Two Australian lawyers, barred from entering Papua New Guinea after preparing to represent authorities in a corruption case against PNG Prime Minister Peter O'Neill, will learn their fate on Thursday.
Debbie Cuthbertson It's not uncommon to feel a little disoriented after leaving the Spiegeltent, long a late-night staple of the Melbourne Festival. Yet festivalgoers might feel a little out of place before they even enter the big tent from tonight's festival opening.
James Massola, Mark Hawthorne Victorian Liberal president Michael Kroger has credited Malcolm Turnbull with a dramatic turnaround in the party's fortunes, telling an exclusive party fundraiser the switch of leader meant just one federal seat - rather than six under Tony Abbott - was now at risk.
Judith Ireland Australia is often praised for its quality of life, but a new report has singled out the lucky country as one of the best places to die in the world.
Alana Schetzer If you woke up today, October 7, than you should consider yourself lucky – you survived a would-be apocalypse.
Nicole Hasham The Australian government asked Nauru to establish a detention camp, organised a perimeter fence to keep people inside and effectively controls the detention of asylum seekers at Nauru, the High Court heard on Wednesday.
Matthew Knott Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has told Christopher Pyne to release his "inner revolutionary" as Industry Minister and not to worry about the cost of big new ideas to make Australia's economy more innovative.
Nassim Khadem Uber and Airbnb have revealed in submissions to a federal inquiry that they route profit through companies in the Netherlands and Ireland, where taxes are lower.
Noel Towell But Federal Court makes no ruling on alleged "bias sarcasm and aggression" towards ATO official.