Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has met with Rupert Murdoch’s right-hand man, News Corp CEO Robert Thomson, for a private dinner in New York.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has jetted into John F. Kennedy airport amid a furore and continued tensions over Australia’s decision to tear up a $90 billion submarine deal with France.
If Porter sticks to his guns and runs again, one group of quiet Australians will seal his fate.
Lanai ScarrFederal Political Editor
Mr Morrison will meet with US President Joe Biden tomorrow in New York for his first one-on-one meeting with the leader.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison leaves for the US today and will meet President Joe Biden for their first one-on-one meeting in New York rather than the White House.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirmed Mr Porter had tendered his resignation this afternoon following revelations mystery donors paid for his legal fees in a lawsuit against the ABC.
Scott Morrison needs to make the relationship with Joe Biden work despite their political stripes.
Chinese mouthpiece the Global Times has penned a strongly-worded editorial against Australia’s historic deal with the US and UK, warning Aussie military lives will be wasted in the South China Sea.
Mark McGowan has slammed the Federal Government decision to keep the lucrative full-cycle docking of the Royal Australian Navy’s Collins Class submarines in South Australia.
In a potential blunder invoking the time German Chancellor Angela Merkel had a cheat sheet with Scott Morrison’s photo on it, President Biden appeared to stumble over Mr Morrison’s name.
Australia will commission at least eight nuclear-powered submarines under the largest defence alliance in decades in an effort to bolster defences in the Indo-Pacific region as China’s power grows.
Western Australia will miss out on the lucrative full-cycle docking of the Navy’s Collins Class submarines. Prime Minister Scott Morrison this morning announced full cycle docking would remain in SA.
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