The latest Islamic State magazine has issued a vicious and detailed call to "lone wolf" followers to stab, shoot, poison and run over Australians at iconic places such as Bondi Beach and the MCG.
Michael Bachelard Ignore the alliteration, the scary part of the Islamic State call for attacks on Bondi, Brunswick and beyond is the author's detailed local knowledge.
James Massola, Heath Aston, Philip Wen Embattled Labor Senator Sam Dastyari has broken his silence over the Chinese payments furore, declaring he made a "mistake" by allowing his legal and travel bills to be picked up by donors.
Fergus Hunter, Matthew Knott Australia's major political parties would see the vast majority of high-value donations vanish if only individuals on the electoral roll are allowed to donate, according to analysis of Australian Electoral Commission disclosures.
Cameron Houston Melbourne terrorist Ezzit Raad has funded and fought for Islamic State, and after his recent death in Syria, now provides the inspiration for further terrorist attacks on Australian soil.
Tom McIlroy Minister Angus Taylor says the Liberal Party is at risk of losing government if it does not embrace democratisation and warned against the behaviour of party powerbrokers.
James Massola, Chief Political Reporter The Finance Department splashed nearly $3 million on office fit outs for federal MPs in 2015, including close to half-a-million dollars for an office former Treasurer Joe Hockey used for less than three months.
Heath Aston They're getting the band back together in Canberra.
James Massola Embattled Labor Senator Sam Dastyari has discussed resigning from the opposition front bench to end the furore over his links to Chinese donors.
Chris Johnston, Tammy Mills The Tromp family have asked for privacy as they try to recover from their ordeal. But reporters and readers alike are curious. So what now? Do we leave the family to it, or pick over the entrails still more?