It may not be snowing in the city like Hobart but Victorians can expect their own dusting of snow on Monday.
Nicole Hasham The use of parliamentary perks should be guided by "common sense", government frontbencher Malcolm Turnbull says, deviating from Prime Minister Tony Abbott's insistence that former Speaker Bronwyn Bishop was the victim of a deficient system.
Michael Koziol First a crash, then a splash - the residents at this quiet suburban home south of Sydney knew something was amiss.
Cameron Atfield State Opposition Leader says he won't replace Bruce Scott.
Noel Towell Thousands of tax returns trapped in bureaucratic limbo, stuck inside the ATO's ailing computer system.
Daniella Miletic Passengers at international airports across the country can expect delays due to a customs and immigration staff strike.
Penelope Arthur The Member for Maranoa announces he will not seek re-election.
Anne Davies When Bronwyn Bishop arrived in Canberra as a newly minted senator in 1987 to fill a casual vacancy, she already enjoyed a formidable reputation. With her trademark up-swept blond hair, killer heels, red lipstick and power jackets, Bishop stood out in the Liberal Party, not just because she was one of the few females, but because she wore her ambition like a tiara.
When her resignation as Speaker was announced on Sunday, Bronwyn Bishop was officially sent off in a press conference by Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Then the social media send-off began.
Georgina Mitchell An online trivia game has shocked a family after it linked Indigenous footballer Adam Goodes to the film Planet Of The Apes.
POLL: Bronwyn Bishop has resigned as Speaker of House of Representatives.