Police investigating NSW MP over allegations of sexual violence.
An unnamed NSW politician aged in his 30s has been accused of "sexual violence-related offences" dating back eight years.
State police are investigating the allegations, they confirmed on Thursday, which reportedly took place in 2013.
"As investigations are continuing, no further information is available," police said.
It is the second such incident of sexual assault against a NSW MP this year following allegations Upper Hunter MP Michael Johnsen, who has since resigned from parliament, raped a sex worker in 2019.
Mr Johnsen has not been charged by police and denies the allegation, calling it unfair and unfounded.
Morrison uncommitted to Frydenberg's end-of-year vaccine timeline.
Scott Morrison is giving himself some wriggle room on getting all Australians COVID-19 vaccinations by the end of this year.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg told reporters in the federal budget lockup on Tuesday that all willing Australians would receive two doses by December 31.
That will require the weekly pace of the rollout to triple.
But the prime minister is keen to point out it is not a concrete commitment.
"There are assumptions that go to the rollout. They are not policy settings," Morrison said on Wednesday.
"We will continue to roll the vaccine out, as we have been, and accelerating it from next week. We will continue to do everything we possibly can to ensure we're progressing that vaccination program."