Bill Shorten is talking up the underdog. Malcolm Turnbull is quietly confident of victory. Sound familiar? It's footy finals season in Parliament House.
Michael Koziol, Political reporter Victorian Premier has slammed Malcolm Turnbull for promulgating "ignorant rubbish" in the energy debate.
Michael Bachelard, Richard Baker In 30 years in the waste game, Neil Bone had never heard of anybody falling to their death down a garbage chute until Phoebe Handsjuk died.
Georgina Mitchell The 'irresponsible' trip could have led to his capture by the so-called Islamic State, Ms Bishop said.
Matthew Knott Elite private schools receiving taxpayer funding almost three times as generous as they are entitled to.
Anna Patty Workplace Editor Job losses have been linked to a rise in domestic violence rates in a new analysis of the impact of a major downturn in the steel industry.
James Massola Australia must embrace immigration, trade and foreign investment - or risk the prosperity of future generations, according to Treasurer Scott Morrison.
David Wroe Senior directors have been receiving thousands of dollars to cover expenses without having to account for the money, speaking a hefty tax bill.
Timna Jacks, Education Reporter A serial paedophile and former Geelong Grammar teacher who Victoria Police was set to charge with abusing students at the elite school is roaming free in Ireland after being deported in an extraordinary inter-agency bungle.
Heath Aston Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has put Australia's renewable energy mix up for discussion as a political storm unleashed by the blackout in South Australia forced experts to insist the statewide electricity failure had "absolutely nothing" to do with that state's heavy reliance on wind power.