Minister’s financial links to stricken energy company ‘not a good look’

An ABC investigation reveals WA Government minister Alannah MacTiernan, who oversaw a failed wave energy project, had long-standing financial links to a closely related company stretching back almost a decade.

Theresa May to seek Brexit extension from EU to chase compromise with Labour party

Prime Minister Theresa May says she will ask the European Union for a further delay to Brexit beyond April 12 to give her time to sit down with the Labour Party in a bid to break the impasse over Britain's departure.

Odds shorten in Labor’s race for WA seats as bookies point to a Liberal loss

As Scott Morrison returns to WA this week, the bookies are providing plenty of reasons for him to be nervous about his fortunes in the west — predicting much more red across the electoral map in the traditionally Liberal stronghold.

Machine guns, mansions, and Muslim immigration: Recordings capture One Nation behind the scenes

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.