POLL: Who's getting your vote to become the next Page MP?

POLL: Who's getting your vote to become the next Page MP?

It's almost election time, who's got your vote?

The Power Four: Shorten’s inner circle

The Power Four: Shorten’s inner circle

They’re faces most voters will recognise.

Can Clive’s money really buy him an election win?

premium_icon Can Clive’s money really buy him an election win?

It’s time we start paying attention to Clive Palmer.

 
PM ‘close to deal with Palmer’

premium_icon PM ‘close to deal with Palmer’

Scott Morrison is reportedly on the verge of striking a preference deal with Clive Palmer that could help the billionaire nab a Senate seat.

Campaign for Biloela family's release heats up amid election

premium_icon Campaign for Biloela family's release heats up amid election

SUPPORTERS of a detained Biloela family say they are increasing political pressure for their release ahead of the federal election.

Casuals to get new right to permanent jobs

premium_icon Casuals to get new right to permanent jobs

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten will today vow to legislate a right for casual workers to request permanent work in a bid to improve job security,

Shorten coal stance could burn Labor seats

premium_icon Shorten coal stance could burn Labor seats

Bill Shorten is refusing to sign a union pledge in support of coal mining that several of his candidates in must-win Queensland seats have lent their names to.

Pauline Hanson denies link between humans and climate change

Pauline Hanson denies link between humans and climate change

PAULINE Hanson has used dinosaurs dying out as proof humans haven’t impacted climate change during a bizarre interview.

Don't be a donkey, vote this election for people who can't

premium_icon Don't be a donkey, vote this election for people who can't

A downside to this free, safe and prosperous Australia of opportunity is the complacency it can breed among voters.

Local worker shortage means mines must recruit elsewhere

premium_icon Local worker shortage means mines must recruit elsewhere

PROMISED mining jobs may need to go elsewhere as numbers show there is a shortage of locals who can step up.

'You shouldn't have to choose parents': Visa change coming

premium_icon 'You shouldn't have to choose parents': Visa change coming

As revealed in the QT's Future Ipswich campaign, strong migration from Asia is leading the growth in the region.

ALP tourism policy reaches for the sky

premium_icon ALP tourism policy reaches for the sky

LABOR has leapt ahead of the Coalition in the tourism funding stakes with a $250 million election announcement to reel in visitors from Australia and abroad.

‘Gutless grubs’: Fury over PM's photo

‘Gutless grubs’: Fury over PM's photo

This photo, taken at church, was supposed to show Scott Morrison’s spiritual side. Instead it sparked a reaction that left him fuming.