Treasurer Scott Morrison has urged financial regulators to crackdown on investor loans, warning restrictions have "worn off," allowing investors to storm back into the market hurting housing affordability levels and promoting surging household debt.
James Massola, Michael Gordon The Turnbull government has hand-balled responsibility for protecting people facing big pay cuts on Sundays and public holidays to the Fair Work Commission, effectively guaranteeing Labor and the union movement will mount a ferocious industrial relations campaign all the way until the next election.
Amy Remeikis Pauline Hanson has compared Islam to a disease Australians need to vaccinate themselves against, a comment described by the deputy prime minister as "bat poo crazy".
David Wroe, National security correspondent Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne has cited the uncertainty about Donald Trump's foreign policy as one reason why Australia needs to bolster its home-grown defence industry.
Lindsay Murdoch Dili: When invading Indonesian troops parachuted into Dili in1975 Filomena Gomes fled into East Timor's cloud-shrouded mountains and for four years scrounged food and cooked for guerrilla fighters.
Latika Bourke and Nick Miller The Westminster attacker was British-born and previously investigated by Britain's spy agency MI5 "some years ago" for violent extremism, Prime Minister Theresa May has revealed.
David Wroe, national security correspondent Attorney-General George Brandis has warned that the Islamic State group may scatter and form a "diaspora" caliphate around the world, including South-East Asia after its defeat in the Middle East.
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Richard Willingham, State Political Correspondent A major Liberal party benefactor will continue to withhold hundreds of thousands of dollars to the cash-strapped party, with Michael Kroger set to remain president of the party.
Robert Crawford Controversial multi-million dollar development at still on hold.
BREAKING: The man accused of murdering Illawarra toddler Cheryl Grimmer has been refused bail.