Deborah Snow and Rachel Olding 11:00 PM A leading member of Sydney's Lebanese community warns that Islamic State is winning the propaganda war and that a cohort of cyber-savvy " keyboard warriors" may be needed to push back against IS's slick online recruitment campaigns.
Latika Bourke 9:40 PM Liberal backbenchers are considering calling a meeting to discuss the "direction of the team", with speculation rife about Prime Minsiter Tony Abbott's leadership.
Judith Ireland 8:19 PM The national peak body for victims of domestic violence is calling on the Abbott government to establish a royal commission into domestic violence, arguing a national inquiry is needed to focus on prevention measures.
7:01 PM Queensland Premier says he does not agree with the Prime Minister's choice.
Daniel Flitton 5:00 PM Australia will decide on its future military presence in Afghanistan, beyond a planned withdrawal in 2016, after negotiations later this year with Western allies.
Gareth Hutchens 12:00 AM Assistant Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says he is much more concerned about the state of the global economy after his trip to the World Economic Forum.
Lisa Cox 4:17 PM Prince Philip is involved with fewer than 50 Australian organisations, the British Monarchy's own official website reveals.
Judith Ireland 1:21 PM Abbott government minister Michaelia Cash has downplayed the idea of holding a national royal commission into domestic violence, arguing that the government has already "accepted" that it was a problem and practical solutions were needed instead.
Primrose Riordan 11:42 AM Editorials of newspapers across the country have slammed Prime Minister Tony Abbott's decision to hand Prince Philip a knighthood, labelling the move "ludicrous" and "flabbergasting".
David Wroe Afghanistan’s new President has urged the West to stay involved in his country – including militarily - longer than the planned withdrawal date at the end of next year in a meeting with Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop.
Many consider Prince Philip's gaffes as the innocent comments of a nice, old duffer. Others say it reveals a deep-seated racial and chauvinist prejudice.
Nassim Khadem Regulators need to stop online companies such as Uber and Airbnb – as well as people using their services – from dodging their tax obligations, says Labor assistant treasurer Andrew Leigh.
Megan Levy and Lisa Cox Prime Minister Tony Abbott has awarded Australia's highest honour to the Queen's husband, Prince Philip.
Lisa Cox Prime Minister Tony Abbott has declared social media "electronic graffiti' while defending his decision to make Prince Philip a knight.
Daniel Flitton Protesters will march non-stop around ASIO headquarters in Canberra for 32-hours to draw attention the plight of at least 32 refugees locked in indefinite detention.
Lucy Battersby While the Prime Minister dismissed social media criticism as "electronic graffiti", his government has been spending millions of dollars on social media strategies.
Stephanie Peatling Prime Minister Tony Abbott's decision to award Prince Philip a knighthood underscores the need for a debate about an Australian republic and identity, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten said on Monday.
James Massola and Mark Kenny Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s surprise decision to knight Prince Philip has infuriated his colleagues, with a pair of Queensland MPs breaking ranks to publicly criticise the decision.
Megan Levy Is it Australia Day - or April Fool's Day?
Megan Levy Knight Grand Cross with Chain of the Order of the Queen of Sheba.
Steve Lillebuen The decision to recognise Rosie Batty as Australian of the Year could be a historic turning point for victims of domestic violence, according to a leading advocacy groups.
Mark Kenny and Bevan Shields He was the nation's top soldier, and has since become the federal government's Mr Fixit - the "go to" man chosen to lead the complicated investigations into the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and the shooting down of MH17 over Ukraine.
Bevan Shields Sir Peter Cosgrove will skip his first Australia Day as governor-general in favour of flying to Saudi Arabia to "convey the condolences" of Australia following the death of King Abdullah.
Heath Aston EXCLUSIVE: The purchase of the five-hotel Ayers Rock Resort overlooking Uluru, by the Indigenous Land Corporation is to be investigated by the federal government.