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The prime minister insists Australia Day should remain on January 26, but is suggesting a new day to celebrate Indigenous Australians.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is calling for a new national day to celebrate Indigenous Australians, in an effort to sidestep the growing calls for Australia Day to be moved from January 26. The prime minister’s suggestion comes after his governm...
Former foreign minister Julie Bishop has addressed what she calls a "vicious" environment in parliamentary question time and the need for gender targets to achieve greater female representation.
Former foreign minister Julie Bishop has spoken openly about the problems she sees in federal politics in her first televised interview since the Liberal leadership challenge. Ms Bishop, who eventually contested but lost her bid for the leadershi...
Construction work has begun on the Western Sydney Airport which eventually will see an expected 10 million passengers pass through the terminal each year.
The first piece of earth has been broken at the construction site for the new Western Sydney Airport. "Welcome to the future of Sydney - that's what we are seeing here," a jubilant Prime Minister Scott Morrison told guests and reporters at Badger...
ABC reports that a Korean-born businessman Eddie Kang who was sentenced to 12 months in prison for conviction of 22 counts of fraud and misleading conduct is continuing to operate a business that rips off overseas students. 
Korean-born businessman Eddie Kang is one of the most notorious con men in immigration and recruitment industry for his trick that ripped of 11 international students who paid his companies to secure 457 visas....