The Greens and Labor sought to embarrass the Home Affairs Minister after they accused him of misleading Parliament.
- by Fergus Hunter
The then prime minister challenged Rupert Murdoch over the coverage of his government in News Corp newspapers and its Sky News television channel.
- by David Crowe
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 inaugural technology chief at Peter Dutton's Home Affairs super ministry has exited the high-ranking role.
- by Matt O'Sullivan
The girlfriend of former ABF Commissioner claims she is innocent of allegations she misled corruption investigators over a probe into her employment.
- by Angus Thompson
At least when he was at Tourism Australia Scott Morrison knew what he was spruiking - now it's different.
- by Jacqueline Maley
When it comes to being a minister for mates, cronies and the big end of town, Dutton would not be in the top 24 in the ministry.
- by Jack Waterford
Ian Macdonald, the longest-serving person in Parliament, said a byelection in Dickson "wouldn’t be easy to win".
- by Michael Koziol & Fergus Hunter
He’s had a rip-snorting week, the new Prime Minister.
- by Tony Wright
Scott Morrison is exposed to a damaging defeat in Parliament as some of his own MPs admit the case for a referral.
- by David Crowe & Bevan Shields