WHAT WE LEARNED
* $26 million is going to improve fire management including larger aircraft.
* $15 billion of investment in electricity generation is planned over the next two-and-a-half years.
WHAT THE GOVERNMENT WANTED TO SPIN
The government is protecting the standard of living of Australians.
WHAT LABOR WANTED TO TALK ABOUT
How is it good economic management when corporate profits are growing at six times the rate of wages.
WHAT THEY SAID
"Everything is going up except people's wages." - Opposition Leader Bill Shorten on latest economic data.
"We are doing better than Labor ever did." - Treasurer Josh Frydenberg.
"The Morrison government is threatening Queenslanders with the forced privatisation of their state-owned power assets." - Shorten.
"If the leader of the Labor Party wants to ... talk about the ownership of electricity assets in Queensland, he must take responsibility as the leader of the Labor Party for having a partnership with a Queensland Labor government happy to rip off electricity customers and put the money in their own failed budgets." - Morrison.
@SwannyQLD The National Accounts are showing the chickens are coming home to roost. The wage suppression of the Liberals is driving down consumption, savings, growth & driving up inequality. #auspol #qt