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The Morrison government has more than tripled the amount of funding it allocates to the National Australia Day Council, with most of it being spent on an ad campaign. by @georgiamareew  #auspol  #ScottMorrison  #AustraliaDay 

At Pennant Hills Community Centre for Hornsby Shire Council’s Australia Day citizenship ceremony - featuring social distancing & face masks, but despite the challenges of COVID it is great that we can come together to mark our national day.

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OPINION | Watch the National Australia Day Council’s web page and television video about the meaning of Australia Day and it’s clear political correctness dominates and the nation has lost the plot, writes Kevin Donnelly.

Sky News host Chris Kenny says he 'loves' a newly released advertisement by the National Australia Day Council which reflects how "inclusive, respectful, diverse, proud and honest," the nation is.

A Melbourne council is set to mark Australia Day with a "morning of mourning", in a bid to rescue the national day from "conflict and division". #TheProjectTV 

Australia Day celebrations in Sydney's inner west are set to be scrapped in favour of the Aboriginal festival Yabun under a council proposal aimed at a "more respectful" approach to the national holiday.

Exclusive: The National Australia Day Council and the bank reached the decision before the election | @BevanShields 

The PM has said Australia Day should remain on January 26 and has blasted a local NSW council for moving its festivities. Instead he is suggesting a new day to celebrate Indigenous Australians. Do you think we should have a new national day to celebrate Indigenous Australians?

Moreland City council has joined the campaign to dump Australia Day, voting to ban all references to our national day on January 26. #sun7 

A rogue Melbourne council who controversially banned our national day have gone one step further… They weren’t allowed to say ‘Australia Day’, instead referring to it as ‘The January 26 Public Holiday’. Are they going too far?