The brutal murder of Iranian asylum seeker Reza Barati at the Manus Island detention camp has been dramatised in a new play staged in the Iranian capital Tehran.
James Massola, chief political correspondent Labor now holds a thumping 10 point lead over the Coalition in the two-party preferred vote.
Adam Gartrell, Political Correspondent Cuts to Sunday penalty rates for low-paid workers could blow a $650 million hole in the federal government's budget bottom line, according to the Australian Institute.
Daniel Flitton Australia has taken a lone stand as the only country in its neighbourhood to boycott negotiations for a new global treaty to ban nuclear weapons.
Eryk Bagshaw Coca Cola, Glaxo Smith Kline that have instituted the clean tech energy programme have had their profits climb and businesses expand while those that did not institute the program in the sample have stagnated.
Patrick Begley Australian firms have secured contracts to supply military equipment to Saudi Arabia, an autocracy accused of ongoing war crimes in a conflict that has killed more than 10,000 civilians.
Heath Aston Bookmaker Tom Waterhouse is at the centre of a bitter dispute in the online gambling sector over how much ground the industry should give up to resuscitate its public image.
Adam Morton The Greens are pushing for a new public authority to take responsibility for Australia's beleaguered electricity system out of politicians' hands.
Tom McIlroy Nearly half of all Liberals and 55 per cent of Labor MPs have previously worked as political advisers or government staffers.
Eryk Bagshaw and James Massola Treasurer Scott Morrison has urged financial regulators to crackdown on investor loans, warning restrictions have "worn off," allowing investors to storm back into the market hurting housing affordability levels and promoting surging household debt.