Former prime minister Kevin Rudd says he had always been one of the "biggest opponents" of the "factional dimension of Labor politics" and there should be room for both Ed Husic and Kristina Keneally in the new shadow cabinet.
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 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.
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.
Former prime minister Kevin Rudd reignites a bitter feud with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, slamming his handling of what Mr Rudd calls the most important question of our times: the rise of China.
On January 31, 2018, ABC News reported on a document prepared in April 2009 for the Strategic Priorities and Budget Committee (SPBC) warning of critical risks in the roll-out of the Energy Efficient Homes Package.
Kevin Rudd is the latest to weigh in on the sarcastic, self-righteous political ruckus over internet speeds and prices. He says Malcolm Turnbull messed up the rollout of the NBN, but the Coalition is calling the former PM a "fantasist".
WA Labor's targeting of UFC fans on Facebook helped Mark McGowan dethrone Colin Barnett, and now the political centre-right are scratching their heads as to how to build their own online groundswell, Andrew Probyn writes.
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.