The former PM says the ousting of Malcolm Turnbull upset progressive party members in his electorate of Warringah.
- by Bevan Shields
Gone are Malcolm Turnbull's many accounts of the Spycatcher trial - instead, visitors will find a photo of Queen Elizabeth II.
- by Michael Koziol
The Coalition and Labor are open to asking the the royal commission to examine a looming $40 billion-a-year blow out in aged care funding.
- by Eryk Bagshaw
Though authorities regulate the import and export of ivory, there are no laws governing domestic trade.
- by Michael Koziol & Nicole Hasham
Scott Morrison has urged people to take caution with strawberries, but to also help resurrect the industry after the incidents of needles being found inside the fruit.
Dutton's then-office asked his department to prepare a ministerial intervention briefing for an Italian au pair, who was about to be deported, emails show.
- by Angus Livingston
The Prime Minister said anyone tampering with fruit was a "coward and a grub".
- by Fergus Hunter, Darren Gray & Fleta Page
Deputy Opposition Leader Tanya Plibersek explains Labor's plans to increase women's superannuation.
Catherine Marriott speaks publicly for the first time about her allegations against Barnaby Joyce and what is was like to have her name leaked media on ABC's 7.30.
"These are the names that don't get spoken," Senator Jordon Steele-John said after reading out a list of 34 names.
- by Latika Bourke