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Malcolm Turnbull outlaws relationships between ministers and employees after revelations of his deputy Barnaby Joyce’s affair with his press secretary, who is pregnant.
Australia's High Court has begun hearing a legal challenge against the government's plan to hold a postal vote on whether to legalise same-sex marriage
Aboriginal community leaders in Australia’s Northern Territory are using the power of political art to spread protest messages about losing control
Pauline Hanson criticised after turning up to the Australian senate covered in the full-face veil.
Larissa Waters, who made the headlines for breastfeeding in the Australian parliament, has resigned after realising she is a dual national.
Australia's reconciliation process with its Aboriginal community takes another step forwards with NSW deciding to fly indigenous flags permanently
The Greens senator made headlines in May this year as the first woman to breastfeed within Federal Parliament
The premier, whose popularity in the polls has been sliding, was recorded alluding to Trump's links with Russia at an off-the-record press ball in Canberra.
The head of an Australian inquiry into aboriginal boys being abused in detention has resigned.
Australia’s prime minister has declared a narrow victory on the eighth day of vote counting in marathon federal elections.
Saturday's general election is too close to call and vote counting won't resume until Tuesday.
Exit polls show the ruling conservatives neck and neck with the Labor opposition party.
Voters are going to the polls in Australia in a tightly contested general election – after a period of political turmoil that has seen several changes of prime…
There’s no such thing as bad publicity, the saying goes.
Australia’s election campaign was hijacked on Friday by police raids on the Labor opposition, over a suspected leak of documents citing cost blow-outs in a multi-billion dollar broadband upgrade, spar
Australia’s conservative Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has called a surprise early election on July 2. He used a rare political tool to dissolve
No more speculation Australia goes to the polls on July 2.
Papua New Guinea’s Supreme Court has ruled that Australia’s practice of detaining asylum seekers on Manus Island is illegal and must stop. Under