Liberal MPs say Tony Abbott has damaged his standing among Coalition conservatives after an extraordinary, days-long public fight with Malcolm Turnbull - and ministers Peter Dutton and Michael Keenan - over a ban on the Adler shotgun.
Tony Wright A court is being asked for access to the final piece of one of the most intriguing puzzles of modern history: what did the Queen know, and when?
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent RSL New South Wales councillors including the now national president Rod White may have broken the law by receiving shares in nearly $1 million in consulting fees while holding voluntary positions in the veterans group, according to legal advice.
Lindsay Murdoch Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte insulted and mocked Americans during a strongly anti-US speech in China's Great Hall of the People.
Benjamin Preiss Australia's police ministers have failed to reach a unanimous agreement to reclassify the controversial Adler shotgun, leaving the import ban on the firearm in place.
Noel Towell Another 7 million calls simply "abandoned".
Fergus Hunter Labor frontbencher Patrick Dodson has panned the government's inaction on the incarceration crisis facing Aboriginal communities, zeroing in on Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion's "appalling demonstration of ignorance" during a Senate committee hearing.
Amy Remeikis David Leyonhjelm once said he would be happy to let police "lie on the side of the road and bleed to death".
Robert Crawford A Bomaderry man took disposing of evidence to a new level when he ate cannabis he had hidden up his bum before he could be properly searched by police, a court has heard.
Ian Audsley, Grant Blackley and Andrew Lancaster* The regional TV industry, like Bill Murray’s weatherman in Groundhog Day, is trapped in a seemingly endless time loop.