The most widely cited figure in the robo-debt debate is wrong. The true number of mistakes is perhaps as high as 90 per cent.
David Wroe, national security correspondent Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has acknowledged foreign agents may be trying to gather compromising material on individual Australian politicians through cyber attacks, while a Labor MP has said parliamentarians themselves are the "weakest link".
Noel Towell 'Appeals in our office are at record numbers and no-one is doing them.'
Mark Kenny, chief political correspondent Malcolm Turnbull has unleashed a ferocious attack on Bill Shorten, branding him "the greatest example of opposition gutlessness in generations".
Michael Koziol, political reporter A 31-year-old man detained at Australia's offshore processing centre on Manus Island has been charged with raping a young woman in the provincial centre of Lorengau, Papua New Guinea police said.
Matthew Knott Labor accuses the PM of putting political gain ahead of national security via a newspaper story.
Michael Koziol Australia will attempt to salvage what is left of the moribund Trans Pacific Partnership after US President Donald Trump used his first full day of business to formally withdraw from the free trade deal, as he had long promised.
Fergus Hunter The Trans-Pacific Partnership, dead as we know it ten years after negotiations began, was designed to create major changes in the economies of the 12 signatory countries, including Australia.
Latika Bourke It's the global ranking Australians don't want.
Matthew Knott The peak body representing Australian universities has urged the Turnbull government not to pursue a "dramatic overhaul" of the nation's higher education system because only minor changes are needed.