Prime Minister Scott Morrison should reprimand the former defence minister for taking a job that breaches the code of standards for lobbying after leaving office, Centre Alliance senator Rex Patrick says.
The US and China are at each other's throats over trade and so-called technology "theft" — and the consequences are slowly choking investment and economic growth around the world, writes Greg Jennett.
In his first Summit meeting since being re-elected, Scott Morrison secures a "working dinner" with Donald Trump and his most trusted advisers in Osaka, Japan, on the eve of this year's G20 talks.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison will warn the global trading system is under real pressure as the relationship between China and the US continues to deteriorate.
The One Nation leader's anger at a lack of communication from Coalition Senate leader Mathias Cormann highlights a tough road ahead for the Government as it readies to push its tax cut plan when the new Parliament kicks off, writes Michelle Grattan.
Prime Minister has claimed that his cabinet contains a record for representation of women. RMIT ABC Fact Check runs the numbers.
The Coalition's election victory was born in a "sliding doors" moment almost 12 months ago when a matter of votes could have swayed May's election outcome, writes Tom Iggulden.
Following the Coalition's election victory, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced his new ministry.
Scott Morrison reshuffles his Cabinet to stamp his renewed authority, with Melissa Price no longer the environment minister, while Arthur Sinodinos will replace Joe Hockey as US ambassador.
Consistent polling errors over the past few years could have created a "parallel universe" in Australian politics says long-time Labor party pollster John Utting.