Prime Minister Scott Morrison says sexual harassment allegations made against former High Court justice Dyson Heydon are “very disturbing and very concerning”
Scott Morrison is itching to unlock interstate travel as new figures show border closures are costing nearly 5000 jobs a week and $84 million a day.
Australia’s elite universities have dismissed claims campuses are “risky” for Chinese students, saying the higher education sector has become the latest “pawn” in a diplomatic row between Australia and China.
Senior government minister Simon Birmingham has described the timing of Black Lives Matter marches as “incredibly unfortunate” but acknowledged it was not of the protesters’ choosing.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has confirmed Australia is now in a recession as the economy reels from the coronavirus pandemic.
Business and unions are putting workplace laws under the microscope as they try to claw Australia’s economy out of the coronavirus slump.