The dual citizenship saga embroiling federal parliamentarians will not be resolved until at least October, with lawyers for One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts successfully fighting for more time before the disputes are heard in court.
James Massola The federal government has "lost the plot" for suggesting Labor is pursuing the politics of envy, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten says.
Lindsay Murdoch Photographs splashed in the Philippine media of Australia's top overseas spy Nick Warner meeting with President Rodrigo Duterte have raised concerns about Canberra's engagement with the region.
Rachel Browne Here is everything you need to know about having your say on same-sex marriage.
Fergus Hunter Australia's peak legal body has criticised the government's proposed citizenship crackdown, arguing some elements of the package are unnecessary, threaten the nation's social cohesion and hand the immigration minister a concerning amount of power.
Henrietta Cook, Timna Jacks He was a teenager in Year 10 when police officers took him from school and put into the back of a divvy van.
Tom McIlroy The federal government says it's confident existing mail systems will be reliable enough for Australia's overseas military personnel to take part in the postal plebiscite on same-sex marriage.
The Press Council considered a complaint by the Department of Human Services about an article in The Canberra Times on March 30, 2017.
Eryk Bagshaw Gillian Triggs has unloaded on the Turnbull government, accusing it of abusing executive power and manipulating the truth.
Noel Towell Sacking could have serious consequences for CSIRO research effort, says Labor