Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's "25-point battle plan" for the new parliament is actually a swag of old measures that failed to pass the in the last term, with some policy measures as much as three years old.
Tom McIlroy Powerbroker delivers potentially fatal blow to the Turnbull government's planned plebiscite on same-sex marriage.
James Massola Asked directly if he could make tilt for a Senate seat one day, Adam Giles said he is "leaving it wide open".
Fergus Hunter "The only thing lacking here is Malcolm Turnbull's courage," Labor's Senate leader Penny Wong has declared, pushing back against criticisms from "so-called moderates" in the Coalition towards the opposition for challenging the same-sex marriage plebiscite legislation.
Christine D'Mello Australian schools are increasingly moving to introduce specialised entrepreneurship programs. And one year 12 has put his business on hold to study. This is a new reality among today's future workers.
Michael Koziol, James Massola The Turnbull government's plan to hold a same-sex marriage plebiscite may be thrown a lifeline by Senator Nick Xenophon, who has left the door open to he and his two senators backing the controversial public vote.
David Ellery Western Front sacrifices will be on Merrin Boyer's mind at the launch of Canberra's Legacy Week campaign on Monday.
James Massola, Chief Political Reporter Prime Minster Malcolm Turnbull appears to have left the door open to dropping the most controversial element of his government's $6 billion superannuation package, while pointing out the "vast bulk" of it had been accepted.
Peter Hannam With the clock ticking down on the controversial Ranger mine, government oversight is being cut.
Josh Gordon The parlous state of the federal budget could cost Victoria its coveted AAA credit rating.