The voters of Australia don't always agree with the immigration policies of the party they support. Though there's one clear exception.
One Nation's NRA meetings have left the Liberals in a bind over preferences that has put state ranks offside. Can Scott Morrison hold his party together? asks Michelle Grattan.
Several MPs in the Liberal Party say they are disappointed it has taken so long for the party to put One Nation behind Labor. But instead blaming Morrison, they point the finger at the Queensland LNP who they say had to be dragged kicking and screaming to this position, writes Patricia Karvelas
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announces the Liberals will preference One Nation below the Labor Party, after footage of Pauline Hanson appears to show her questioning the Port Arthur massacre.
There are renewed calls for the Coalition to preference One Nation last at the federal election following revelations the party's leader Pauline Hanson appeared to question the 1996 Port Arthur massacre, which left 35 people dead after a gunman went on a rampage in Tasmania.
Two undercover reporters hired by Al-Jazeera to investigate America's most powerful gun lobby group spent more than two years accumulating hundreds of hours of hidden camera footage, writes executive producer Peter Charley.
One Nation's Queensland party leader is heard boasting about how easy he found it to change laws, joking about what he'd do if he was rich and bemoaning Muslim immigration in dozens of conversations captured by an Al Jazeera covert investigation.
Secret footage recorded during an Al Jazeera investigation has revealed senior One Nation figures met with representatives of one of America's richest companies last year to discuss possible political funding. These are the brothers behind the multi-billion-dollar empire.