A HIGHLIGHTER by his side, Stuart McMillen is reading a book on the failings of Australian politics, taking meticulous notes with pen in hand.
THE Prime Minister has given the strongest signal yet he wants changes to the GST, saying on Thursday he prefers that option to increasing the Medicare levy
LABOR has drawn a clear distinction between itself and the Coalition on climate policy ahead of the next election.
WORKERS and their employers across 26 industries, many of them in regional areas, could soon be able to negotiate time off in lieu of overtime pay.
LOBBYISTS on both sides of the political debate over the Great Barrier Reef were grilled about funding sources during a parliamentary inquiry hearing.
THE head of the nation’s first Royal Commission examining family violence hopes the inquiry will mark a “moment in time”.
FEDERAL politicians will be able to exceed caps on some of their office-related parliamentary entitlements under changes to the scheme.
QUEENSLAND may miss out on $57 million for homelessness services, while New South Wales is set to get $60 million under a new national agreement.
Flynn MP Ken O’Dowd says that $2100 he claimed at taxpayer’s expense to attend the Bledisloe Cup with his wife last year was “all above board”.
THE Salvation Army has raised fresh concerns about the protections for up to 5000 Chinese working holidaymakers who will come to Australia under the new FTA.