A Senate hearing is told the agency at the centre of Barnaby Joyce's controversial decentralisation scheme has convinced just eight of 170 staff to move from Canberra to Armidale.
Michelle Landry concedes Barnaby Joyce is likely to become the party's leader again, but insists there is no appetite for change right now, despite pressure on current leader Michael McCormack.
The businesswoman who accused Barnaby Joyce of sexually harassing her says she hopes her experience will improve the way all political parties deal with complaints of sexual harassment.
The woman who filed a sexual harassment claim against former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce says she is dismayed that the National Party has made no determination about the complaint.
Barnaby Joyce and Tony Abbott have been asked to serve as special envoys under Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Here's what that means and why they've been given the job.
The Prime Minister's jobs offers may have been a clever way to keep these two former leaders busy and put their abilities to use, but their could be consequences under the Constitution, writes Luke Beck.
Former prime minister Tony Abbott makes a last-ditch bid to derail the Coalition's plan for a National Energy Guarantee, with fellow backbencher Barnaby Joyce also signalling he could cross the floor to vote against it.
Ms Turnbull is weaving the extraordinary saga of this first term MP into the government's familiar narrative about Mr Shorten — that he doesn't tell the truth and his workers-friend credentials are phoney, writes Michelle Grattan.
The lawyer acting for Catherine Marriott has expressed disappointment the Nationals are yet to finalise a response to a complaint of alleged sexual harassment against the former deputy prime minister.
The only anomaly mentioned in an independent audit is one trip where the former deputy PM's media adviser stayed an extra night in Sydney to recover from an illness.