Matt Canavan will put his money where his mouth is after being contacted by Fairfax Media.
Labor MP says the government's price tag of $28 million to move the APVMA from Canberra to Armidale is wrong.
Treasurer Scott Morrison has seized on a new report that shows house prices in Sydney and Melbourne are slowing to claim regulatory measures to easy Australia's housing affordability crisis are working.
Pain will be shared between universities and students under new reform package.
David Brown oversaw a departmental relocation. He's got a warning for the Nationals.
The budget will make it easier to complain about banks
The budget outlook will improve and then get worse, weighed down by spending says Deloitte Access Economcis
The mission is to 'make libertarianism sexy'. The men on the panel seemed to agree their cause suffered from an image problem.
Whatever chances the children had of coming back are now almost gone, says community leader.
Every scheme being considered would push prices higher.
A Melbourne University Liberal Club president who told a female member she shouldn't come to a club event because some men might feel "a bit uncomfortable" was talking "rubbish", says a spokesman for the national body for Liberal students.
Announcement is designed to buoy the government's political fortunes where a number of MPs risk losing their seats.
For Sue Fox, whose three-year-old daughter suffers from the debilitating disease, the listing is "monumental".
Labor has referred Pauline Hanson's One Nation to Queensland authorities amid claims the party has breached electoral rules.
Senator Cory Bernardi says conservatives and libertarians are united in an ongoing moral battle against the federal government.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says he sees no immediate need for Australia to develop a missile defence shield against threats such as North Korea, as US President Donald Trump warned of the possibility of "major, major" conflict with the rogue nation.
A report into the PRRT has confirmed that revenue from offshore gas will continue to flatline until at least 2027.
The inexperienced figure could be put in charge of the party at one of the most challenging times in its history
David Yapu has expressed concern that Dutton comments have raised tensions on Manus Island.
The Turnbull government's metadata retention regime is set for renewed scrutiny after the Australian Federal Police conceded it accessed a journalist's phone records illegally on its first such attempt.
Sydney house prices are set to suffer their first fall in 18 months, new figures show, in the wake of of strong action from regulators designed to curb the growth in investor loans.
The breach took place as part of an investigation into a leak of confidential government material.
Controversial Sydney University lecturer Tim Anderson used a series of Anzac Day social media posts to accuse Australian military personnel of committing murder in Syria.
Westpac's decision to effectively rule out lending to the proposed giant Adani coal mine in Queensland has drawn praise from environmentalists but derision from the government and industry.
How should Malcolm Turnbull prepare for his first face-to-face meeting with Donald Trump?
Google Australia has confirmed for the first time ever that it has been hit with an amended tax bill by the ATO following audits of its affairs and that "the company will lodge an objection".
New Zealanders living in Australia have been assured a crackdown on citizenship requirements has not shifted the goalposts on the "pathway to citizenship" hammered out last year.
It was designed to help dads connect better with their newborn children, but Australia's paid parental scheme is still leaving fathers behind.
Snowy 2.0 is the first step. But behind closed doors there's talk of Snowy 3.0, Snowy 4.0 and even Snowy 5.0.
With Australia's housing affordability debate raging ahead of next month's federal budget, the latest data shows members of Parliament own more than 60 properties in the ACT - almost all in Canberra's most expensive suburbs.