George Brandis has defended Australia's refugee deal with the United States, affirming it is still going ahead after Malcolm Turnbull's now-infamous phone call with Donald Trump.
Heath Aston The Turnbull government would likely feel an electoral backlash in marginal seats if Sunday penalty rates are cut, polling suggests.
Anna Patty More than 7000 Commonwealth Bank of Australia part-time staff are owed millions of dollars in unpaid superannuation entitlements, according to legal advice.
Lindsay Murdoch North Korea's ambassador in Kuala Lumpur has denounced Malaysia's investigation into the assassination of Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korea's leader, and insisted the man poisoned at Kuala Lumpur airport last week was not him.
Lindsay Murdoch Hundreds of police have been deployed to Thailand's largest temple where worshippers and monks are vowing to prevent the arrest of a prominent monk.
Matthew Knott Government watered-down individual salary disclosure requirements during its 'red tape' repeal day.
Inga Ting Housing wouldn't define rich and poor and same-sex marriage and voluntary euthanasia would be legal.
Clay Lucas By any Melbourne standard, 310 St Kilda Road is prime real estate: opposite the Royal Botanic Gardens, metres from the Shrine and National Gallery of Victoria, and a short stroll to the city centre.
Lindsay Murdoch Two women are seen to approach the 46 year-old playboy from opposing directions in what appears to be the busy departure hall of Kuala Lumpur airport's low cost terminal.
Mark Kenny, Peter Martin, Adam Gartrell Environment and Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg has conceded that scrapping the carbon tax had given consumers only a "brief respite" from rising electricity prices, forcing those with the means to invest in self-generation such as roof-top solar.