We've got a whole month left to go, kids.
The election campaign on Wednesday involved George Christensen's travel to the Philippines, the prime minister posing with some carrots, and both sides talking about Labor policies.
Two prominent journalists have received legal letters from energy minister Angus Taylor.
Healthcare spending, tax plans, and the Notre Dame cathedral fire dominated the agenda today, but no-one came up with a proper explanation for the way prime ministers sit in front of the TV.
It's because there's an election going on, I think.
Friday saw the two main parties argue over Labor's tax policies and Dutton face criticism over his comments about his opponent Ali France.
We've got five weeks of this, so strap in people.
Imagine what's going to happen when the campaigning actually begins.
Victoria Police said the far-right Australian senator acted in "self-defence" when striking the teenager who broke an egg on his head.
The man's case was heard in the Federal Court of Australia on Thursday. He says his drug convictions should not mean his visa is cancelled.
The government said reopening the centre was vital after changes to refugee medical transfer laws — but nobody has been transferred there.
There was way more stuff about ants than I think any of us anticipated.
The government plans to spend $185 million on reopening Christmas Island detention centre... and then closing it again.
“It is a national tragedy that we lose so many people to suicide and that so many people live a life of quiet desperation.”
"The premier has never said she was the overall dux of her school," a spokesperson told BuzzFeed News.
A Politician Told His Colleagues To "Shut Up" And It Was Actually The Most Mature Thing Anyone Said Or Did
A guy who is not the deputy prime minister announced he was the elected deputy prime minister and then it all kicked off.
Joyce has sparked tensions within his own party with a push for more government support for coal power.
The last refugee children detained on Nauru flew to the United States this week. Here’s how one family started their new life in Colorado.
The final four refugee children held on Nauru flew to the US for resettlement on Wednesday.
Here are the details on the suppression order barring reporting on George Pell's guilty verdict – and why several Australian journalists are now facing prosecution.
He said an older Australian man – dubbed Mr X – forced him to use the false identity after adopting him and taking away his Fijian passport.
This takes me back to the great Pistol and Boo saga of 2015, when an Australian government minister threatened to kill Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's dogs.
A huge fortnight in Australian politics has been dominated by debate on refugees, asylum seekers and border security. Here's what you should know.
Warren Mundine took the idea to Indigenous affairs minister Nigel Scullion's office, which passed it on to the Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet, Senate Estimates heard on Friday.
Former Liberal deputy leader Julie Bishop says she won't recontest her seat at the next election, because she thinks the government will win.
A Business That Got 17 Government-Paid Interns But Employed None Has Been Kicked Out Of The PaTH Program
JWM Communications got $17,000 from the government and has not responded to a request to pay the money back, Senate Estimates heard.
In 34 cases, sick refugees and asylum seekers were only transferred following a court order.
When asked if she told police that her staff member had leaked to the media, Cash said "they did not ask".
"You’ve got to do better. And we’ll try and help you do better now."
"The water will die, the grass will die, the tree will die. There will be rocks and dirt, that’s all. There will be nothing left, not even birds."
BuzzFeed News broke the story last year that Keenan's office was involved.
Opposition and crossbench politicians in Australia teamed up to defeat the government and usher in changes to how refugees detained offshore receive medical treatment.
The Christmas Island centre closed late last year, after just over a decade of operation.
Under parliamentary privilege, Hanson said six staffers for the senator had been paid out for unfair dismissal in this term of parliament.
Scott Morrison's response: "Votes will come and go. They do not trouble me."
David De Garis has admitted to calling "several media outlets" ahead of the AFP raid on the AWU.
“I respectfully decline to answer on the grounds it may incriminate me,” he told the court.
The refugee footballer was greeted by a large crowd at Melbourne airport on Tuesday.
13 Young Indigenous People Killed Themselves In The Kimberley And A Coroner Found Intergenerational Trauma Was To Blame
The youngest was 10 years old.
The international medical charity is launching a tele-health service to keep treating its former patients on Nauru.
"Wrongdoing is not denounced by issuing a media release," commissioner Kenneth Hayne said.
“It’s finally a win for humanity, but it shouldn’t have taken so long."
Warren Mundine is now the Liberal candidate for Gilmore at the upcoming federal election.
A replica of HMS Endeavour will spend 14 months circumnavigating Australia to mark the 250th anniversary of Cook's first voyage.
The Coalition says Labor's negative gearing policy will push up rents. Labor says it won't.
Nice work if you can get it.
Here's what's the go with the faux pair.
The businessman and political party leader has sent millions of unsolicited text messages to Australians in the past week.