The Turnbull government says the Trans-Pacific Partnership will boost growth, create jobs, raise living standards, and increase productivity for Australians. We'll have to take its word for it.
James Massola Momentum is building in the Coalition for industrial relations reforms that could see weekend penalty rates cut, with Liberal MPs suggesting higher rates of pay across the seven day working week as a possible trade-off.
Nassim Khadem The OECD-G20 plan to stop multinational tax avoidance could put companies in the middle of border disputes between revenue authorities, tax experts have warned.
Latika Bourke Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has suggested it is inevitable Sunday penalty rates will be reduced but said there would need to be widespread acceptance from workers that they would not be left worse off.
Emma Kelly Former Labor member for Eden-Monaro, Bob Whan AM, died on Sunday.
Judith Ireland Turnbull government frontbencher Concetta Fierravanti-Wells is urging Australians to see the radicalisation of young people as a social issue and not just a national security problem.
Matthew Knott Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has defended his record as a supporter of public education after saying Sunday penalty rates should be maintained so low income families can afford private schooling.
Heath Aston, political correspondent Low-skilled Chinese workers imported to work on large infrastructure projects under the free trade agreement are likely to undercut the wages and conditions of blue-collar Australian workers, a new report has warned.
Latika Bourke, John Garnaut Medicines will not be more expensive as a result of the landmark trade deal struck between 12 nations, including Australia, the United States and Japan overnight, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said.
Nassim Khadem After two years, the OECD has developed its final plan aimed at stopping multinational tax evasion. But not everyone is happy.