Australian government slips further behind Labor - Newspoll

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison's Liberal-National Coalition has lost more ground to the front-running Labor Party opposition months before an election, with most gains since he became leader in August erased, a poll showed on Monday. Labor is now ahead of the Coalition 55 percent to 45

And for the first time since the 1999 republic referendum, those opposed to a republic outnumber those in favour of it.

The Prime Minister admits he has a big mountain to climb but says there's a long way to go.

Senate apologises to child sexual assault victims; Dutton signals possible migration changes; and Coalition takes another hit in the polls. All the day’s events, live

'Mountain to climb': Coalition well behind Labor in latest poll

Labor is well ahead in the latest Newspoll, as Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he has a "very steep" mountain to climb.

Scott Morrison vows to be himself after Newspoll slump

The coalition’s primary vote has sunk yet again.

Morrison, Coalition plunge in poll

It’s not looking good for Scott Morrison and the Coalition as the embattled PM’s approval ratings take another hit.

Monday: Australia’s largest food charity in crisis after Coalition cuts its funding almost in half. Plus: Labor takes 10-point lead in Newspoll

Horror Newspoll proves Turnbull right | The New Daily

Malcolm Turnbull has accused his colleagues of “blowing up the government” and last night’s Newspoll certainly supports his general thesis.