As the satirical Bald Archy Prize exhibition opens in Canberra, its founder celebrates humour over hate in a year of unrelenting political drama.
Four months after losing the leadership spill he instigated, Peter Dutton breaks his silence in an extraordinary spray at former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Turnbull's observations on energy policy provided abundant material for a question time attack by Labor bloated from dining on the unending manna that's been flowing from political heaven, writes Michelle Grattan.
The former prime minister urges his colleagues not to "capitulate" to threats from Liberal backbencher Craig Kelly, while also saying he planned to call a March 2 election before being ousted from the nation's top job.
Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says "freedom matters" in response to the stir over him following an anti-Tony Abbott Instagram account.
Malcolm Turnbull's Q&A appearance reignites tensions within the Liberal Party, with frontbencher Christopher Pyne declaring Cabinet colleagues "have to be responsible" for their actions in ousting the former prime minister.
Normally, a government that has had such a by-election loss and was trailing in polls across the country might have pause for thought. Not this one, writes Laura Tingle.
A storm is brewing in Sydney's fanciest suburbs, where some lifelong Liberal voters have told the ABC they are preparing to break ranks for the first time at the looming Wentworth by-election.
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.