Home affairs minister Peter Dutton linked the woman's death to Sudanese gangs, but Victoria Police said there was no connection.
"He looked really great. I just really want to know what happened."
The government won't say how many people have opted out in the last week.
BuzzFeed News understands Husar has lost the support of local elders and nearly all of the branches within her electorate, over her alleged behaviour.
Shorten's office said he was only made aware of the five-month investigation when BuzzFeed News asked questions.
Exclusive: NSW Labor has commissioned a barrister to investigate federal Labor MP Emma Husar after a number of former staff made complaints against her.
Australians are discovering when they try to opt out of online health records that they somehow already have one.
The government relied on data showing ambulance callouts had dropped, but they had in fact increased.
Abortion is also against the law in New South Wales.
The former Greens senator reflects on being the first section 44 "domino" in the 45th parliament and why the PM is "bloody dishonest" about other MPs with citizenship issues.
Twelve sick and starved hounds. Nine dead in a mass grave.
Most of the jobs created now for people under 35 are part-time, according to research.
Settle in for a wild ride.
"Finally a man with balls."
He has to apologise in one week – or face a lawsuit.
The woman told a tribunal she had suffered domestic violence at the hands of her ex-husband.
The government of Nauru has refused to issue visas to journalists from the ABC.
"I have an 11-year-old daughter, and boy I hope the world is a better place by the time she enters the workforce," she said.
The practice is widely condemned by medical professionals.
The world is not enough.
They're still wearing the $6.94 disposable painting overalls from Bunnings Warehouse.
[Ron Howard voice] She did.
Security decided her clothing was potentially "protest paraphernalia".
One intern worked 58 hours in a week and got paid $100.
Here's the data from across Australia on just how overrepresented Indigenous kids are in detention.
Senators voted against increasing the cost of citizenship applications from $20 to $285.
The prime minister is far from the only one.
Malcolm Turnbull loves sport.
The Senate president is investigating the incident.
Cox will stay as Corangamite, and Batman will become Cooper.
But we don't know how much it will cost.
But still no word on what's happening with the Titanic II.
But this doesn't mean the bloody tax will be removed.
The Australian government warned the Solomon Islands that there was a security risk in letting Huawei build the cable.
Can I interest you in a pistachio-crusted lamb rack to go with your Harbour views?
At the sites deemed potentially too dangerous, young people were building toilets, weeding and watering.
Fancy some crispy turnip cakes with black vinegar dipping gel?
Adam Easton didn't vote based on his "honestly held" moral code. Is that allowed?
The Bureau of Meteorology has put new restrictions on the broadcast of weather forecasts after staff used them to raise awareness about a pay freeze, and ongoing wage negotiations.
There hasn't been a specific threat that the elections might be compromised, but the government still wants it done.
Despite her fiery press conference last week, Michaelia Cash has yet to apply to the court to have her subpoena set aside.
The company's reported data sharing arrangement with Chinese company Huawei has got local politicians angry.
The bill is co-sponsored by a Nationals MP.
Fixed wireless is a victim of its own success, and NBN doesn't know exactly what to do.
He could do this all day, actually.
The Liberal National Party MP spent thousands of dollars on ads printed in newspapers in Queensland during the postal survey.
John Lloyd last month repeatedly refused to discuss whether he was under investigation over whether he gave special treatment to the Institute of Public Affairs.
A tearful Pauline Hanson spoke of betrayal at the hands of one of her party colleagues on Thursday.
And the average wait time for those who go to a Centrelink office has also increased.