Within minutes of General Motors-Holden announcing the carmaker would leave Australia in 2017, the political blame game began in question time.
Are Liberal pollsters Mark Textor and Lynton Crosby a pair of hypocrites? That is the question for the Federal Court.
ABC chairman Jim Spigelman has sought to defend the national broadcaster against attacks from "conservative" critics, announcing a number of external audits to assess any bias in its reporting.
ACT Chief Minister Katy Gallagher said she’ll continue fighting for the territory’s marriage equality legislation amid moves by Western Australian politicians to prepare laws of their own.
The federal government has struck out listings of significant stretches of the Murray-Darling as critically endangered, saying it is an unnecessary protection for the massive river system.
Labor frontbencher Tony Burke has launched an attack on the Speaker of the House of Representatives, accusing Bronwyn Bishop of being a biased umpire and of allowing a “childish prank” by Christopher Pyne.
Anti-gambling campaigners have condemned Labor's decision to support the scrapping of its poker machine reforms.
Labor and the Greens will join forces on Wednesday to attempt to restore a $1 billion fund to deliver pay rises for aged care workers.
People smugglers are telling asylum seekers that bad diplomatic relations between Australia and Indonesia mean the route by boat to Christmas Island is once again open for business.
Holden remains unconvinced that the federal government intends providing any further assistance to the industry after 2016, in a decision that would virtually guarantee its closure, according to sources close to the embattled car maker.
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