Bill Shorten will unveil a $6 billion, ten year spending cut - Labor's single biggest to date - in the form of an $8000 per year cap on loans for students to study at private colleges.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent Australian authorities were involved in identifying and locating top Australian terrorist Neil Prakash ahead of the deadly air strike that killed the Islamic state recruiter, the Turnbull government has revealed.
Heath Aston, political correspondent After a battle that has taken more than a year, it has been agreed that Tony Abbott's choice of party plonk is not, in fact, a state secret.
Jane Lee Attorney-General George Brandis has ruled out suspending federal anti-discrimination laws during the same-sex marriage plebiscite campaign.
Michael Koziol It is the centrepiece of Malcolm Turnbull's election budget: a company tax cut he argues will stimulate the economy and underpin the government's core message of "jobs and growth".
Tom Arup, Environment Editor More than half a billion dollars has been spent in the latest auction under the Turnbull government's direct action climate change policy, with the vast majority of the money committed to tree projects.
Noel Towell Chris Jordan 'very disappointed' by reject of workplace deal.
Richard Willingham, State Political Correspondent Former prime minister Tony Abbott is coming to Melbourne to help fundraise for a key conservative ally the day before Malcolm Turnbull is expected to visit the Governor-General to officially call the election.
Michael Koziol Fear not, shrapnel-lovers: Australia is still making 5c coins, despite what Treasurer Scott Morrison thinks.
Nassim Khadem The Australian Taxation Office will continue to face the same level of scrutiny, despite its attempts to have less oversight.