30th Prime Minister of Australia
The Prime Minister has spent the day defending his government's Super Home Buyer scheme with economists, Industry Super and the Opposition warning it would push up housing prices. His Superannuation Minister Jane Hume today conceded the policy would temporarily inflate the market. The policy, announced at the Coalition's campaign launch in Brisbane, would allow first-home buyers to access up to 40 per cent of their super, capped at $50,000. Guest: Michael Sukkar, Housing Minister
With only a week to go until election day, the Coalition has officially launched its election campaign. - Централниот дел на предизборната кампања на Либералната партија во Бризбејн беше откривањето на политиката што ќе им овозможи на првите купувачи на дом да искористат до 40 отсто од нивниот пензиски фонд - најмногу до 50.000 долари - за купување имот.
The Prime Minister used the weekend's Coalition campaign launch to unveil two new housing policies. They're geared at people on opposite ends of the spectrum - those wanting to enter the property market for the first time, and older Australians looking to downsize.
An Albanese Government would invest almost $1 billion in Medicare to improve access to GP's and boost treatment options. Shadow Health Minister Mark Butler rejects Coalition claims it's a political slush fund, saying the money would be spent on a plan that the Morrison Government announced in 2019, but has so far failed to fund.
The super homebuyer scheme was the centrepiece of the Liberal Party's official campaign launch, so is it going to be a game-changer? The Chief Political Correspondent for The Conversation Michelle Grattan joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.
Industry super funds have condemned the government's plan to allow first home owners to access their superannuation to buy a home. Former Labor Minister Greg Combet is the Chair of Industry Super Australia and he rejects the scheme, saying superannuation should remain for retirement income.
Superannuation Minister Jane Hume says the super home-buyer scheme will see a “bump” in the house prices at least in the short term. But taking a longer view, she says it's a win-win, as it will generate a better quality of living during a person's working life and in retirement.
The Coalition is trailing Labor in the opinion polls, with the Prime Minister pivoting and pitching to younger voters on the issue of housing affordability With just five days to go until polling day, two election analysts give their verdicts on the latest state of play.
In this bulletin: Prime Minister Scott Morrison to announce a housing and superannuation policy. Russian President Vladimir Putin warns that Finland joining NATO would be a mistake. Ukraine has won this year's Eurovision Song Contest. Liverpool has won the FA Cup. - 15 травня 2022-го року. Бюлетень SBS новин українською мовою.
Australia's 30th prime minister says his government deserves another term in office because it has a strong economic plan which has delivered a strong economy. Scott Morrison started his parliamentary career in 2007; became prime minister in 2018; and led the Coalition to victory in the 2019 federal election. - Աւստրալիոյ 30րդ վարչապետը կ'ըսէ որ իր կառավարութիւնը արժանի է վերընտրուելու որովհետեւ զօրաւոր տնտեսական ծրագիր ունի որ զօրաւոր տնտեսութիւն բերաւ: Սքոթ Մորիսըն, իր խորհրդարանական ասպարէզը սկսաւ 2007-ին, վարչապետ դարձաւ 2018-ին և համախոհները յաղթանակի առաջնորդեց 2019-ի դաշնային ընտրութիւններուն:
With just one week until polling day, the Prime Minister has admitted he'll change his approach to governing if the Coalition wins another term, after being attacked on his character from within and outside his party. Growing tensions in the Indo-Pacific have featured heavily throughout the campaign, and now the government has revealed a Chinese spy ship has been sailing in Australia's exclusive economic zone off the West Australian Coast. - Лише за тиждень до дня голосування прем'єр-міністр визнав, що змінить свій підхід до правління, якщо Коаліція виграє ще один термін, після того, як він зазнає нападу на його особистість зсередини та за межами своєї партії.Зростаюча напруженість в Індо-Тихоокеанському регіоні значною мірою відзначалася протягом кампанії, і тепер уряд повідомив, що китайський шпигунський корабель плавав у виключній економічній зоні Австралії біля західного узбережжя Австралії.
Much of the federal election coverage has been focused on the contest between Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese. But who's winning the fight for the Senate? And what could different results mean for Australians?
Pour la première fois en Australie, le sexisme est un enjeu de la campagne politique. Lassées de l'inaction du gouvernement face aux agressions sexuelles et aux discriminations, les électrices se détournent des conservateurs et pourraient faire changer la majorité. Plusieurs affaires de viols ont été révélées, notamment dans le secteur minier et au Parlement. La mobilisation contre ces scandales pourrait coûter son poste au très conservateur Premier ministre, Scott Morrison.
With just one week until polling day, the Prime Minister has admitted he'll change his approach to governing if the Coalition wins another term, after being attacked on his character from within and outside his party.
Is it too late for Scott Morrison to re-invent himself at this stage of the election campaign? Our guests discuss the news events of the week and their aspirations for the Australian electoral system. Cheryl Kernot, former leader of the Australian Democrats, then Labor member for Dixon and Adam Carell, Partner in EY Climate Change & Sustainability Services at Earnst & Young
Hai ứng cử viên Scott Morrison và Anthony Albanese đã đối đầu trong cuộc tranh luận trên truyền hình lần thứ ba và cũng là lần cuối cùng, vào đêm thứ Tư vừa qua, trên Đài Số 7, mười ngày trước cuộc bầu cử liên bang 21/5. Đây là lần tranh luận thể hiện toàn bộ các quan điểm tranh cử chủ chốt của hai phe trong 5 tuần qua. Những điểm thú vị trong lần trình diễn này của hai lãnh đạo đảng, và theo đánh giá của nhà bình luận SBS Việt ngữ, sẽ chấm điểm hai ứng cử viên như thế nào?
Political advertisements are becoming more targeted in the online age, but their ability to persuade voters can still vary. Senior reporter Tory Shepherd joins Jane Lee to discuss the various political ads of the 2022 federal election campaign
Slappin' Glass sits down with the Head Coach of the Perth Wildcats, Scott Morrison. Coach Morrison has had a successful career thus far at the college, G-League, and as NBA level as an assistant under Brad Stevens and shares his thoughts on a variety of subjects including teaching all types of cutting, as well as shot selection, shot creation, dives into "blood boiling" mistakes and undervalued offensive actions during the always fun "Start, Sub, or Sit?!".Join NBA, Euroleague, Collegiate, International, and all levels of amateur basketball coaches who're taking advantage of SG Plus! Find out much more about a platform coaches are calling "essential" and "a must for high level coaches everywhere" HERE.
Scott Morrison tells Hughesy, Ed & Erin why he deserves our vote. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With just over a week until the election Scott Morrison will officially launch his campaign this weekend, it comes as controversial candidate for Warringah, Katherine Deves remains in headlines. The Political Editor for news.com.au Samantha Maiden and the host of Insiders on ABC TV David Speers join RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.
As we round the corner into the final week of the federal election campaign the focus has shifted to wages, with polls this week suggesting that Labor is in a strong position to form government. Minister for Families and Social Services Anne Ruston and Shadow Minister for Education and Women Tanya Plibersek, joined the program to discuss the week in review.
Chỉ còn 10 ngày nữa là đến trước ngày bầu cử, Liên minh cũng đang cạnh tranh ráo riết với các ứng cử viên độc lập được Climate 200 hậu thuẫn, trong bối cảnh các ghế quan trọng trong nội thành đang bị đe dọa. Tối hôm qua hai nhà lãnh đạo đã tranh luận lần cuối trên truyền hình, mà theo các quan sát viên thủ lãnh Lao Động Anthony Albanese lại qua mặt thủ tướng Scott Morrison.
Australians will be casting their votes in just over a week, and if the opinion polls are to be believed, the Morrison government could be headed for a loss. There are many independent candidates, including the so-called 'teal independents', who are contesting some government held seats. The so-called teal candidates are a loose grouping of individuals who don't belong to a political party, but do share a common interest in wanting more action on climate change and political integrity. Antony Green, the ABC's election analyst, explains the challenges facing Scott Morrison's government this election.
In the final days of the federal election campaign, ABC chief elections analyst Antony Green tells Fran Kelly and Patricia Karvelas whether Labor can win without picking up any seats in Queensland, while Sabra Lane weighs in on whether Anthony Albanese's wages pledge is helping or hurting his campaign. PK and Fran have views to share on that too! Also on the party agenda, how long will we be waiting on election night?
The YouGov poll has Labor on course for a win next Saturday and wages continue to be the hot button election issue. The Political Editor for Guardian Australia Katharine Murphy joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.
Shadow Finance Minister Katy Gallagher says no-one should be surprised that Labor is backing an increase in the minimum wage, in line with the inflation rate. She says the Morrison Government has presided over 10 years of stagnant wages growth and is now trying to mount a scare campaign against Australia's poorest paid workers receiving just $1 extra an hour.
A nationwide YouGov MRP poll points to a majority Labor government after next week's election. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg, who faces losing his blue ribbon seat of Kooyong, says he's still confident the so called Quiet Australians will re-elect the Coalition, but the result will be close
Sarah Collard reports on her week on the campaign bus with Scott Morrison and the issues that Indigenous Australians would have liked to see on the front pages. She also profiles some of the Indigenous candidates that are running this election across the nation and the political divide.
On May 21st, Australia will decide its government for the next four years. The Liberal-National Coalition, led by Scott Morrison, seeks to retain a three-seat majority over Australian Labor Party challenger Anthony Albanese. R1 News speaks to Australians both resident and overseas to understand what issues and concerns voters consider important as the federal election approaches. Tune into R1 News weekdays at 11am or catch up at https://www.r1.co.nz/news or https://instagram.com/r1newsnz
The PM calls the opposition leader a ‘loose unit' for supporting a rise in the minimum wage. Anthony Albanese responds that Scott Morrison is ‘loose with the truth'. Paul Karp talks to Jane Lee about what this all means for wages and the campaign
As well as her interviews with politicians and experts, Politics with Michelle Grattan includes “Word from The Hill”, where she discusses the news with members of The Conversation politics team. In this podcast Michelle and politics + society editor Amanda Dunn canvass how the interest rate rise has played against the government, Scott Morrison defending Katherine Deves (again), the major parties' keeping the climate change issue low key, “gotcha” questions, and the coming Liberal launch.
Australia's election campaign is in full swing, with early voting already underway. Kathryn speaks with pollster Stephen Mills from Talbot Mills about the issues defining the campaign and what the polls are saying. [image_crop:141782:full]
Employment Minister Stuart Robert says Labor Leader Anthony Albanese's support for a rise in the minimum wage to match the 5.1% inflation rate was made up on the fly, without any economic analysis of the consequences for the CPI and interest rates. He says workers have already received cost of living help through one off measures outlined in the federal budget.
Health experts have reacted with dismay after the Prime Minister's hand-picked candidate for the federal seat of Warringah backed away from an apology over her comments about transgender people. Scott Morrison has continued to support would-be MP Katherine Deves after she described transgender people as "surgically mutilated".
Craig and Andrew are hosting the show today, so we apologise for a temporary increase in quality. Craig meticulously unpacks how to say Anthony Albanese's name, and pitches his new reform to the Australian electoral system. Meanwhile Andrew has found out Scott Morrison has a deadly new allergy, and also shares his favourite and fastest candidate's debate. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Fifty years on, the 1972 Summit Series between Canada and the then-Soviet Union remains the most famous international hockey series ever played. In "1972: The Series That Changed Forever," Hockey Hall of Fame-honoured writer Scott Morrison draws a complete narrative of that classic confrontation a half-century ago. What started out with good intentions between the sports' reigning world power and a country that wanted to show that it was the best, when it chose to ice the best, became so much more in real time that September. The final result was as close as it gets, and for the Canadian and Soviet stars whom Morrison has come to know, it has bonded them uniquely over time. It is a series that Canada won and where hockey won. One side showed it could play with the NHL superstars, the other went to extraordinary lengths to assert their skill and will, and in turn, this Cold War on ice created a legacy they celebrate together.
Is Anthony Albanese doing enough to win over doubters? And what does an influx of early voting tell us about this election? David Crowe joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.
The fifth week of the campaign kicked off with the second debate between Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese. Katharine Murphy tells Jane Lee that beyond the noisy clashes, there were strategies designed to capture as many prepoll voters as possible
Last night Prime Minister Scott Morrison and opposition leader Anthony Albanese clashed very energetically during the second leaders' debate. With just two weeks to go in the election campaign, it's clear both men feel they are fighting for their political lives. Today on Please Explain, Tory Maguire is joined by chief political correspondent David Crowe, who was on the panel of the great debate, as well as Sydney Morning Herald editor Bevan Shields and The Age editor Gay Alcorn to discuss the last two weeks of the campaign. Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Jay Calvert chats with hockey journalist & author Scott Morrison about his brand new book "1972: The Series That Changed Hockey Forever" - all about the 1972 Canada-Soviet Union Summit Series! Dr. Calvert & Scott deep dive into the perhaps the greatest series in the history of hockey, and lasting effect it's had on the game we love. The guys also discuss the hot start to this year's playoffs, the playoff format debate, & his thoughts on the Leafs-Lightning series. Follow him on Twitter @SMorrisonMedia. Scott Morrison has provided cogent and colourful hockey analysis since his start in 1979, covering the Maple Leafs and NHL for the Toronto Sun. Having reported and provided analysis for Sportsnet, Hockey Night in Canada, and CBC Television and Radio, while making regular appearances across the sports-radio dial, he brings a trusted and measured voice to the hockey-media landscape, twice serving as president of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association. He has written numerous books, including 100 Years, 100 Moments: A Centennial of NHL Hockey, and Catch 22: My Battles, in Hockey and Life with Rick Vaive. In 2006, he received the Hockey Hall of Fame's Elmer Ferguson Memorial Award.