat during the coronavirus crisis.

                                        ScoMo at record-high approval rating

                                        PRIME MINISTER on FILM INDUSTRY

                                        Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s personal approval rating has surged to its highest level in a year, and his party is also getting the thumbs up from voters.

                                        JobKeeper wind-back to target ‘overpaid’

                                        Days are numbered for those on JobKeeper better off than when they were working, with Labor supporting a push to wind the scheme back.

                                        ‘Poor people’ issue Australia can’t ignore

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                                        A year ago, a strange thing happened in Australian politics and now, for the first time, the rich need the poor more than they need us.

                                        Push for free childcare for all

                                        NWK - Preschool to Normal School Transition

                                        Free childcare should be provided to all, no matter their income, says one of the most influential unions, the The Australian Council of Trade Unions.

                                        $400m push for Hollywood blockbusters

                                        American filmmaker Jerry Bruckheimer is among Hollywood heavyweights welcoming the push for film and television productions to move to our largely coronavirus-safe shores.

                                        PM and Trump compare notes on the virus

                                        Donald Trump and Scott Morrison spoke on the phone on Friday morning and discussed the need to safely reopen their economies.

                                        Who can and can’t visit Top End

                                        Supplied Editorial NT border

                                        The Northern Territory border has reopened, but if you plan on visiting from these areas the message from the Government is simple: “cancel your plans”.

                                        Karl to PM: ‘You must have been filthy’

                                        Today Show host Karl Stefanovic interviewing Scott Morrison.

                                        Karl Stefanovic has pushed Scott Morrison to reveal how he really feels about coronavirus getting out of control in the Victorian capital.

                                        Celeste’s plea to fix donation debacle

                                        Comedian Celeste Barber has made a desperate plea to parliament to help her redirect funds from her $51.3 million bushfire-relief fundraiser.

                                        Only one option for virus: Premier

                                        Premier Press Conference Sydney

                                        Suppression of coronavirus is “the only option” for NSW, with the population too large to effectively eliminate the virus, Premier Gladys Berejiklian says.

                                        Vic health boss goes against PM’s strategy

                                        Towers Lockdown

                                        Victoria’s chief health officer Brett Sutton has gone against the Prime Minister on which coronavirus strategy Australia should pursue.

                                        Fires ‘exceeded worst-case scenario’

                                        Former fire chief Shane Fitzsimmons says the summer bushfire season was “extraordinary” and exceeded experts’ worst fears.

                                        ‘Get a bit of perspective’: PM

                                        Scott Morrison has asked Australians to “get a bit of perspective” when it comes to ongoing lockdowns, noting even in an outbreak, Australia is doing better than Florida.

                                        Grim prediction as virus spread worsens

                                        Increased COVID-19 Testing Continues In NSW As More Cases Linked To Sydney Pub Outbreak

                                        Health Minister Greg Hunt has delivered a dire warning for Australians as the nation struggles to keep multiple coronavirus outbreaks under control.

                                        Palace replies over bombshell letters

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                                        Buckingham Palace has issued a rare statement surrounding the Queen after secret palace letters were finally released after 45 years.

                                        ‘It was better for Her Majesty not to know’

                                        WINDSOR, ENGLAND - JUNE 13:  Queen Elizabeth II attends a ceremony to mark her official birthday at Windsor Castle on June 13, 2020 in Windsor, England. The Queen celebrates her 94th birthday this year, in line with Government advice, it was agreed that The Queen's Birthday Parade, also known as Trooping the Colour, would not go ahead in its traditional form. (Photo by Toby Melville - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

                                        The Queen was not told in advance that former governor-general Sir John Kerr would dismiss the Whitlam government, new letters reveal.

                                        ‘Lies’: China’s furious response to Australia

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                                        Beijing has reacted to Australia’s announcements about Hong Kong, issuing a new warning to its citizens and blasting “lies”.

                                        Australia, give the PM a break

                                        NRL Sharks v Panthers

                                        He’s been slammed as “tone deaf” and a “goon” but Scott Morrison has worked at least 120 days straight - isn’t he entitled to a break?

                                        Grim prediction for jobless rate

                                        Treasurer Josh Frydenberg expects Australia’s unemployment rate to rise given the “economic challenges” the nation faces.

                                        PM defends watching footy after backlash

                                        NRL Sharks v Panthers

                                        Scott Morrison took to the airwaves to defend his decision to attend a football match while Victoria was sent into pandemic lockdown.

                                        1000 ADF personnel sent to virus front line

                                        Elevated levels of coronavirus cases will continue in Victoria, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says, as he sends army personnel to help with the fight.

                                        ‘Better things to worry about’ than the PM

                                        Daniel Andrews rebuffs Scomo ‘footy’ question

                                        Some social media users have criticised Scott Morrison for going to the footy yesterday, but Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews refused to bite.

                                        ‘Disgraceful’: Labor hits back at PM

                                        The shadow treasurer has urged Scott Morrison to “come clean” on JobKeeper after the PM called Labor “disgraceful”.

                                        ‘100 cumulative outbreaks’ smash Victoria

                                        DANIEL ANDREWS PRESSER

                                        Victoria’s coronavirus crisis continues to worsen, with “100 cumulative outbreaks” making tracking the spread a diabolical challenge.

                                        ASIO’s bold move to thwart lone wolves

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                                        Our domestic spy agency wants beefed-up powers to interrogate teenagers and track cars without a warrant to protect the country from lone-wolf attacks.

                                        How JobKeeper props up your suburb

                                        Calls for the JobKeeper payment to be extended have increased as new data shows how every postcode in Australia is affected.

                                        ‘Disgraceful’: PM slams Labor tactic

                                        Prime Minister Scott Morrison Announces Suspension Of Extradition Policy With Hong Kong

                                        Scott Morrison has lashed out at a new website set up by Labor to attack the government, described as “fearmongering during a pandemic”.

                                        Big changes for returning travellers

                                        Flights returning Australian residents from overseas will be slashed in half, and passengers will have to pay to hotel quarantine under changes agreed to at National Cabinet.

                                        Fresh clue tax cuts may come early

                                        The Federal Government is considering bringing forward income tax cuts, putting more money in the pockets of workers.

                                        Bombshell ‘Palace Letters’ to be released

                                        Queen Elizabeth II

                                        The secret “Palace Letters” between Queen Elizabeth and former governor-general Sir John Kerr will be released next week.

                                        ‘Do not travel’: PM’S Hong Kong warning

                                        Prime MInisters Press Conference

                                        The Federal Government has announced new travel advice for Hong Kong, saying Australians should not travel and are at risk of detention.

                                        Australians’ big Hong Kong gamble

                                        Australians in Hong Kong should reconsider their need to remain in the region, as the PM announces he will extend visas for nationals in response to new advice about Beijing’s national security legislation.

                                        Push for full pay while in quarantine

                                        Workers without leave entitlements can receive a one-off $1500 payment if they test positive for coronavirus. But should they be paid their full wage while quarantining?

                                        Australia and Japan in space talks

                                        Black hole concept.

                                        Australia and Japan are set to ink an agreement that will take space missions to new heights, with the countries’ two leaders to hold a virtual meeting today.

                                        JobKeeper support to be extended

                                        Prime MInisters Press Conference

                                        As coronavirus spreads across Australia, the Prime Minister has flagged JobKeeper support for struggling businesses will be extended.

                                        ABC’s plan to become ‘more relevant’

                                        The boss of the ABC wants to make the national broadcaster “more relevant” to more communities over the next five years.

                                        Budget deficit to blow out to $240bn, expert predicts

                                        People Page - Chamber

                                        Westpac’s chief economist says the forecast blow out of the budget deficit will include an extension to JobKeeper and JobSeeker payments.

                                        Where missing PM has been hiding

                                        NCA NewsWire

                                        With millions of Australians sent back into lockdown, questions have been raised as to where Prime Minister Scott Morrison is.

                                        PM offers more support for older Australians

                                        Prime MInisters Press Conference

                                        Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced greater support for older Australians and has extended the Aged Care Royal Commission.

                                        Health minister’s TV admission

                                        Health Minister Greg Hunt appears on A Current Affair.

                                        Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt made some startling admissions over Victoria’s COVID-19 spike in interviews on Tuesday night.

                                        Government’s chilling China warning

                                        DFAT has changed its travel warning for China to include the risk of 'arbitrary detention'. Picture: Supplied

                                        As China’s war of words with Australia continues to escalate, our government has issued a terrifying warning for any Aussies in the country.

                                        Big changes to our cyber security

                                        Stuart Robert Presser

                                        Fears Australian’s personal data could be misused or stolen by international cyber criminals has prompted the Government to review its security.

                                        Premier Andrews in emergency meeting

                                        PREMIER PRESSER

                                        Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is holding an emergency meeting as cases spike and a statewide lockdown is considered.

                                        Who is eligible for border permit

                                        NSW-VIC BORDER CONTROLS

                                        From midnight on Tuesday, only those with a permit will be able to cross the border between Victoria and NSW. Are you eligible?

                                        ‘Ridiculous’: PM blasted for border backflip

                                        NCA NewsWire

                                        After calling for state borders to be opened for months, Scott Morrison has backflipped, supporting NSW’s closure – and other states are mad.

                                        ‘I couldn’t care less’: Hanson defiant on ban

                                        Supplied  Pauline Hanson Andrew Bolt Picture: Sky News

                                        Pauline Hanson has defended her comments about tower residents saying Australians support her and she “couldn’t care less” about her ban.

                                        How Melbourne outbreak affects us all

                                        Australia’s rate of community transmission from coronavirus continues to balloon, with health officials saying the Melbourne outbreak affects us all.

                                        Today show dumps Pauline Hanson

                                        Hanson

                                        One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson has been banned from appearing on the Today show after racist remarks made on Monday.

                                        ‘Silly’: MP cautions against offending China

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                                        A Labor politician has cautioned the Government against unnecessarily criticising our biggest trading partner, but made one exception.

                                        Resignation to spark major shake-up

                                        NCA NewsWire

                                        The not-so-shocking departure of finance minister Mathias Cormann has set the scene for a major shake-up of Scott Morrison’s economic team.

                                        Finance Minister Mathias Cormann to quit

                                        Federal Finance Minister Mathias Cormann will quit politics at the end of the year after telling the Prime Minister it’s the right time for a transition in his portfolio.

                                        Glaring problem Albanese can’t escape

                                        There is one big takeaway from Eden-Monaro for Labor leader Anthony Albanese, and it’s not great, whether Labor wins or loses.

                                        Election night drama as no result reached

                                        The tension kept building all night as votes trickled in from the Eden-Monaro by-election - and that tension still hasn’t been released.

                                        How suburb lockdowns are decided

                                        Victoria Police Media Op - COVID19 Sites

                                        More suburb lockdowns loom for Melbourne as the Victorian Government spends the weekend analysing crucial virus data.

                                        Why today’s by-election is so important

                                        Voters Head To Polls For Eden-Monaro By-Election

                                        It was the seat made famous by the PM’s unfriendly welcome during the bushfires. Now it’s making headlines as voters go to the polls.

                                        Minister says Trad drama was ‘isolated’

                                        NewsWire

                                        The Queensland Education Minister has responded to findings in corruption investigations, saying the department must “follow processes and protocols”.

                                        It’s finally beer o’clock in Queensland

                                        NewsWire

                                        Thirsty Queenslanders can finally return to the pub as virus restrictions ease across the state.

                                        Cormann to quit after PM insult

                                        Australia’s longest serving Finance Minister, Mathias Cormann, is set to quit politics after calling Scott Morrison a “control freak”.

                                        Coronavirus lie that became the truth

                                        State Parliament

                                        Six months after COVID-19 silently reared its head and three months after Australia went into lockdown, our biggest lie has become true.

                                        500,000 Aussies wipe out super funds

                                        Pitt Street Mall

                                        Almost half a million Aussies have completely cleared out their superannuation accounts with demand for the government scheme outstripping expectations.

                                        Why 6500 Aussies were denied JobKeeper

                                        Centrelink Vox Pop

                                        At least 6500 Australians have been knocked back from receiving JobKeeper payments with the tax office citing fraud or ineligibility.

                                        Jobs that Aussies aren’t applying for

                                        Centrelink lines

                                        Despite more than 1.5 million Australians being out of work, there are still occupations that are struggling to find workers. Find out what they are.

                                        Visa deal after China’s brutal crackdown

                                        Thousands of fearful Hong Kong residents who don’t want to return home will be allowed to stay in Australia in the wake of China’s crackdown.

                                        NSW hunts virus fugitives

                                        Brad Hazzard and Dr Dr Kerry Chant

                                        NSW has begun screening at airports, on roads and at train stations to ensure nobody from Victoria’s new coronavirus hot spots can enter the state.

                                        MP’s controversial election promise

                                        NQ First candidate

                                        Another desperate election promise or is Queensland’s mining industry missing out on a valuable economic opportunity? Either way, uranium mining is back on the table.

                                        What China knew about Aussie report

                                        Australia “briefed” China over Australia’s $270bn defence boost after rising tensions in the region have caused circumstances to “deteriorate”.

                                        ‘We’ll never surrender’: PM’s war threat

                                        Scott Morrison has warned we need to prepare for a “more dangerous” world, drawing on wartime words as part of a “deliberate” strategy.

                                        Victorians face jail for entering NSW

                                        Victorians from coronavirus hot spot suburbs will face fines of up to $11,000 or possible jail time if they enter NSW from midnight tonight.

                                        PM warns of ‘haunting’ uncertainty

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                                        Prime Minister Scott Morrison has warned our post-COVID world will be “poorer, more dangerous and more disorderly”.

                                        Fierce debate over new Aussie logo

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                                        The much-loved kangaroo logo representing Australia is being sidelined for an abstract image that has left some very confused.

                                        One of Australia’s toughest jobs

                                        Yunn Chen is an immigration lawyer and features in the new SBS documentary series Who Gets To Stay?

                                        This woman has one of Australia’s most gruelling jobs, that deals with heartbreaking life and death decisions on a daily basis.

                                        $270b for aggressive new Aussie military

                                        An Australian Army 1st Armoured Regiment M1A1 Abrams tank fires a 120mm round from its main gun in a Support By Fire serial during the Warfiighter activity at Shoalwater Bay Training Area, QLD. *** Local Caption *** Battle Group Lion’s four-week Warfighter exercise has culminated with an impressive display of live-fire action at Shoalwater Bay Training Area, 1 June to 3 July 2019. Led by the 1st Armoured Regiment, the Warfighter involved more than 900 personnel from across Australia including, cavalry, infantry, engineers, artillery, advanced medical and logistics support. The exercise incorporated dry and blank firing at the Combat Team level before working up to the three-day live fire activity, culminating in a combined arms Battle Group attack on the Lemon Tree Complex. The activity confirmed the Battle Group’s ability to provide agile Combat Teams in support of the 1st Brigade as it prepares to assume responsibility as Army’s READY brigade from 1 October 2019. Battle Group Lion’s four-week Warfighter exercise has culminated with an impressive display of live fire action at Shoalwater Bay Training Area, 1 June to 3 July 2019.

                                        Scott Morrison will warn Australians to prepare for a more “dangerous” post-COVID world as he announces a move against China.

                                        Council boss under fire for ‘gorilla’ remark

                                        NewsWire

                                        A former Liberal party candidate and council boss is facing calls to be sacked after referring to the “gorilla head” of a Maori worker.

                                        Qld tells Victorians to stay away

                                        Premier

                                        Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced that the state’s borders will remain closed to Victorians.

                                        PM’s cash splash ahead of poll

                                        Scott Morrison at Lobs Hole NSW

                                        Scott Morrison has given the Snowy Hydro 2.0 project the green light after environmental approval for the project was granted.

                                        Trans-Tasman bubble flights grounded

                                        Repatriation Flight Returns Australians From Delhi During Coronavirus Outbreak

                                        The first commercial flight between Australia and NZ has been put on ice after Victoria experienced a huge spike in virus cases.

                                        Premier’s ratings dive amid virus disaster

                                        As Victoria battles to stop a second wave of coronavirus, support for Premier Daniel Andrews’ handling of the pandemic has fallen sharply.

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