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Hanson Says She’s Heard Claims Made By Al Jazeera And Will Confront Him About It Personally
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has reacted angrily to reports that Al Jazeera secretly recorded her staff soliciting gun lobby
“I Was Concerned Negative Muslim Sentiment Was Taking Focus Away From African Gangs” Morrison Says
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has clarified his alleged comments from a 2010 shadow cabinet meeting, saying he was simply concerned
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Government Denounces Blatant Racism, Calls For Return To Thinly-Veiled Racism
The Government has denounced Fraser Anning’s response to the recent Christchurch terrorist attack, saying it was incumbent on all politicians
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EDITORIAL: George Pell Should Be Assumed Innocent Until Proven Guilty By Andrew Bolt
EDITORIAL: There has been much written about the trial of Cardinal George Pell in recent days, a great deal of
Tim Wilson Confirms That Election Ballot Paper Will Now Contain Option To Donate To Liberal Party
Voters in the upcoming election will have the option to donate to the Liberal Party when they fill in their
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Tim Wilson Agrees To Inquiry Into His Conduct, To Be Chaired By Tim Wilson
Liberal Party MP Tim Wilson has conceded that his running of the franking credits inquiry is conflicted, and has agreed
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Fears For Group Who Went To Rainbow Serpent Festival Without Drugs
A group of Melbourne friends who were seen leaving for the Rainbow Serpent Festival on Friday were not under the
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26th January Is Sacred, Says Man Who Will Take 28th January Off Work For Australia Day
Sydney man Brett Mason says 26th January is historically significant and the right and proper day to celebrate Australia Day,
Morrison To Make Matthew Flinders Captain Of Replica Endeavour Voyage 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Matthew Flinders is the perfect person to lead the Endeavour replica’s circumnavigation of Australia next
“This Is As Aussie As You Can Get”, Says Man Pointing To Star Constellation Visible From Half Of Planet
A man with a Southern Cross tattoo has told friends the emblem is uniquely Australian, proudly showing off the iconic
Most Australians Think 26th January Was Date Captain Cook Landed In Gallipoli, Survey Shows
A majority of Australians believe we should not change the date of Australia Day, because it commemorates the day Captain
Minister For Women And Jobs To Resign, Citing Pressure Of Being A Woman With A Job
The Government’s Minister For Women and Minister For Employment, Kelly O’Dwyer says being a woman with employment in the Liberal
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Dole Recipients To Help Rid Queensland Of Annoying Pest. Still No Solution For Cane Toads.
Centrelink says dole recipients are open to the idea of helping rid Queensland of one of its most poisonous pests, as
Blair Cottrell Confirmed For ‘I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here!’
Australians will get a chance to see the softer side of Nazi Blair Cottrell, when the 2019 series of ‘I’m
Santa Will Leave Lump Of Fair Dinkum Energy In Christmas Stocking If They Don’t Behave, Scott Morrison Warns Kids
Recalling the well-known Christmas story, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has told the nation’s children to be good in the lead