PALASZCZUK VS TURNBULL: IT'S PERSONAL - Herald Sun (blog)

Queensland Premier Anastasia Palaszczuk has savaged Malcolm Turnbull, who posted a long and wounded response on Facebook to this damaging attack. Palaszczuk is angry that Turnbull didn't contact her when he flew into Brisbane to announce his ...

Turnbull, Palaszczuk in war of words - The Australian

Senior Coalition ministers have hit back at Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and labelled her as “do nothing” after she accused Malcolm Turnbull of being a worse prime minister than Tony Abbott. The comments come as Ms Palaszczuk met Mr ...

Queensland Premier admits: 'I'm at breaking point with Malcolm Turnbull' - NEWS.com.au

RELATIONS between the Prime Minister and the Queensland Premier have hit rock bottom as the pair prepare to cross paths in Townsville after a bitter and very public slanging match. The war of words was sparked when Annastacia Palaszczuk branded Mr ...

Angry Turnbull writes scathing response to state Premier - Starts at 60

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has hit back at Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk after she branded him “worse than Tony Abbott” in an interview yesterday. Turnbull slammed the premier in a post on his Facebook page, writing it was “hard to ...

Turnbull govt in trouble in Qld, new poll - SBS

Federal Labor has increased its primary vote in Queensland which could threaten the Turnbull government's hold on power at the next election. Source: AAP. 1 May 2017 - 5:06 AM UPDATED 1 HOUR AGO ...

Palaszczuk, Turnbull row: Gas pipeline nod fuels bitter war of words - The Australian

The Queensland government has approved a licence for a critical pipeline linking the resource-rich Bowen Basin and the east-coast gas market, as a bitter stoush broke out between Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Malcolm Turnbull over gas policy.

Labor leads in Queensland after Debbie - Sky News Australia

Cyclone Debbie has blown hope into Labor's flagging election fortunes with Queenslanders endorsing Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk's performance during the disaster. A new Galaxy poll reveals Labor's support has leapfrogged the Liberal Nationals and ...

Turnbull now makes even Shorten look good - dailytelegraph.com.au

LATE in 2015, some weeks after Malcolm Turnbull's successful coup against Prime Minister Tony Abbott, I found myself in conversation with a senior Liberal MP. It was a casual, private chat. We skated over a few topics before the MP offered an unbidden ...

PM needs to look north to find way - Courier Mail

TO SAY that Malcolm Turnbull's Government is struggling is probably an understatement. Poll after opinion poll has shown the Coalition trailing Labor badly at a federal level, and the Prime Minister's own personal standing with voters is at a low ebb.

One Nation votes not won over by PM - Courier Mail

MALCOLM Turnbull's political play to woo One Nation voters with tough new citizenship and overseas worker restrictions has failed to translate into votes for the beleaguered Prime Minister. More than half of One Nation voters reveal, in today's Galaxy ...

'We're OPEN, not shut,' says Premier - Courier Mail

PREMIER Annastacia Palaszczuk has denied she is running one of the most secretive governments in recent times. That is despite last week redacting vast chunks of the independent review into youth detention and refusing to release the report into the ...

Dutton in doubt after new poll - Courier Mail

QUEENSLANDERS would purge at least seven Federal Coalition MPs from office – including senior Cabinet minister Peter Dutton – to deliver Bill Shorten a decisive and devastating election win, a shock new poll reveals. For the first time since the 2016 ...

'Worse than Abbott': PM fires back after 'bitter, personal' tirade - The New Daily

Relations between Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull have hit a new low with each side hurling insults on Sunday. In a fierce outburst sparked by frustrations over the federal government's response to Cyclone ...

PM calls out Palaszczuk comments as 'bitter' - Sky News Australia

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says Malcolm Turnbull is arrogant and disrespectful, with relations between the two at an all-time low. 'I now believe Malcolm Turnbull is worse than Tony Abbott,' she told The Sunday Mail. 'When Tony Abbott was ...

Hydro power station plans west of Mackay - Mackay Daily Mercury

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced plans to investigate hydro-electricity for Burdekin Falls Dam. DAN PELED. Popular Stories. Coral Sea set to fire up again with possible cyclone · 'Can you hear me' phone scam sparks warning · Boat ...

Malcolm Turnbull hits back at spray by Annastacia Palaszczuk - The Australian

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has hit back at Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk's stinging criticism of him, labelling her comments a “bitter, personal and wildly inaccurate” attack. Palaszczuk: “All we've seen lately is a fly-in, fly-out ...

PM must engage with Queenslanders - Courier Mail

AT THE end of John Howard's reign in 2007, the then prime minister could have stood on a street corner and offered every Australian a new home if they voted again for a Coalition government. The problem was, voters were not listening to Howard any more.

QLD Premier Absolutely Roasts Malcolm Turnbull, Says He's "Worse Than Tony Abbott" - BuzzFeed News

Queensland premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has branded Malcolm Turnbull a "gutless, arrogant and disrespectful" prime minister who is "worse than Tony Abbott". Share On facebook Share · Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin · Share On email; Share ...

Malcolm Turnbull hits back at Palaszczuk after 'bitter, personal attack' - The Guardian

Annastacia Palaszczuk described Malcolm Turnbull as 'a fly-in, fly-out prime minister who is espousing thought bubbles without any deep policy conversation'. Composite: Money Sharma/Dan Peled/AFP/Getty/AAP. Annastacia Palaszczuk ...

Turnbull's ministry catches the flak as PM botches gas - The Australian

The capacity of our Prime Minister to turn triumph into tragedy is on display far too often. It is hard to imagine how putting downward pressure on gas prices could be turned into a negative but Malcolm Turnbull is the champion of the political cock-up.