Prime Minister Scott Morrison admits it wasn’t helpful to say ‘I ain’t holding a snake, mate’ in ACA interview with Tracy Grimshaw

The Prime Minister has acknowledged that his infamous “I’m not holding a snake, mate” justification for taking a holiday while Australia burned “wasn’t helpful”, as he continues to lean on a belated attempt to rearrange his character ahead of the poll. Saturday . Most important points: Scott Morrison spoke to Tracey Grimshaw on Channel 9’s … Read more

Election 2022: Leigh Sales’s cheeky 7:30pm question refused to answer

Scott Morrison eventually agreed to a roster by ABC’s Leigh Sales last election week, but there was one question he said he wouldn’t think about. Scott Morrison and Leigh Sales finally went head-to-head at 07:30, with only a few days left before the election is over. The ABC presenter criticized the Prime Minister over the … Read more

Natalie Barr, Ally Langdon Explode At Scott Morrison, Barnaby Joyce

With days to go before the federal election, breakfast television hosts have attacked the prime minister and other high-ranking politicians. A fiery morning of breakfast television has brought MPs under the grill and left presenters shaking their heads as leaders from across the political spectrum perform. The prime minister came under fire from Today presenter … Read more

Andrew Symond’s death: the cricket star’s hilarious last text message revealed

Andrew Symonds’ last text message before his fatal car accident was revealed proves that his trademark sense of humor has never faded. Andrew Symonds’ latest text message before his fatal car accident has been revealed, proving that the Australian cricketer’s signature sense of humor has never faded. The 46-year-old was involved in a car accident … Read more

Andrew Symond’s death: the cricket star’s hilarious last text message revealed

Andrew Symonds’ last text message before his fatal car accident was revealed proves that his trademark sense of humor has never faded. Andrew Symonds’ latest text message before his fatal car accident has been revealed, proving that the Australian cricketer’s signature sense of humor has never faded. The 46-year-old was involved in a car accident … Read more

2022 Federal Election: Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s $300,000 Baby Boomer Downsize Plan

In a last-ditch effort to win a few more votes before the federal election, Prime Minister Scott Morrison will unveil a gigantic plan for empty nesters. Empty nesters as young as 55 will be encouraged to downsize their homes and put the money into retirement under the prime minister’s latest policy talk to voters. Scott … Read more

Liberal Party calls for AEC inquiry into Andrew Charlton, Labor candidate for Parramatta

The Liberal Party will ask the Australian Election Commission to investigate an alleged election violation by Anthony Albanese’s captain for a Sydney seat. Most important points: Andrew Charlton has reportedly broken electoral laws by giving an incorrect address to the Australian Election Commission Charlton is accused of giving up his wife’s Woollahra home as his … Read more

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern tests positive for Covid

The Prime Minister has tested positive for Covid as her government prepares for a very important week. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has tested positive for Covid-19 and must be in isolation for another week. Ms Ardern – who has been fully vaccinated – sent back a “weak positive” test Friday night. But when … Read more

Scott Morrison as Prime Minister admits Covid-19 vaccine error

Scott Morrison has revealed what he believes to be one of his big mistakes during his time as prime minister, a day after admitting he needs to “change”. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has revealed what he believes was one of his biggest mistakes in the past three years as he enters the final week of … Read more

Scott Morrison has made a horrific election bet, and his moderate liberals, like his deputy Josh Frydenberg, who are on the brink of losing

The image of what we’re being told as “promotional models”, who work like human billboards and beg voters in the more affluent parts of Melbourne to vote for the federal treasurer next Saturday, should probably disappear as the defining symbol of the 2022 election campaign. . After all, the economy is said to be the … Read more