Jacqui Lambie's sudden prominence has left Tasmanians with sharply polarised views.
Down on the dairy farm they're talking about what the China free trade agreement will mean for them.
Though short of sleep, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop keeps calm and focused while representing her country abroad.
Australia again changed the settings on its humanitarian refugee intake last week, cutting out people who claim asylum via Indonesia. What will this mean? Adam Morton explains.
Mr Palmer's legal counsel argued the existence of the legal proceeding should be suppressed from the public.
Labor and the unions should embrace Tony Abbott’s generous ‘‘Scandinavian’’ paid parental leave scheme, a new book says.
He won't get consular assistance from Australia, but Richard Di Natale leaves for Liberia on Saturday.
Victorian Liberal MP Sharman Stone says, "It's just Australia catching up."
Julie Bishop has rejected Barack Obama's assertion that the Great Barrier Reef is under threat from climate change in a further sign of the Australian Government's displeasure with the US President's climate change speech, which overshadowed the G20 in Brisbane.
The ABC's newsrooms are bracing for job losses as the national broadcaster's board prepares to spend the weekend finding savings that are tipped to include 400 redundancies across the organisation.