Malcolm Turnbull has declared that a referendum to recognise Indigenous Australians in the constitution is achievable next year, saying the first hurdle is to come up with a form of words that "sings" to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Mark Kenny, Chief Political Correspondent What's going on? Suddenly, the smooth and toboganable brow of the Turnbull administration is furrowed as a series of ministerial crises, dismissals and resignations wreaks havoc.
Matthew Knott SBS chairman Nihal Gupta will resign from the broadcaster after a controversial 16 months in the role.
Mark Kenny, James Massola Deputy Prime Minister and Nationals leader Warren Truss will announce his retirement on Thursday, with Trade Minister Andrew Robb set to follow.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent Liberal Party pollsters Crosby Textor are poised to become involved in the submarine race with German shipbuilder ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems planning to hire the firm to help with its bid for the $50 billion contract.
Nassim Khadem Tax Commissioner Chris Jordan has vowed the ATO is prepared to take more companies to court.
Tom Allard ALP says it will submit to international adjudication on disputed sea border.
Fergus Hunter Indigenous Australians continue to die younger, be out of work more and have less education than other Australians, the annual Closing the Gap report has again revealed.
Peter Hannam Deep cuts to CSIRO's climate and manufacturing programs show the organisation is bowing to right-wing priorities Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull inherited from predecessor Tony Abbott, said Kim Carr, Labor's shadow minister for industry.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent The threat of a collapsing dam in Iraq that could send water flooding over millions of people has forced Australia's military to make emergency plans to protect soldiers and diplomats.
A woman has been arrested and a man is on the run following a pursuit and crash in ...
Phone company spreads $25K around.
New book club starting at Windsor.
The BP service station on Putty Road at Wilberforce was held up by a man wielding a machete ...
Wakeboarding and music event Jam Festival attracts large crowds for yet another successful year.
Life was hard in the early colony. Here's a Windsor blacksmith who struggled to keep his business going.
Two schools in Riverstone have received grants to set up before and after school care.