ABC /
Queensland Government will not fund Safe Schools teacher training after October

Negative "political ramifications" are stopping the Palaszczuk Government from funding the anti-bullying program Safe Schools once its federal funding runs out, the Queensland Teachers Union says.

ABC /
What research has to say about Pauline Hanson's disability claims

The presence or absence of students with a disability has little affect on learning outcomes in the classroom, research suggests.

ABC /
Dodson calls for removal of 'stains in racist Constitution'

Labor senator and Aboriginal leader Pat Dodson demands "the stubborn stains in our racist Constitution" be removed with ...

ABC /
Senate votes to pass Gonski 2.0 in a big win for Coalition

The Federal Government's $23.5 billion school funding package passes the Senate, in a significant victory for the ...

ABC /
Wounded veterans warn super changes will push them below poverty line

Injured veterans say they stand to lose hundreds of dollars per month under pending tax changes to disability support ...

ABC /
Liberals pressured to oppose relocation of government jobs

The Federal Liberal Party is under pressure to stand up to the Nationals and formally oppose the relocation of ...

Top words for Australia Politics
Create your own
Word Cloud
Advertisment
ABC /
Hanson defends autism comments

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson says she has received support for her comments on removing students on the autism spectrum from mainstream classes.

ABC /
Analysis: Hipster budgets shelved in favour of suburban spend

With its latest budget, SA Labor is looking to secure support in marginal seats in Adelaide's metropolitan area ahead of the 2018 state election, Simon Royal writes.

ABC /
Fiji Labour Party concerned at Pakistani company involvement in elections

Fiji's opposition Labour Party has called for the termination of the contract for a Pakistani organisation involved in organising next year's election.

ABC /
Fiji opposition united in calling for electoral system changes

All five of Fiji's opposition parties have jointly released a document calling for electoral reform. ...

ABC /
Taskforce to review maritime safety in Solomon Islands after boat tragedy

The Solomon Island's prime minister says last week's deadly boat capsize is a 'wake up' call for both authorities and ...

ABC /
WA households hit with $440 hike to bills and fees

WA households will be slugged with a $440 hike to fees and charges, including a $169 increase to power bills, Treasurer Ben Wyatt announces as part of the State Government's budget repair measures. ...

ABC /
SA budget focuses on jobs as banks, foreign investors targeted with taxes

New taxes on banks and foreign investors, a focus on jobs and a cash splash on the suburbs are the headline measures in the South Australian Government's pre-election budget, described by Premier Jay Weatherill as a "traditional Labor budget".

ABC /
SA budget 2017: What you need to know

Find out where the money in this year's South Australian budget is going and how it will affect you.

ABC /
NT public servant charged with disclosing official secrets merely 'gossiping', court told

Stewart McCulloch is a senior public servant with the NT Government in Katherine and allegedly told a tenderer about the state of their application, and what prices competing applicants had quoted. ...

ABC /
Facebook alert system launched for WA child abductions

Facebook will issue an amber alert on people's feeds if they live near the scene of a child abduction in WA as part of ...

ABC /
Trump says 'beautiful' solar panels would see Mexico border wall 'pay for itself'

US President Donald Trump vows he will eventually get funding for his proposed wall on the Mexican border, saying he is ...

ABC /
Live: SA Treasurer hands down 'traditional Labor' budget

What does the South Australian Government have up its sleeve? After revealing its hospital big spend, today's budget is described as a "traditional Labor budget" focused on jobs.

ABC /
Former Victorian speaker under more pressure over entitlements

Telmo Languiller says he supports moves to abolish a parliamentary entitlement that he used to take his partner to Sri Lanka and North America at taxpayers' expense.

ABC /
'Change now or risk a housing crisis among older Australians within 15 years'

The Council on the Ageing will today host a housing policy summit focusing on older Australians and the looming "significant crisis" they face.

ABC /
Melbourne tunnel works blamed for popular pub's closure

A pub popular with university students in Melbourne's CBD says it will be forced to close down, because the ...

ABC /
Rates finally paid on 'God's land', but by whom a mystery

An "anonymous source" pays the rates for Tasmanian properties owned by a family that was refusing to do so on the basis ...

ABC /
Defeat for Tasmanian Government's plan to recommence logging

The Tasmanian Government's horror week in the upper house continues, with MLCs swinging the axe on its contentious ...

ABC /
Nicole Rogerson says she was "appalled" at Pauline Hanson's comments on children with autism

Disability advocates and politicians have slammed One Nation senator Pauline Hanson's call for children with autism and ...

ABC /
ALP expels Pisasale after former mayor charged with extortion

Queensland Labor's administrative committee has decided to terminate Paul Pisasale's membership.

ABC /
Dr Shiralee Poed says all children benefit from having children with disabilities in the classroom

Disability advocates and politicians slam One Nation senator Pauline Hanson's call for children with autism and disabilities to be removed from mainstream classrooms.

ABC /
Labor's Craig Farrell fires back at Tasmanian Government

Labor's Craig Farrell blasts the Tasmanian Government, saying 'some things are above politics'

See More  
Advertisment
Advertisment
back to top