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.
Paul McGeough Republicans reveal themselves to be incapable of delivering on a promise they have been making to Americans for seven years.
Lindsay Murdoch Dili: When invading Indonesian troops parachuted into Dili in1975 Filomena Gomes fled into East Timor's cloud-shrouded mountains and for four years scrounged food and cooked for guerrilla fighters.
Catherine Armitage Australia and China found unprecedented common ground during Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's visit to Australia this week.
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.
Paul McGeough It was a huge gamble by the president and Paul Ryan, who authored the disputed bill - their credibility is as much on the line as that of the congressional rebels.
Adam Morton Calls for an extraordinary government intervention to keep the ailing Hazelwood coal power plant open have been rejected by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, who said its closure would not affect electricity security.
Latika Bourke The Westminster attacker Khalid Masood was born Adrian Russell Ajao and was from Dartford in Kent but took on a number of aliases before his murderous rampage targeting Britain's parliament this week.