Pauline Hanson's One Nation party has been hit by another MP defection, with one of its three West Australian parliamentarians quitting to sit as an independent.
Labor is calling for Prime Minister Scott Morrison to sack Liberal candidate Jeremy Hearn after a recent social media post surfaced that revealed controversial opinions he now says are "not right".
A tearful Pauline Hanson says the strip club scandal involving former One Nation Senate candidate Steve Dickson has been used to unfairly attack her political party.
Day 19 of the federal election campaign ends with the Prime Minister distancing himself from the National Party's approach to dealing with Pauline Hanson's party.
Queensland One Nation leader Steve Dickson has created something of a historic moment by quitting the party before election to public office, rather than after as has become traditional, writes Annabel Crabb.
Brandishing a pencil as their weapon of choice, some voters will attempt to slaughter the hopes of the major parties by lodging an "up yours" on their voting ballot — but will the protest vote impact the election outcome?
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.
Two former Senate colleagues are engaged in a war of words, with the United Australia Party's Brian Burston levelling sexual harassment allegations at One Nation leader Pauline Hanson.
The One Nation leader says she "would not condemn as racist" the North Sentinelese tribe who are known for attacking any unknown visitors, adding that their culture and way of life needs to be protected.
Federal Labor candidate Justine Keay wins the Braddon by-election in Tasmania, according to ABC election analyst Antony Green.