The nation pauses to remember the former prime minister, who has been remembered as one of Australia's most significant political figures following his death last month at the age of 89.
Following the election, Labor frontbencher Joel Fitzgibbon described the debate surrounding the Adani mine in Queensland as "crazy", saying that a mine just as big had been approved in the state during the campaign. Is he correct?
In 2013, a Chinese-Australian association donated $100,000 to Chris Bowen's election campaign, with $5,000 of the donation transferred to NSW Labor MP Chris Minns as "moving expenses".
Labor's frontbench is a puzzle of gender equality, talent and factional juggling. Not everyone is a winner, writes Michelle Grattan.
It's the question that won't go away and part of the reason for the confusion is that Anthony Albanese has changed how he says his surname throughout the course of his own life, writes Tiger Webb.
Former prime minister Kevin Rudd says he had always been one of the "biggest opponents" of the "factional dimension of Labor politics" and there should be room for both Ed Husic and Kristina Keneally in the new shadow cabinet.