Parliamentary democracy would be ‘gone’ under Andrews’ new pandemic laws

The Andrews government’s new pandemic legislation would mean parliamentary democracy in Victoria is “gone,” according to Sky News host Alan Jones. The proposed laws would limit the power of the chief health officer and give the Premier the authority to declare a pandemic and the Health Minister the power to make public orders. Mr Jones … Read more

Khawaja adds another Shield century to push case for Ashes selection

Usman Khawaja has posted another Sheffield Shield century for Queensland, further enhancing his compelling case for a men’s Ashes recall. Key points: Khawaja scored 119 for Queensland against Tasmania He is averaging above 80 runs so far this Sheffield Shield season However, he has not played in a Test since 2019 Khawaja departed for 119 in the shadows … Read more

Albo close to tears for important reason

Labor leader Anthony Albanese has choked back tears while delivering a speech about child exploitation in Australia. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Gary Ramage CONTENT WARNING: This story contains mention of child abuse. Labor leader Anthony Albanese has choked back tears while delivering a speech about child exploitation in Australia. Mr Albanese addressed parliament on the … Read more

DFAT has ‘finally caught up’ with overseas travel problems

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has “finally caught up” with the problems relating to overseas travel as Australia continues to open up. “There’s been a problem with travel advisories telling Australians they shouldn’t travel overseas, and listing all foreign nations as places that they should not travel to,” he said. “And this has … Read more

Gladys Berejiklian told boyfriend she’d ‘throw money’ at his electorate, secret call reveals

The former Wagga Wagga MP on Thursday admitted the pair were in a relationship between 2015 and 2018, which became physically intimate. He had a key to Ms Berejiklian’s home, which he never returned, and they had contemplated marriage and discussed having a child together. “You loved her?” counsel assisting the commission Scott Robertson asked. … Read more

Scott Morrison ‘copping it at COP’ over climate policies: Clennell

Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell says Prime Minister Scott Morrison is “copping it at COP” over his environmental policies. “I think one of the interesting things here is that Boris Johnson, the UK prime minister, has called net zero by 2050 heroic but there are others criticising not only a 2030 target,” he told … Read more

x

Okinawa Flat Belly Tonic-Lose Weight Fast

The Okinawa Flat Belly Tonic is a new one of a kind weight loss “tonic” supplement. It helps men and women burn fat fast using a simple 20-second Japanese tonic.