Question Time in federal parliament

WHAT WE LEARNED

* Demolition work on NSW homes affected by bushfires will be completed in July.

* Biosecurity zones protecting remote indigenous communities in Queensland have been lifted. There has not been a single confirmed case in any remote communities.

* The government expects 27,000 new homes and renovations will be funded under the HomeBuilder scheme.

* The HomeBuilder website has had 250,000 hits from people seeking details.

WHAT THE GOVERNMENT WANTED TO SPIN

Australia is on target to reopening large parts of the economy and community life in July.

WHAT LABOR WANTED TO TALK ABOUT

The government is mishandling the economic response to the coronavirus pandemic.

WHAT THEY SAID

"Isn't it time to rename it HomeBlunder?" - Labor frontbencher Jason Clare.

"We were not going to give rise to a situation where people passing themselves off as kitchen renovators were going to go and knock on the doors of pensioners, rip out their sinks and dishwashers and then seek to claim some government subsidy." - Prime Minister Scott Morrison on why the HomeBuilder scheme is aimed at $150,000 projects.

"We're all concerned about isolated and vulnerable Australians such as the isolated and vulnerable leader of the opposition." - Communications Minister Paul Fletcher.