Angus Taylor says personal income tax has increased by a 'record' 27 per cent under Labor. Is that correct?
Shadow Treasurer Angus Taylor says personal income tax has increased by a "record" 27 per cent in the first 18 months of the Albanese government.
At the 2022 election, Labor made a promise to hire an extra 500 staff to process veterans’ claims. Fact Check has confirmed that number has been reached.
In response to questions about Prime Minister Anthony Albanese's international travel, Opposition Leader Peter Dutton said former prime minister Scott Morrison didn't travel when he was "needed" over "a period of COVID". RMIT ABC Fact Check takes a look.
We fact checked Anthony Albanese on his overseas travel compared to Scott Morrison's. Here's what we found
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says he travelled overseas less than Scott Morrison during his first 12 months in the top job. RMIT ABC Fact Check runs the numbers.
We fact checked Gina Rinehart on the size of federal taxation revenue from mining. Here's what we found
Australia's richest woman, Gina Rinehart, says the revenue from federal corporate tax paid by mining companies more than covers the cost of salaries of all of Australia's police, teachers and nurses. RMIT ABC Fact Check runs the numbers.
Anthony Albanese went to the 2022 election with a long list of promises. RMIT ABC Fact Check is tracking 64 key commitments so you can see which are being delivered, and which are off track.
This year marked a decade since fact checking became serious business in Australia, and if 2023 proved anything, it's that misinformation isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
Viral posts on social media have suggested that a new "genetic vaccine" has been added to the immunisation schedule. What do the experts say?
Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Birmingham says Labor cut $3.2 billion from the foreign aid budget in October 2022 only to put it back in in the most recent budget. Is that correct? RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.
Amid the continuing conflict in Gaza, Greens spokesman for Defence and Veterans' Affairs David Shoebridge says the government is selling "weapons, after weapons, after weapons" to Israel. RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.
The government says it has agreed to 'all 56' of the Robodebt royal commission's recommendations. So then why does the report list the number as 57?
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has been under attack from the Coalition and some sections of the media since he took office for the number of international trips he has taken. But how does he compare to other recent prime ministers?
Conservative politicians including Keith Pitt and Craig Kelly say killing koalas with blunt force trauma is part of the plan to make way for a Queensland wind farm. But there's more to the story.
Advocates for both sides of the Israel-Hamas conflict have been using out-of-context images and videos to sway public opinion of the war. Here are the most pervasive myths so far.
We fact checked Jim Chalmers on whether workers are $3,700 better off under Labor. Here's what we found
Treasurer Jim Chalmers says the average full-time worker is $3,700 a year better off under Labor. Is that correct? RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.
In a speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference, No campaigner Jacinta Nampijinpa Price said the gap in outcomes between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people was "more about place than race". Is that correct?
Fact check: Is Australia is the only first world nation with a colonial history that doesn't recognise its first people in its constitution?
Opposition spokeswoman for Indigenous Australians, Linda Burney, says Australia's constitution is the only constitution of a first world nation with a colonial history that doesn't recognise its first people. RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.