While You Were Working: Tuesday 21 June, 2016
Take a moment for yourself and catch up on the news of the day.
Watch Malcolm Turnbull's answers from Q&A
Missed Malcolm Turnbull's Q&A appearance? Here are all the questions and answers you need.
Not-so-'fake tradie' identified as unions strike back
As the identity of the not-so-fake "fake tradie" who starred in a widely-maligned government election ad is revealed, Australia's most powerful union has hit back with an ad campaign of its own.
CFMEU boss John Setka issued the "real tradies" ad via Twitter overnight, noting that Malcolm Turnbull "left something out of his dodgy ad".
The counterpunch features genuine tradespeople holding up placards scrawled with a blunt message for the prime minister: "Your #faketradie ad is terrible".
Read more: 9News.
Today is World Refugee Day
People around the world are remembering refugees today, via the hashtag #WorldRefugeeDay.
All four gun control bills fail on Senate floor
The four gun control bills — proposed by Senators Murphy, Grassley, Feinstein and Cornyn — after the Orlando massacre failed to receive the number of votes needed to pass.
Senate sticks with "thoughts and prayers" approach to gun violence. https://t.co/C77EbgnXUh— Deborah Roseman (@roseperson) June 20, 2016
Where to go for a sausage on election day
Google Australia has developed a Federal Election map which not only shows you the nearest polling booth, but also where to find a sausage sizzle and cake stall in your electorate on July 2.
Source: Twitter Moments.