Australia ingratiating itself into a post-Brexit, British-instigated Anglosphere would be a futile exercise in counterproductive nostalgia.
Malcolm Turnbull has asked Theresa May to convey Australia's solidarity, love and prayers to the people of Manchester.
At an extraordinary news conference, Hanson staffer James Ashby admitted the revelation was 'embarrassing', adding that it was a 'poor choice of words on my behalf'.
An international team discovers extreme underground conditions at New Zealand's Alpine Fault, which is due to rupture in a major earthquake in the next few decades.
The S&P Global report cites the potential for low wage growth and low inflation as a 'downside risk' for the projections on getting to budget balance.
Nick Greiner's business connections would be helpful in the urgent need for the strapped party to raise funds.
Only one in five believe they will be better off from the budget.
Bill Shorten has said Labor will oppose the budget's increase in the Medicare levy hitting taxpayers on incomes under A$87,000.
Students who take longer to complete their degree will be hit hard by fee hikes.
The budget is squarely directed at trying to undo continuing damage from the harsh Abbott government 2014 budget.
Julie Bishop has refused to sack Yassmin Abdel-Magied from the board of the Council for Australian-Arab Relations, resisting pressure from some in government ranks.
Scott Morrison has a lot on his plate ahead of Tuesday night's federal budget, including Catholic schools unhappy at how the school funding changes will affect them.
A new form of the highly contagious canine parovirus has been found in Australia. The strain has been found in vaccinated dogs.
Critics of the Cashless Welfare Card trial overlook the fact it is curbing alcohol and gambling problems – and it's what the communities want.
Former prime minister Tony Abbott has taken a swipe at Malcolm Turnbull's schools plan.
NATSEM has modelled the impact of the changes to the HELP debt repayments the government announced this week.
The Turnbull government is seeking to seize the political initiative on schools, with a big funding injection and the appointment of David Gonski to chair a 'Gonski 2.0' review.
The federal government has confirmed it will build Sydney's second airport after the Sydney Airport Group announced it would not take up its right of first refusal to construct and operate it.
The government is seeking savings of $2.8 billion from higher education over the budget period, in another attempt at a major shake-up of Australia's university sector.
The government has ordered the Productivity Commission to review how the GST revenue is sliced up.
The government will highlight in its May 9 budget a distinction between 'good' debt, incurred to boost growth, and 'bad' debt, used to finance welfare and other recurrent spending.
The Turnbull government will impose restrictions on the export of Australian gas to boost domestic supplies and lower prices.
Malcolm Turnbull has flagged he expects to meet Donald Trump in New York next week.
Labor will promise to ban direct borrowing by self-managed superannuation funds, as part of a housing affordability policy released on Friday.
Malcolm Turnbull is continuing his pitch to assert 'Australian values' and national identity.