It's the must-have app for cabinet ministers and their staff - but does it raise security issues? James Massola explains.
Housing affordability is being hindered by the states' land use regulations, asserts Treasurer Scott Morrison. Courtesy ABC News 24.
Treasurer Scott Morrison has a plan to improve housing affordability, putting the onus on States and Territories to make it happen. Courtesy ABC News 24.
The Government wants to rein in spending on paid parental leave to save money in the budget but there's a lot of opposition to the proposal. Courtesy ABC News, Channel 7.
Watch as Senator Pat Dodson takes down Nigel Scullion over the state of Indigenous affairs in Australia.
There's been no agreement between states and territories on how the controversial Adler shotgun should be classified. Courtesy ABC News 24.
After the PM and former PM contradicted each other in Parliament, one government MP has tried to water down the feud saying they're actually 'old friends'. Courtesy Channel 9.
Gasps of disbelief at Sydney University as a student wins a spot on the SRC reserved for women or non-cis men.
Tony Abbott says he was unaware of gun control negotiations with independent senator David Leyonhjelm, but the Prime Minister contests this.
A senate committee hears Philip Ruddock is receiving his full parliamentary pension while also being paid to be a special envoy.
Bill Shorten lampoons Malcolm Turnbull after a messy two weeks for the government in parliament..
The Human Rights Commissioner admits misleading a Senate inquiry when she said a media report about her was inaccurate.
Credit agencies will continue to monitor the Australian economy but the Treasurer says retaining the AAA rating depends on the government's ability to reduce debt.
Former PM Tony Abbott disputes a deal was done with David Leyonhjelm when he was leader to relax gun laws in exchange for supporting other legislation.
The system should have been more robust and ABS staff had poor judgement over the 2016 census, the head of the ABS David Kalisch says.
Superannuation savings of older Australians are under stress as they help their children buy houses, says Treasury head John Fraser
Defence has two cabinet ministers - Christopher Pyne and Marise Payne. But who is the senior?
The corporate watchdog disputes big bank claims that mortgages that track Reserve Bank interest rates would be too expensive.
Malcolm Turnbull has been in clean-up mode again with Sussan Ley revealing she wants to remove the Medicare rebate freeze but isn't allowed to because the Finance and Treasury departments say no.
One day the import ban on the controversial Adler shot gun is 'set in stone', the next day it's not, as Malcolm Turnbull struggles to clarify the government's policy.
Liberal Senator Ian Macdonald is known for his interrogations and interruptions and that's been on full display during fiery Senate hearings.
Staunch marriage equality advocate Warren Entsch has all but conceded defeat, changing his mind to support the plebiscite, over a free vote.
The CEOs of the four big banks sing from the same song sheet at a parliamentary inquiry - to a hard-to-please audience.
MP Stuart Robert strongly defends a property developer in parliament - but who wrote the script?
A shake-up of the RSL's leadership looms as questions emerge about financial management. David Wroe explains.
Why have recent comments by Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham caused such a furore? Matthew Knott explains.
The geopolitics behind Malcolm Turnbull's announcement that Australia will accept more refugees from an assessment centre in Costa Rica.
A radical proposal being considered by government could see all Australian default super contributions flow into one super fund.Peter Martin explains.
The five Indigenous MPs of the new Parliament have sat down together for the first time to discuss their priorities and the challenges ahead.
Philip Lowe and Guy Debelle are the unlikely duo taking the reigns at the Reserve Bank of Australia.
Richmond Air Force base near Sydney and Laverton near Melbourne could be shut down under a new proposal. Analysis with David Wroe.
It costs tax-payers more than half-a-million dollars for each asylum seeker detained on Manus Island and Nauru, a new report concludes.
Speaker Tony Smith has a tough day in the chair, evicting five people during Thursday's question time.