Amanda Rishworth reveals why she wants the Federal Government to deliver a youth recovery strategy which gets young people through the pandemic and secures their long term futures.
At last, it feels like we might actually have something that resembles a contest at the State election in four months, writes Peter Law.
Peter LawState Political Editor
Ben Wyatt’s resignation from Parliament will leave a number of big holes to fill — here’s why the role of Aboriginal affairs minister must be filled by an Indigenous person again.
By any measure, the task facing the WA Liberal Party as it attempts to rebuild itself into an effective and relevant Opposition is Herculean. Appointing Zak Kirkup as leader is a good start.
Now that Biden has all but assumed the presidency, you’d think the left would be happy. Instead, they are determined to destroy anyone associated with Trump, writes Miranda Devine.
With the ICAC report into the Daryl Maguire affair still hanging over her, Gladys Berejiklian breaking her own government’s COVID rules is a bad mistake, writes Anna Caldwell.
The entire world is watching as Sydney brings back musical theatre, leading the city to an arts-driven recovery other cities can only dream about, writes Johnny Oleksinski.
The first recorded use of the term Black Friday should give shoppers a moment to pause.
Meilin ChewFinance News Presenter
All school leavers should enjoy the next few days and let their hair down before embarking on the next stage of their lives.
The left’s comic book view of America as a nation torn apart by Trump and crushed by COVID doesn’t stand up to scrutiny, writes James Morrow.
If Anthony Albanese wants to hold the leadership, he needs to act swiftly and decisively on the climate issue that is tearing his party apart — or face another term in Opposition.
Lanai ScarrFederal Political Editor
Click here to see the latest Mark Knight cartoons that have appeared in the Herald Sun and Sunday Herald Sun.
A visitor from Spain last week blamed pizza for his coronavirus diagnosis, which turned out not to be true — but his claim still shut down South Australia for days, writes Tim Blair.
People in supermarkets, planes and in many other places are not being COVID safe, so why is the restaurant industry singled out, asks Luke Mangan.
When the mere consideration of a booze ban in Bali causes us to lose our collective minds, Aussies need to have a hard look at our drinking culture, says Nat Locke.
Barring a disaster for McGowan, the Liberals can’t win the election, but new leadership gives them a chance to save the furniture — and that’s a good for democracy, writes Peter Law.
IT is bewildering that the NT government has not, as a matter of emergency, crafted a comprehensive plan for the Territory’s electricity network.
Before he was ‘Mr 91 per cent’, now Premier Mark McGowan was a long-term Opposition Leader. And it was hard going for most of those years.
WHEN talking about child crime we need to think about our wider goals for community safety: do we just want an absence of crime, or to see communities that keep all people safe and healthy?, writes Acting Children’s Commissioner SALLY SIEVERS.
SALLY SIEVERS, Opinion
You’d think it would be pretty simple to book a holiday — but power-hungry Premiers are making it harder. Sophie Elsworth explains why.
Ben Wyatt’s imprint on WA politics will not be as a former Treasurer or a man once touted as a future Premier, but the example he has set the Indigenous children of this State, writes Joe Spagnolo.
The gulf between true political leadership and mediocrity has been exposed by the COVID-19 crisis and the report card is not pretty. It’s time for a referendum to hand greater power to the Commonwealth, writes Peter Gleeson.
From Parliament House to The White House, lies have been getting our pollies in a pickle — or in Rudy Giuliani’s case, a sweat — but the most shocking fib of all came from an unlikely source.
While some of our military personnel may turn out to have had deep flaws as well as great courage, we should never doubt that there were heroes in Afghanistan, writes Peta Credlin.
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