Barnaby Joyce is back as Nationals leader, three years since his reluctant resignation.
Barnaby Joyce has blasted Michael McCormack out to seize back his old job of Nationals leader, and now assumes the role of deputy prime minister.
Christine Holgate's evidence before a senate inquiry on Tuesday delivered some wounding blows to Scott Morrison
Matt Canavan on Holgate, Di Bartolomeo, and John Andersen.
Michelle Grattan discusses the National party and Christine Holgate's evidence before a senate inquiry with Senator Matt Canavan
The funeral of former national party leader, Doug Anthony, may prompt introspection for many members of the fragmented national party.
The call to examine Australia's dependance on China has also brought to light, in a dramatic fashion, the full extent of China's diplomatic behaviour
New research shows how deeply entrenched "us" and "them" attitudes make it much harder to make a fair energy transition.
The Nationals face the "wicked problem" of how to subvert the uncertain fortnight behind them, with the possibility of further leadership spills constantly looming.
The internal chaos of the Nationals has continued into the second week of parliament. With the minor party of the Coalition deeply split, the future of the government is uncertain.
The result will be a deep relief to Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who stood to be a big loser if forced to partner with Joyce.
The Nationals' meltdown has been triggered by the forced resignation of Bridget McKenzie, and while only a new deputy needed to be elected, Joyce has seized the opportunity to make his leadership run.
Conscripting young volunteers to combat climate change is not necessary. Australians aged 15-17 already have the highest rates of volunteering in the country.
Barnaby Joyce has dismissed a call from the Western Australian state Nationals for him to stand down.
Barry O'Sullivan has declared that Barnaby Joyce remains a big asset to the Nationals despite the sharp grassroots reaction to his affair with his former staffer.
Labor is eyeing possible openings to exploit in the liaison between Barnaby Joyce and his former staffer Vikki Campion.
Politics Podcast: Matt Canavan on divorce in the LNP and discipline in the Coaliton.
Nationals cabinet minister Matt Canavan doesn't agree that breaking up the Queensland LNP would solve any problems politically.
BHP has distanced itself from moves to strip environment groups of their tax deductibility status. Why does the Big Australian see value in defending them?
The question will now be whether Section 44 of the Constitution needs reform to enable dual citizens who may have a lot to offer to become MPs.
The High Court was unanimous on its decision in all the cases, with the eligibility of five MPs rejected and two upheld.
For Malcolm Turnbull, on a wafer-thin majority and struggling in the polls, the outcome of the seven High Court cases is of vital importance.