Who won week one of the Federal Election campaign?
Unions say stagnant wage growth and increasingly insecure employment conditions have undermined the Coalition's claim to be better economic managers.
The High Court and its judgements have shaped and re-shaped the 45th Parliament, and they're not done just yet.
Should repair of Notre Dame aim to restore the cathedral as accurately as possible or recognise the building as a piece of living culture and preserve its scars, asks Cameron Logan.
The Coalition is claiming there's a $6 billion hole in Labor's cancer treatment plans, citing Health Department costings as evidence.
A report from Deloitte Access Economics has suggested that Labor's revenue measures could lower economic growth.
The Opposition Leader, Bill Shorten, chose to deliver his first campaign speech from the Victorian seat of Deakin, held by Liberal MP Michael Sukkar on a margin of 6.5%.
Greens Leader Richard Di Natale is already calling the election for Labor, but he wants control of the Upper House.
The phony campaign has ended, and the real one is off and running ...
The Federal Opposition accuses the Government of deliberately delaying the election so it can continue to access taxpayer funds for advertising policies and programs.