An edited extract of an interview which is published in partnership with The Australian Strategic Policy Institute.
Turnbull said on Sunday that Australia’s 30% rate for larger companies was the second highest in the OECD.
The inflammatory ad runs as the government is making a last ditch effort against the odds to gather Senate support for the company tax legislation, due to be voted on this week.
The federal government suspending the export licence of Emanuel Exports, the biggest exporter and the company responsible for the 2017 Awassi Express shipment that triggered the furore around the industry.
The government action means there is no trade at the moment after the other current exporter, Livestock Shipping Services, paused its trade over the northern summer.
Anthony Albanese is considered the Labor party’s only leadership alternative to Bill Shorten.
Albanese's speech comes against a background of speculation that Bill Shorten's leadership could be under pressure if the party performs badly at the Super Saturday byelections.
Minister for Finance Mathias Cormann, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Treasurer Scott Morrison announce the passage of their income tax package.
It was a busy week in politics, with the federal government passing its income tax package, more squabbling over the ABC, and all parties gearing up for the July 28 byelections.
It would have been a huge setback if the government hadn’t secured its income tax package, which was the budget’s centrepiece.
More crucial than the fate of the company tax cuts is the government's long struggle to nail down its NEG, with the crunch coming when Josh Frydenberg meets his COAG counterparts on August 10.
Mathias Cormann won Senate support for a motion for the bill when it is returned on Thursday to be voted on without further debate.
The Senate on Thursday is set to pass intact the government's $144 billion three-stage income tax package - but whether the plan is fully delivered will depend on who wins the election.
Attorney-General Christian Porter on a crowded agenda.
Christian Porter says the response to the consultations for a national apology to victims of child sexual abuse has been very strong with a total of 167 attendees at consultation sessions so far.
Most ‘clean eating’ posts on Instagram portrayed men engaging in muscle presentation to convey virile strength and power.
A new study of 'clean eating' posts on Instagram has found that men - and muscles - feature more prominently than women.
Malcolm Turnbull’s speech to the Australia China Business Council’s networking day was superficial.
The Australia-China relationship involves walls and whispers, as well as all the rhetoric about trust and respect.
Michelle Guthrie pointed out that the broadcaster’s per capita funding had halved in real terms in three decades while the demands on it had increased.
Michelle Guthrie has hit back against critics with a Deloitte Access Economics assessment the public broadcaster contributed more than $1 billion to the Australian economy in the last financial year.
Brian Burston and Clive Palmer leave a press conference after a water sprinkler is turned on.
Any voters so angry about the more conventional parties that they are tempted to look Palmer's way again might like to consider the shenanigans on Monday.
Mitch Fifield and the Prime Minister’s Office often fire off complaints about errors and interpretations.
It has been described as virtue-signalling to the base. I think it is rather more serious. It will reinforce the anti-ABC sentiment of some in government ranks - which has reached absurd levels.
Michelle Grattan speaks with Mark Evans about the week in politics.
Hanson is down from having four Senate numbers after the 2016 election to two.
One paradox of leaders of personality parties is that while they attract voters and so can get others elected, this can be their downfall, because they are by nature loners not team people.
Young people are especially careful about expressing political view on social media.
It may be because we're early adopters and know the risks of social media, but a new study has found Australians are particularly careful about expressing political views online.
Huawei is regarded with great concern by Australia’s intelligence agencies and has been banned from involvement in the National Broadband Network.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the assessment of whether someone was covered by the legislation "will have to be made by the people concerned".
Turnbull was unspecific when questioned at a news conference about how to deal with one current big issue of child safety.
Outlining the government's detailed response the Prime Minister said Western Australia had now agreed to sign on to the national redress scheme so there will be a fully national scheme from July 1.
Climbing a mountain has more to do with how your body deals with altitude, which you can’t control.
While acclimatising is more important, here's the training you should undertake to go mountain-climbing.
Landbridge has employed former trade minister Andrew Robb.
It is likely that the parliamentary intelligence and security committee will want more clarification on how things would operate in the grey area.