It's a claim Labor has used throughout the election campaign. But as RMIT ABC Fact Check finds out, it's one that doesn't stack up.
Parking in the wrong spot can be costly, but are current parking signs doing enough to help us? Take our quiz and we'll show you there's a better way.
Katter's Australian Party MP Bob Katter says that when he was first elected and re-elected as an independent in the early 2000s, no independent had ever got re-elected. RMIT ABC Fact Check finds his claim to be wrong.
When considering gender equality, African nation Rwanda doesn't automatically come to mind as a world leader. But it's one of 14 African nations who have greater representation of women than Australia does in the Lower House.
Deputy Liberal Leader Josh Frydenberg says that the newly-minted cabinet sees "additional female representation". RMIT ABC Fact Check finds that claim to be overstated.
We're told the Government has stopped the boats, but asylum seekers do periodically try to come to Australia by sea.
These days, the most common reason for a by-election is the resignation of a sitting member. But that wasn't always the case.
Special Minister of State Mathias Cormann is correct when he says that no government has taken a seat off an opposition at a by-election in 100 years. What does this mean for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten on super Saturday? RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.
You might have already contracted the dreaded lurgy this winter, but for Australia, the data shows that the flu season is just getting started.