The prime ministerial rivals have offered Bill Shorten the greatest gift they can, joining forces to get him elected on May 18, writes Brett Worthington.
The former prime minister says the captivating head-and-shoulders painting style was chosen following endless commentary on women's appearances in public life.
The former PM discusses how the Liberal Party could bring more women to Parliament, the revolving door of political leadership, and the importance of having difficult conversations ahead of World Mental Health Day.
Speaking at an event in Manhattan, Malcolm Turnbull says he was the first Australian prime minister to have been in favour of same-sex marriage, and compares himself to his predecessors Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott.
While no-one expects someone to front Malcolm Turnbull over his 30th Newspoll loss today, the signs of leadership tension are already apparent, writes Louise Yaxley.
Julia Gillard predicts it will take 200 years before men and women have equal work and opportunities unless the pace of change speeds up, saying she is frustrated and shakes her head in "wonderment" that the issue is still unresolved.
Former prime minister Julia Gillard says female world leaders use impromptu meetings in bathrooms on the sidelines of major summits to share their frustrations about the shallow way in which they are treated.
It's 10 years now since an Australian prime minister last served a full term in office. Now, we're in much shallower and more turbulent waters, writes Annabel Crabb.
Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard weighs in on the mental state of US president Donald Trump as she steps into the role of Beyond Blue chair.