The joint letter released today by unions and employers in the aviation sector once again highlights the dangers posed to this essential industry by the Morrison Government’s inaction. Australia is a big country far from much of the world – we are reliant on our aviation sector to travel for work, to visit family, and
Labor welcomes last Friday’s announcement of the Australian National Audit Office’s 2020–21 audit work program, including inquiries into the Urban Congestion Fund, the Building Better Regions Fund, and the Drought Communities Program. We know that in the lead up to the last election Scott Morrison funnelled 133 of 160 Urban Congestion Fund projects into Liberal and targeted
 I love Queensland. Just about every part of the state is the perfect place for a holiday, all the way from the family-fun of the Gold Coast to the pristine beaches, unmatched rainforests and extraordinary sea life of the far north. Once this crisis is over, my whole family can’t wait to get back up
Appearing on last night’s Four Corners, Virgin Australia chief executive Paul Scurrah revealed that there is “zero doubt” the reborn airline will fly to fewer places. This comes after the Morrison Government rejected eight letters asking for assistance from the airline, preferring to allow the airline to fall into voluntary administration rather than taking any