Anna Patty Questions of whether union money was used to pay for renovations at the house of former prime minister Julia Gillard in the early 1990s could be answered by the words of two builders and a former...
Daniel Hurst Kevin Rudd's backers have hit back at post-election criticism from former prime minister Julia Gillard that this year's leadership change sent voters "a very cynical and shallow message" about...
The gender revolution of the last half century has failed to change hostile attitudes towards women, former prime minister Julia Gillard says.
Peter Hartcher In the fourth part of a five-part investigation, Peter Harcher reveals that factors that led to the downfall of Australia's first female prime minister,
Tony Wright As Julia Gillard considers life after politics, prepares to move close to her mother and sister in Adelaide and sets out to write a book, she may find guidance in a study of predecessors' careers...
Julia Gillard I hope all Australians take a moment to pause and reflect on what we lost that day.
Follow a journey through The Age archives as we look back at the styles and looks that took Julia Gillard to top of Australian politics.
Independent MPs Tony Windsor and Rob Oakeshott throw their support behind Labor and clear the way for Julia Gillard to govern.
Julia Gillard promises to heed the lesson handed to Labor at the election and govern with a new style of openness.
World's press compares Julia Gillard to Cinderella and Elvis: how the international media reported the Prime Minister's dramatic restaurant exit
Glenda Kwek "A kind of Cinderella story turned on its head."
Thank you Jenny, it's so good to be so warmly welcomed by our President, elected by our members.
We've put together this collection of photos capturing the past year in the life of Australia's first female Prime Minister.
On tour with Prime Minister, Julia Gillard
Interviewed on 3AW, the former PM's mood seems to lift as he's asked about the likliehood of regaining the top job.
Despite the standing ovation, US Congress were sure to be confused by the mispronunciation of Prime Minister Julia Gillard.
In a rare show of emotion, Julia Gillard chokes back tears as she describes the disasters that have afflicted the nation.
WATCH IN FULL: Prime Minister Julia Gillard's emotional tribute to the efforts of rescue workers in the Queensland floods.
Kirsty Needham Prime Minister Julia Gillard fought back tears in a rare show of emotion as she addressed parliament this afternoon, choking up as she described the impact of floods that have ravaged the country.
The Prime Minister flies to a NATO meeting in Portugal to discuss Afghanistan after a heated week of Parliament.
This is a full version of Julia Gillard's prepared speech to ALP conference.