Billionaire businessman and former federal MP Clive Palmer abandons his plan to contest the country's most marginal seat, instead throwing himself into the race for the Senate.
Labor unveils a $115 million plan for Indigenous health, pledging nearly a quarter of that spending to help address the alarming rate of youth suicide.
The highly provocative material includes stunts during the federal election campaign, such as performing in blackface and burning of the Quran, to attract global attention and help Senator Anning.
Sarah Hanson-Young says her party will be pushing Bill Shorten to get serious about climate action if he emerges victorious on May 18, expecting a Labor Lower House to turn to The Greens for control of the Senate.
The head of Adani Australia says he does not believe a Shorten government poses a risk to the company's proposed Carmichael coal mine in central Queensland.
The tax policies announced so far by the federal Labor Party are projected to raise billions of dollars. But what will Bill Shorten spend the money on?
The Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten will face off in an election debate to be held in Perth later this month — the first ever to be held in Western Australia.
A recording of comments made by the Liberal candidate for the Victorian seat of Chisholm appearing to describe LGBTI issues as "ridiculous rubbish" emerges after claiming yesterday that stories about it were "fake news" and not representative of her own views.
In Tasmania, the northern seats will again be the ones to watch after the Liberals' "three amigos" were wiped out in the last election, with Bass and Braddon of particular interest, Ellen Coulter writes.