Malcolm Turnbull was undesirably fulsome in declaring he’d be ‘there again and again’, especially given the nature of this president.
We’ve known for months the content and tenor of that explosive January phone call between Donald Trump and Malcolm Turnbull about the refugee deal, but the leak of the transcript to The Washington Post…
The University of Canberra’s Deep Saini and Michelle Grattan discuss the week in politics.
Malcolm Turnbull has called a special Liberal Party meeting for Monday afternoon.
Even acknowledging that Australia is lagging internationally and that same-sex marriage should have been delivered yesterday, the implosion around the issue is extraordinary.
Malcolm Turnbull has written a letter to major power companies calling for relief on electricity and gas prices.
Malcolm Turnbull has summoned the chiefs of major power companies to a meeting on Wednesday to discuss how customers can be given more relief through better deals on electricity prices.
Politics podcast: Tiernan Brady on same-sex marriage showdown.
Tiernan Brady, a leader of the successful 'Yes' campaign on same-sex marriage in Ireland, has been working with activists in Australia to get marriage equality over the line.
Warren Entsch said he was astounded and offended by a letter sent to Queensland LNP members attacking MPs who publicly support same-sex marriage.
The five Liberal rebels are not ruling out crossing the floor to try to force a parliamentary vote.
Malcolm Turnbull on Tuesday reaffirmed the government’s policy for a plebiscite on same-sex marriage.
The marriage row has seen critics floating speculation about the risk to Malcolm Turnbull if he can't contain the revolt.
There is a big question over whether Malcolm Turnbull can keep control of the same-sex marriage debate.
Just like Tony Abbott in 2015, Malcolm Turnbull is heading into a perfect storm on same-sex marriage. And as it was for Abbott, it has the potential to be very dangerous for him. There is a big question…
Bill Shorten says Labor’s targeting of trusts is about delivering a level playing field in tax.
Labor has proposed a crackdown on discretionary trusts, which would raise $4.1 billion over the forward estimates and $17.2 billion over a decade.
Greg Moriarty, Australia’s new defence department secretary, replaces the recently retired Dennis Richardson.
Malcolm Turnbull has appointed his chief-of-staff Greg Moriarty to head up the Department of Defence.
Bill Shorten will seek to elevate the issue of a republic by pledging.
a policy for quick action.
Bill Shorten's policy for quick action on a republic contrasts with Malcolm Turnbull's position.
The University of Canberra’s Michelle Grattan and Frances Shannon discuss the week in politics.
Legal experts are unsure what the High Court may decide on Matt Canavan.
Even if Matt Canavan survives, his immediate absence from cabinet is a blow to Barnaby Joyce.
Politics podcast: Michael Cooney on an Australian republic.
Michael Cooney says becoming a republic would give Australians important new symbols of national unity.
Sydney has the brightest prospects of the 25 Australian cities assessed in the new Knowledge City Index.
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The changing nature of work means the knowledge capabilities of cities are more important than ever. Here's what the new Knowledge City Index tells us about 25 Australian cities.
Irrigation pumps along the Barwon River in New South Wales.
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The system that allocates water use in Australia's largest river basin relies on a shared commitment by states to uphold the rules. New allegations of water theft threaten to break that trust.
Matt Canavan told a news conference he had been informed he is an Italian citizen.
Matt Canavan has resigned as the minister for resources and northern Australia after being told by the Italian embassy that he is an Italian citizen.
The government says its position has always been that none of those on Manus Island and Nauru would ever be allowed to come here.
The fracas between the United Nations high commissioner for refugees (UNHCR) and the government over whether Australia agreed to settle a handful of the Manus Island/Nauru boat people with family here…
Filippo Grandi urged an immediate end to Australia’s offshore processing of refugees.
The UNHCR has accused Australia of breaking its word by refusing to allow refugees on Manus Island and Nauru with family in Australia to settle here.
Edinburgh is one of the European cities that make the most of their creative and cultural assets.
A comparison of 36 Australian cities finds that, unlike Europe, the data on their creativity and culture are not closely linked to their capacity to generate economic value and social well-being.