1. Prime Minister Scott Morrison's views on Australia Day 'selfish' and 'lightweight', Michael Dodson says  ABC News
  2. Cricket photo comes back to haunt Scott Morrison after Australia Day attack  NEWS.com.au
  3. All Australians, but especially Scott Morrison, must tell the truth about our violent history  The Guardian
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Former Australian of the Year Michael Dodson praises Cricket Australia's approach towards Australia Day while slamming the Prime Minister's comments as "selfish".Former Australian of the Year Michael Dodson praises Cricket Australia's approach towards Australia Day while slamming the Prime Minister's comments as "selfish".

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The cricket world has come out swinging after Scott Morrison sparked controversy by criticising the sport for taking a political stand on Australia Day.The cricket world has come out swinging after Scott Morrison sparked controversy by criticising the sport for taking a political stand on Australia Day.

Cricket news 2021: Steve Smith photo haunts Scott Morrison, Australia Day debate, backlash, Prime Minister slammed, BBL

The prime minister has raised the experience of those aboard the First Fleet while explaining why 26 January is a tough day for some people.The prime minister has raised the experience of those aboard the First Fleet while explaining why 26 January is a tough day for some people.

26 January wasn't 'particularly flash' for those on the First Fleet either, Scott Morrison says | SBS News

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The Australian prime minister was temporarily stuck in the small mine shaft lift at the South32 Cannington Mine in McKinlay in Queensland on Wednesday after it suffered a technical fault.The Australian prime minister was temporarily stuck in the small mine shaft lift at the South32 Cannington Mine in McKinlay in Queensland on Wednesday after it suffered a technical fault.

Scott Morrison is trapped in Queensland mine shaft lift for 10 minutes | Daily Mail Online

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Australia had been successful in avoiding a third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Australia had been successful in avoiding a third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

International arrivals cap will not be raised: Morrison | The Canberra Times | Canberra, ACT

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Australia isn't the US, and Scott Morrison isn't Donald Trump lite. The left needs to accept that if it wants to regain power.This isn't the US, and ScoMo ain't Trump lite. Attempts by progressives to paint him as such simply underscore political failings on the left.

Scott Morrison is driving progressives nuts. And it's their own fault

Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese have joined world leaders in congratulating and welcoming the arrival of US President Joe Biden, with some expressing hope of renewed global cooperation.Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese have joined world leaders in congratulating and welcoming the arrival of US President Joe Biden, with some expressing hope of renewed global cooperation.

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Jobs are being lost by government edict, especially through international border bans. International students are among those who may give up on Australia.Jobs are being lost by government edict, especially through international border bans. International students are among those who may give up on Australia.

As new rules come into force for Australians flying home from overseas, the national cabinet will be updated on the coronavirus pandemic response.As new rules come into force for Australians flying home from overseas, the national cabinet will be updated on the coronavirus pandemic response.

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Aussies plundered as ScoMo sends cheap gas to China - MacroBusiness

Hopes that the National Cabinet would lift international caps restricting Australians from flying home from overseas were dashed as current restrictions are set to remain in place until the middle …

Caps remain the same for international arrivals until 15 February | Neos Kosmos

Scott Morrison said January 26 "wasn't particularly flash" for the first fleet either, offending and disrespecting Australia's First Nations people.Up-to-date-information.

Scott Morrison's comments about the first fleet.

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Because of Morrison's opportunism and adventurism, he completely bets on the US, plunging China-Australia relations to unprecedented low ebb.Morrison and his administration should take full responsibility for the current deadlock of China-Australia relations.

Will specter of Trumpism haunt Morrison? - Global Times

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced no change will be made to the international arrivals cap following the second National Cabinet meeting on Friday. The number of international flights allowed into Australia was halved after the first National Cabinet meeting of the year in a bid to reduce the chances of international strains leaking from hotel quarantine. He said the earliest point at which a change could be seen was February 15. There are almost 40,000 Australians who are registered and desperate to come home. Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced no change will be made to the international arrivals cap following the second National Cabinet meeting on Friday. The number of international flights allowed into Australia was halved after the first National Cabinet meeting of the year in a bid to reduce the chances of international strains leaking from hotel quarantine. He said the earliest point at which a change could be seen was February 15. There are almost 40,000 Australians who are registered and desperate to come home.

Australian cricket legend Ian Chappell says “he doesn’t have a problem” with Cricket Australia dropping all Australia Day references in the lead up to January 26. There are three …

‘I don’t have a problem with it’: Cricket legend supports move to drop Australia Day references – 3AW

Australia Day is held annually on Jan. 26, the anniversary of the day in 1788 when Captain Arthur Phillip guided a fleet of 11 British ships carrying convicts into Botany Bay in what is now Sydney.Australia Day is held annually on Jan. 26, the anniversary of the day in 1788 when Captain Arthur Phillip guided a fleet of 11 British ships carrying convicts into Botany Bay in what is now Sydney.

Australian PM rebuffs Cricket Australia over Jan 26 plans | Sports News,The Indian Express

Australia Day is held annually on Jan. 26, the anniversary of the day in 1788 when Captain Arthur Phillip guided a fleet of 11 British ships carrying convicts into Botany Bay in what is now Sydney.Australia Day is held annually on Jan. 26, the anniversary of the day in 1788 when Captain Arthur Phillip guided a fleet of 11 British ships carrying convicts into Botany Bay in what is now Sydney.

Australian PM rebuffs Cricket Australia over Jan 26 plans | Sports News,The Indian Express

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says any plan to move hotel quarantine to the regions needs to have a "net benefit" for the communities affected.Prime Minister Scott Morrison says any plan to move hotel quarantine to the regions needs to have a "net benefit" for the communities affected.

The BBL's two Melbourne teams will continue to use Australia Day in their promotions'That wasn't a step we were going to make'

BBL Australia Day Melbourne Renegades Stars Scott Morrison

NSW One Nation Leader Mark Latham has defended the Prime Minister’s comments about Australia Day. Reacting to Cricket Australia’s decision to not associate the Big Bash games with Austr…

Mark Latham defends PM’s Australia Day comments amid outrage – 2GB

Three BBL clubs will wear Indigenous jerseys around the January 26 public holiday while Cricket Australia will drop the term "Australia Day" from promotionsThree BBL clubs will wear Indigenous jerseys around the January 26 public holiday while Cricket Australia will drop the term "Australia Day" from promotions

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Mel Jones says Cricket Australia will not be swayed by criticism from the federal government.Mel Jones says Cricket Australia will not be swayed by criticism from the federal government.

Cricket Australia stand firm behind January 26 recommendation

Cricket Australia will stand firm on the decision to drop the term "Australia Day", adamant they must embrace hard conversations despite criticism from Scott...Cricket Australia will stand firm on the decision to drop the term "Australia Day", adamant they must embrace hard conversations despite criticism from Scott...

Cricket Australia firm on Jan 26 stance | Western Advocate | Bathurst, NSW

US President Joe Biden has made it clear that he will restore his country's relationships with Australia and other allies, in the wake of Trump's "America First" policy.US President Joe Biden has made it clear that he will restore his country's relationships with Australia and other allies, in the wake of Trump's "America First" policy.

Australia's hopes and concerns for Biden govt. | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News

Three Big Bash clubs will wear Indigenous jerseys as Cricket Australia drops the term “Australia Day” from promotions in a bid to normalise conversations over the date’s history, but the Prime Minister is unhappy with the move. The Sydney Thunder, Perth Scorchers and Melbourne Renegades will all wear their special strips in matches on January […]Three Big Bash clubs will wear Indigenous jerseys as Cricket Australia drops the term “Australia Day” from promotions in a bid to normalise conversations over the date’s history, but the Prime Minister is unhappy with the move. The Sydney Thunder, Perth Scorchers and Melbourne Renegades will all wear their special strips in matches on January […]

CA won't mention Australia Day to promote BBL games, and the Prime Minister has had a big whinge about it

Formidable competitors on the field and solid partners off it is how PM Modi sees the relationship between India and Australia.Formidable competitors on the field and solid partners off it is how PM Modi sees the relationship between India and Australia.

Solid partners off field: Modis tweet to Australian PM after historic win | Hindustan Times

January 26 as been dubbed 'invasion day' as it marks beginning of European settlement and the dispossession of indigenous peopleJanuary 26 as been dubbed 'invasion day' as it marks beginning of European settlement and the dispossession of indigenous people

Scott Morrison hits out at Cricket Australia for scrapping Australia Day references

Cricket Australia is leading the way in promote a more culturally safe and inclusive experience after dropping ‘Australia Day’ references for three Big Bash games. Cricket Australia is leading the way in promote a more culturally safe and inclusive experience after dropping ‘Australia Day’ references for three Big Bash games.

Cricket news, Big Bash: Australia Day, January 26, Scott Morrison, Cricket Australia, Invasion day | Fox Sports

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has tagged Cricket Australia's decision to drop Australia Day references in promotion for upcoming Big Bash fixtures as "pretty ordinary".Prime Minister Scott Morrison has tagged Cricket Australia's decision to drop Australia Day references in promotion for upcoming Big Bash fixtures as

Scott Morrison brands Cricket Australia's call to drop Australia Day Big Bash references 'pretty ordinary' | Sporting News Australia