Morrison doesn’t care that he’s easily lumped with Trump and Johnson, which suggests he thinks this will play well with those 'quiet Australians' he summons at every turn.
The government isn't being forthcoming about what lies ahead, but there are already plenty of weird twists and turns to reflect on.
How would you feel if the Reserve Bank threw open the window and starting dumping cash on the street? It might be their only option if interest rate cuts can't boost the Australian economy.
Scott Morrison has arrived back from the US with a fresh headache after rumours surfaced that he tried to get controversial Hillsong Church leader Brian Houston on his state dinner invite list.
New research shows that the number of people "very concerned" about climate change remains stuck at 40%. Is our lack of faith and trust in government to blame?
These two make for a seriously weird pair in politics right now — and they have more power than ever before.
Albanese is schmoozing the big end of town while Morrison has sent one of his advisers to lecture businesses on corporate responsibility. What is happening on Capital Hill?
Brexit: The Uncivil War feels like a mud map for the Coalition’s campaign against Australian Labor in May this year.