Within days of Federal Parliament's historic vote making it easier for refugees and asylum seekers to get medical help in Australia, the Pacific nation creates new laws that ban referrals from online consultations.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has a new weapon in its armoury: a new font, which the ABC can reveal came during the royal commission and cost taxpayers more than $100,000.
Emails obtained by the ABC show senior officials were left scrambling to contain the fallout from Prime Minister Scott Morrison's decision to review the location of Australia's embassy in Israel.
Huang Xiangmo and his companies gave millions to Australia's major political parties but his bid for an Australian passport has been denied.
The ABC obtains a cache of letters and emails sent to the Indigenous Affairs Minister about Australia Day, with most — including one from a young girl who said "it's the day we stole Australia from the Aboriginal people" — urging the Government to move the day from January 26.
One of the most senior women in the Morrison Government announces she is quitting politics at the next election, joining a string of Liberal women departing the party.
Kelly O'Dwyer announces she is quitting politics at the next election, joining a string of Liberal women who are departing the Party.
Child sex offenders could have their names and photos uploaded to a public register in what is being described as the "toughest crackdown on paedophiles" in Australian history.
In a bid to improve results in the classroom, Tanya Plibersek says a Labor government would restrict entry to the top 30 per cent of students if the education sector does not take action sooner.
The Federal Government insists Islamic State poster boy Neil Prakash was a dual national and eligible to be stripped of his Australian citizenship. But the Pacific nation says Prakash "does not quality" and will not be allowed on Fijian soil, heightening a standoff between the two nations.