Barnaby Joyce wishes he hadn’t found out on Twitter that he’d been dropped as drought envoy.
Scott Morrison will move rapidly to mark the Pacific as his top strategic priority.
Bill Shorten is set to be a frontbencher in Anthony Albanese’s team.
Scott Morrison has drawn sharp new priorities for his government with the overhaul setting a number of historic precedents.
A fundamental shift in the power balance of the Liberal Party is under way.
Arthur Sinodinos will take over as Australian ambassador in Washington while Mitch Fifield heads to the UN.
Stuart Robert has been elevated into cabinet and will oversee the rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Labor’s Shayne Neumann, a key architect of the controversial medevac bill, has urged his party to stick with the policy.
Ken Wyatt has been elevated to the first Aboriginal Minister for Indigenous Australians.
Plans for a new lower emissions coal plant in Queensland will be fast-tracked by Energy Minister Angus Taylor.
Victoria has commissioned the building of 17 new public schools as part of a record $2.8bn investment in school education.
The new Labor leader will need to junk many of the things he has believed in.
Nationals MPs are demanding a “please explain” after they failed to pick up an extra portfolio.
NSW has indicated it could follow Queensland, as Victoria explores ways of easing the burden on landlords.
PNG has blasted the federal government’s administration of $580m-per-year in development assistance as COVID-19 hits Pacific communities.
Under-fire NSW minister has had a guest at his Central Coast holiday home for the past three weeks in spite of strict social distancing and isolation restrictions.
Greg Hunt issues a warning ahead of the Easter long weekend as nation records lowest day of infections in weeks.
Scott Morrison’s transformation from daggy dad to big daddy disquiets both conservatives and Labor, which struggles for the right pitch in its quest for relevance.
The coronavirus will cost the University of Sydney almost half a billion dollars this year, according to its vice-chancellor
Gladys Berejiklian refuses to sack NSW minister Don Harwin for flouting social isolation rules and working from his holiday home.
Richard Goyder has questioned the six-month business hibernation strategy and wants a swifter relaxing of restrictions.
Payments of $1500 a fortnight will flow to six million Australians next month as $130bn JobKeeper scheme passed by parliament.
There’s never been a more exciting time to find out which of our federal politicians are ‘essential’ or ‘non-essential’ to democracy!
State governments have clinched deals to guarantee funding to private hospitals, which will be fully integrated with the public system.
Australia will ramp up support for the Pacific’s coronavirus response after Pacific nations activated crisis provisions in a regional security pact.
Doctors have warned against easing social restrictions too soon, saying herd immunity will lead to a surge in COVID-19 deaths.
Health Minister Greg Hunt has pledged to begin lifting social distancing restrictions ‘wherever we can’ but warned it is ‘not going to happen yet’.
A staggering 30,000 Queenslanders were forecast to die from the coronavirus if the state failed to contain the outbreak, says Annastacia Palaszczuk.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has cautioned against easing social-distancing laws too soon, citing the US as a cautionary tale.
The GetUp activist group has claimed credit for winning billions in government relief spending to combat the coronavirus crisis.
While everyone talked about co-operation and team Australia, the Coalition and Labor were actually talking about different things.
Fair Work president Iain Ross will consider an ACTU bid to give thousands of frontline workers a new entitlement to paid pandemic leave.
S&P has become the first ratings agency to warn it could cut the government’s prized AAA credit rating if the economy fails to bounce back quickly.
Local governments may shed 45,000 jobs in coming months because of their inability to access aid such as the JobKeeper scheme.
Gold Coast beaches have been reserved for locals only for the Easter weekend as tensions mount in NSW over Queenslanders taking advantage of surf south of the closed state border.