Three years ago a group of Victorian Liberals played a central role in giving Turnbull the numbers he needed to topple Tony Abbott. The Age remembers their role with this article from the archives.
- by Mark Hawthorne and Josh Gordon
Just three years ago Malcolm Turnbull became the prime minister of Australia after defeating Tony Abbott in a spill. We look back at the events leading up to Abbott's demise.
- by James Massola and Tom Allard
In 1991, for the first time in its history, the ALP ousted a federal leader in office. We remember Labor's political gamble 27 years later.
- by Michelle Grattan
50 years ago the new National Gallery of Victoria opened to rave reviews. We look back to 1968 and The Age's glowing first impression of the NGV.
- by Gordon Melville
In 1976, The Age Poll asked Australians their views on the ABC. Fairfax remembers the overwhelming public support for the ABC with these two articles from 1976.
- by Leonard Radic
In 1968 the state government's plans to build the city loop were labelled a 'grave error'. We remember the concerted effort to derail Melbourne's vital underground loop.
- by Staff Writers
On this day in 1968, Joh Bjelke-Petersen was sworn in as Premier of Queensland. Nineteen years later, as his long reign dragged on and he eyed a switch to Federal politics, we examined his electoral appeal and found cause for concern.
- by Barry Jones
50 years ago the Victorian town of St Leonards was in crisis. A fishing feud between locals and Greek migrants threatened to erupt into violence.
- by Max Beatie
Nelson Mandela was born 100 years ago today. On the anniversary we remember a pivotal moment in both his life and world history, the South Africa presidency.
- by Ross Dunn
In 2008, Apple released the iPhone 3G. Ten years on, we remember the release which disrupted the mobile phone market forever.
- by Stephen Hutcheon