Scott Morrison has attempted to play down fears over his super-for-housing scheme.
Josh Frydenberg claims government plans helped drive tens of billions of dollars in investment in the sector.
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Long-running but false claims that David Littleproud spent $22,000 of taxpayers' money on a 84km trip have resurfaced.
A post claims proposed amendments would give the UN health agency power over governments to impose lockdowns.
An Australian man's TikTok video claims jars of the famous confectionary spread conceal a secret implement.
The PM's earnings as an MP and minister have been put in the spotlight amid an election focus on low wage growth.
The Greens leader makes the assertion while pointing to the coalition and Labor's support of tax system changes.
It's said that nothing is certain in life except death and taxes but a meme's lengthy list of Australian taxes is filled with uncertainty.
A Liberal MP's attack on Zali Steggall's proposed bill glosses over some important details.
'Teal' independent Monique Ryan made the claim during a televised debate with local rival Treasurer Josh Frydenberg.
A low battery level causes a dangerously high spike in radiation emitted from the device, a post claims.
The viral social media claim has spread beyond Australia and even reached parts of Europe.
A social media post says military equestrian statues contain secret signals to explain the rider's fate in battle.
A politician has argued official death statistics prove COVID jabs have killed 'thousands' of Australians.
Anti-vaccine activists claim pharmaceutical companies control the UN health agency.
Pauline Hanson's party points to data from Nobbys Signal Station as purported evidence.
Federal MP Bob Katter believes Australia's coal-burning energy plants can go green by storing all their carbon emissions in algae ponds.
Scott Morrison's comparison with Labor's record fails to account for all the data.
A social media post claims some common phrases have macabre origins but experts say they are a creative interpretation.
Nationals senator Matt Canavan - a critic of his own party's emissions policy - made the claim in a widely reported interview.