Who paid to put Daniel Andrews' ALP in power? It's the best kept secret in Victoria.
Nassim Khadem None of the pharmaceutical companies that are accused of profit shifting have been taken to court, the Australian Taxation Office has told the Senate inquiry into corporate tax avoidance.
Stephanie Peatling A government MP says the aggressive nature of Parliament, including the "rubbish" of question time, is a disincentive to women wanting to enter politics.
Latika Bourke A federal MP claims Australia's political donations system is little better than the sleazy cash-in-brown-paper-bag operations that occur in corrupt developing nations.
James Massola, Political Correspondent NEW YORK. It is the toughest diplomatic test Julie Bishop has faced as Foreign Minister - and the next chapter is about to get under way at United Nations headquarters in New York.
Chloe Booker Christopher Pyne says the Liberal party needs to focus on making it easier for "younger, career-minded" women to enter politics.
Nicole Hasham Labor has described Prime Minister Tony Abbott as "the most unscientific" leader in Australia's recent history after he claimed the party's ambitious renewable energy goal would cost consumers $60 billion.
James Robertson Bronwyn Bishop is under pressure to fully explain what "official business" she was undertaking when she charged taxpayers for attending Sophie Mirabella's wedding after a fellow committee member questioned the Speaker's version of events.
Kate Aubusson Three Australian guards on Manus Island found naked with a woman who claims she was drugged and raped were sent home before local authorities could investigate, the ABC reports.
Cameron Atfield Overzealous security has barred media from a public hearing into Australia's free trade deal with China, prompting union claims of a cover-up.
KIAMA Library is hosting two great events in August: a talk on The Family Memory Project and a ...