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Today marks 103 years since our ANZACs first landed on the beaches at Gallipoli in the First World War. This Anzac Day, in the final year of the Centenary of Anzac, we also acknowledge the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Villers-Bretonneux, a crucial turning point in WW1 which brought the German offensive on the


Today’s Federal Government announcement of 12 months of GST funding, and 5 years of Indigenous Housing contribution, is a step forward. We have previously said that the two year funding model that the Turnbull Government previously proposed was never feasible. Five years of funding is an advance, but the NT Government, with a much smaller
Scullion must stop playing games with the lives of Territorians living in remote communities. This morning’s announcement about a new way of providing money for remote Indigenous housing in the Northern Territory raises more questions than it answers.  The half-baked plan provides no surety of funding for remote Indigenous housing, and still no commitment to
The politicisation of Sir John Monash’s name by the Coalition’s pro-coal ginger group is now a test of Malcolm Turnbull’s authority as leader. Last night Kevin Andrews dug his heels in and steadfastly refused to remove any reference to Sir John Monash from his new coal fantasy group. This follows the Monash family’s clear statement