Michelle Grattan and Deep Saini discuss the week in politics.
With the eligibility of the Nationals’ leadership under question, Malcolm Turnbull has had a nightmarish week.
Malcolm Turnbull is an optimist, or so he always tells us, and he'll be looking at how things could all work out for the best in the best of worlds.
Fiona Nash made a statement to the Senate just before it rose on Thursday night for a fornight’s break.
The deputy leader of the Nationals, Fiona Nash, has been found to have dual British nationality.
Bill Shorten, launching Labor’s childcare policy, inadvertently set off a debate about the major party leaders’ respective feminist credentials.
Talk of 'women's issues', such as childcare, both accepts they are less important than other issues and assumes they have no universal value.
Rural Health Minister Fiona Nash (right), sitting next to singer Katie Noonan (left) on Q&A.
When asked about importing cannabis oil to treat child epilepsy, rural health minister Fiona Nash told Q&A that the TGA can allow importation of products not registered in Australia. Is that right?
Food labelling has been a central plank of the food regulatory system since it first emerged in the mid-1800s.
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Coalition MP Ewen Jones has spoken out against reinstating the health star rating website controversially closed down by the assistant health minister. Jones says the government shouldn’t interfere with…
Assistant Minister for Health Fiona Nash’s chief of staff has had to resign because of conflicts of interest.
Furore over links between Assistant Minister for Health Fiona Nash’s office and industry continues today with revelations that her former chief of staff is connected to the alcohol, as well as the food…