Voters in a southeast Melbourne electorate have captured the attention of Australia's most important politicians as a tough but crucial by-election looms.
Scott Morrison is set to deliver his final speech to parliament before his retirement from federal politics.
The coalition has flagged a tax policy that would let people keep more of what they earn if elected as it prepares to support Labor's revamped reforms.
Opponents of a homebuyer scheme that would split upfront costs with the government are being urged to back the plan to help more people buy their first house.
The federal government is set to investigate allegations of misconduct at the Anindilyakwa Land Council after a damning audit.
The Liberals have promised to "rip up" a hydro ministerial charter, which they say focuses on exporting energy to the mainland, if elected for a fourth term.
Australia's busiest airport is set for reforms to boost competition and give travellers a better chance of reaching their destination as scheduled.
A Tasmanian election candidate who's against vaccination mandates represents the Liberal party's "broad church" of views, Premier Jeremy Rockliff says.
Iron ore and copper giant Rio Tinto has reported a fall in profit on lower commodity prices and warns the future of aluminium depends on the energy rollout.
As corporations begin limiting pandemic-era work arrangements, the government is examining whether Australian workers should have a right to work from home.
Higher interest rates are a double-edged sword for wannabe home buyers - shortening the time to save for a deposit but pushing up mortgage repayments.
Due to unprecedented threats, ASIO says secrecy provisions for intelligence personnel should be tougher to deter unauthorised disclosures to foreign actors.
Tasmania's Liberal party has formally unveiled its team of candidates for the upcoming state election, including former senator and conservative Eric Abetz.
A major database holding images and home addresses of one in four Australians is decades old but replacing it has been plagued by issues, a report has found.
Respected Aboriginal leader Lowitja O'Donoghue will be honoured at a South Australian state funeral in March, a month after her death.
Woolworths chief executive Brad Banducci will resign by September after facing increased scrutiny over the pricing and a lack of supermarket competition.
Two months after Cyclone Jasper brought record flooding to far north Queensland, residents of the community of Wujal Wujal are still waiting to return home.
An overhaul of the navy's combat fleet will make it the most lethal in history, its chief says, but concerns remain about its capability in the short term.
The prime minister has again gone on the offensive after Peter Dutton's latest attack on Labor's record on border security, accusing him of "making things up".
As the prime minister decried people smugglers following recent boat arrivals, human rights groups have called for changes to immigration policies.
Australia's opposition leader is backing Israel as it prepares for a ground offensive in southern Gaza despite warnings from leaders of a looming catastrophe.
Independent Senator Lidia Thorpe has called for an urgent inquiry into Indigenous Land Councils after the release of a damning audit.
Authorities are investigating after 30 men from Pakistan and Bangladesh arrived in the Kimberley on an asylum seeker boat.
More than 2000 homes will go under the hammer on Saturday, a 13 per cent surge from the same weekend in 2023.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has labelled Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny a "courageous force for democracy" after reports of his death.
The prime minister has accused the opposition of undermining Australia's border protection regime after the arrival of an asylum seeker boat in WA.
A new registry could prevent fraudsters sending text messages using registered brand names in the latest government crackdown on scammers.
Australia has sent a record amount of agricultural exports to China as trade barriers fall following a thawing of relations between the two countries.
Anthony Albanese has accused Peter Dutton of using "overblown rhetoric" following boat arrivals in Western Australia.
A Victorian jury found Di Sanh Duong guilty of planning to engage in foreign influence by handing a $37,000 cheque over to a minister for a hospital donation.
A re-elected Liberal government in Tasmania would cap spending on a contentious stadium linked to the state's deal for an AFL team, leader Jeremy Rockliff says.