Hilarious Detail in Sydney School’s Sausage Sizzle Menu

Whether you prefer the classic “Democracy Sausage” or a sweet “Rockyroad to Recovery” treat, this Election Day sausage and cake sizzle has something for everyone. After six weeks of campaigning, today is the day that will decide whether Scott Morrison will continue his run for prime minister or be overthrown by Anthony Albanese. However, as … Read more

Opening of the polls during the Australian elections

Polling stations have opened in eastern Australia as voters decide whether Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s Conservative government will defy the odds and rule for a fourth three-year term By ROD McGUIRK Associated Press May 20, 2022, 10:15 p.m. • 3 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article CANBERRA, Australia — Polling stations opened … Read more

Leak on eve of election shows Cabinet committee blocked plan to double Pacific support | The World – ABC News (Australia)

Leak on eve of election shows Cabinet committee blocked plan to double Pacific support | The worldABC News (Australia) Liberal MPs accuse DFAT of government leaksSydney Morning Herald The National Security Committee rejected plans to double funding in the PacificSky News Australia Pacific foreign aid has become a key election issue. What do the big … Read more

Scott Morrison’s promise of change was rejected by several Q&A panelists as the Liberal senator said he would rather see Labor in power than a hung parliament

Prime Minister Scott Morrison promised to change and be less of a ‘bulldozer’ if re-elected on Saturday, but during Thursday night’s Q&A, several panelists denied that claim. Key points: Both sides’ proposed housing and economic policies have been called into question Many panelists doubted Scott Morrison could change because he said he would Liberal Senator … Read more

Scott Morrison says politicians shouldn’t get involved in passing laws because the positive face of Covid is ruled out

Scott Morrison has weighed in on an election law anomaly that could see tens of thousands of people excluded from the federal ballot. Scott Morrison said politicians should not “get involved” in election laws as more than 100,000 people risk being left out of the vote on Saturday. The Australian Electoral Commission said anyone who … Read more

‘Psychic’ crocodile named Speckles predicts Labor leader Anthony Albanese will win Saturday’s federal election

A prehistoric election expert has bitten the nation’s leaders, predicting the “winner” of Saturday’s federal election, in a very high-end way. Key points: Speckles the croc predicted Anthony Albanese will win the federal election The 4.7m reptile initially seemed undecided before making a quick decision CLP’s Tina McFarlane was picked by Speckles to take Solomon’s … Read more

Scott Morrison tackles video of junior football player, reaction

Scott Morrison accidentally flattening a junior football player has become the most controversial moment of the campaign trail. Scott Morrison accidentally provided the most memorable moment of the election campaign when he sensationally wiped out a small child while playing football in Tasmania. The Prime Minister was playing a practice game with children at the … Read more

Australian leader won’t say who could attend Tokyo summit

Australia’s leader won’t say who could represent the nation at a summit with US, Indian and Japanese leaders just three days after Saturday’s election By ROD McGUIRK Associated Press 18 May 2022, 01:58 • 3 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article CANBERRA, Australia – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison did not say … Read more

Anthony Albanese’s son Nathan with ex-wife Carmel Tebbutt is a ‘lucky charm’

A few days before the election, Anthony Albanese has revealed his “secret weapon” to become Prime Minister and the only phone call he makes every day. Anthony Albanese has said Labor is ‘competitive’ and can win elections, revealing that if elected Prime Minister he plans to leave Marrickville to live at the Lodge or Kirribilli … Read more

Prime Minister Scott Morrison admits saying ‘I don’t have a pipe, mate’ wasn’t helpful in ACA interview with Tracy Grimshaw

The Prime Minister has admitted his infamous ‘I’m not holding a pipe, mate’ justification for taking a holiday while Australia was burning ‘wasn’t helpful’ as he continues to lean into an attempt late to overhaul his character ahead of Saturday’s ballot. . Key points: Scott Morrison spoke to Tracey Grimshaw on Channel 9’s A Current … Read more