Outgoing Australia Post managing director Ahmed Fahour has lashed out at One Nation leader Pauline Hanson for her "ill-informed" and "hurtful" comments about his Islamic faith at his final appearance before Senate estimates hearings.
George Christensen is a bit special. Free-range, you might call him.
Centrelink out for revenge against blogger who criticised debt collection, says opposition.
Parliamentary bean counters have hiked the lease cost of Aussies Cafe after negotiations with the owner stalled.
An appeal against a multimillion dollar tax bill owed by multinational oil giant Chevron is taking place, and will have global implications for the way tax paid by large companies is assessed.
Decision leaves the maverick LNP MP free to cross the floor.
For some it's the symbol of gay and lesbian progress and the fight for equality, but for Liberal culture warrior Eric Abetz it's the flag of a hostile nation which has declared war on Australia.
"This time around it is different and they are drawing their support almost equally from Labor and Coalition voters".
New board member has taken aim at "inner-city smashed avocado eaters" for unfairly targeting coal and the minerals industry.
Australia's violation of refugee human rights could hurt its chances of winning a coveted seat.
Centrelink making its own rules as it pursues citizens over "robo-debt," Parliament told.
Cory Bernardi says if Tony Abbott should defect and join his newly formed Conservative party after the former prime minister was castigated, including by the senior conservative cabinet minister Mathias Cormann for urging the government to adopt a more right-wing agenda.
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation has received an email requesting a loan for a 900 megawatt coal plant with carbon capture and storage.
The political buck-passing over Brisbane's long-delayed Cross River Rail project has continued after a top Commonwealth bureaucrat laid blame at the feet of the Newman government at a Senate hearing in Canberra on Monday.
Fair Work Commission Vice President Graeme Watson has broken with tradition by issuing his own separate decision on the future of paid domestic violence leave ahead of a single majority decision being made.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has delivered a stinging rebuke to his predecessor, Tony Abbott, accusing the former prime minister of deliberately sabotaging the government to do maximum damage to the Coalition's standing in the polls.
Company profits have surged to record highs at the same time wages suffered their sharpest decline in eight years.
Immigration boss Mike Pezzullo shot back at the Commonwealth auditor, calling its language "unworldly" and "regrettable".
A suite of changes to Australia's hate speech laws will be proposed but it will be up to the PM whether the government acts.
The Turnbull government is launching a major crackdown on dodgy family daycare providers, with new integrity measures designed to save taxpayers up to $250 million.
The federal government won't reveal the cost of a controversial security fence being installed outside Canberra's Parliament House because the price tag could aid a terrorist attack.
Malcolm Turnbull has been told to end the "high farce" of Australia exporting record amounts of gas while domestic prices soar.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has laid the blame for the government's drop in the polls squarely at the feet of Tony Abbott, describing the former leader's "outburst" last week as a calculated and deliberate attack to undermine confidence in the Coalition.
The Turnbull Government proposed company tax cut would cut national income for years before it boosted it and would never be self-funding, a new analysis from the Grattan Institute has found.
Coalition ministers hops their blistering attack on Tony Abbott has finally silenced him ahead of Federal Parliament's return, but the former prime minister's most loyal confidante says he's not going anywhere.
After another hiccup in the bilateral relationship, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and President Joko Widodo have pressed the re-set button.
Cuts to penalty rates will hasten to the "mass casualisation" of Australia's workforce, leading to lead to a decrease in job security, less paid leave and more workplace stress.
Malcolm Turnbull meets with Joko Widodo in Sydney.
All high income Australians would pay the 1 to 1.5 per cent Medicare Levy Surcharge under a budget proposal that would raise a breathtaking $4 billion per year, more than 6 times the net amount saved in the first Turnbull budget.
Malcolm Turnbull needs to find a solution to his Tony Abbott problem as Coalition MPs sweat on the next negative development in this toxic rivalry.