politics

Wed 20 Feb 2019

Hole in nation’s cyber security exposed

premium_icon Hole in nation’s cyber security exposed

EXCLUSIVE: Forget Chinese hackers. The Daily Telegraph has discovered an unsecured pit on a main road of Canberra, a few hundred metres from Capital Hill.

Beijing threat follows cyber hacking accusations

premium_icon Beijing threat follows cyber hacking accusations

Relentless cyber attacks on Australia dramatically decrease during Chinese national holidays, it can be revealed.

$1.5b disaster bill may lead to more borrowing

premium_icon $1.5b disaster bill may lead to more borrowing

Treasurer Jackie Trad has not ruled out borrowing more to cover the estimated $1.5 billion cost of Queensland’s summer of disasters.

Tue 19 Feb 2019

Beers makes Adani mine stance clear amid union threats

premium_icon Beers makes Adani mine stance clear amid union threats

ZAC Beers has made his stance on for Adani's coal mine clear after a union threatened to campaign against Labor candidates who did not back the coal industry.

'Housing tax': Phrase you will be hearing as election looms

'Housing tax': Phrase you will be hearing as election looms

AN issue that plagued the government for years has been turned on its head amid claims “everyone who rents a house” will have to pay more.

Resources minister distances himself from brother’s mine buy

premium_icon Resources minister distances himself from brother’s mine buy

Resources Minister Matt Canavan has distanced himself from his brother’s multimillion-dollar acquisition of a Central Queensland coalmine last week.

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