Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces a fresh outbreak of party disunity over climate policy, with backbench MPs questioning the timing and scope of a formal review of the Direct Action plan.
Stephanie Peatling The United Nations' expert on racism says Australia must confront the rise of hard right and racist views or risk them becoming mainstream.
Matthew Knott Some of the ABC's most prominent presenters have urged their colleagues not to resist change.
Fergus Hunter Upon hearing the news of New Zealand Prime Minister John Key's impending resignation, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull sent his counterpart a short message: "Say it ain't so, bro!"
Tom McIlroy Former prime minister Tony Abbott has suggested Malcolm Turnbull is caving in to the Greens.
Peter Hannam Watch out for some 'taking out the trash' of unhelpful climate news.
Amy Remeikis Brian Burston was there when it all went wrong for Hanson and One Nation twenty years ago.
Tom McIlroy The Turnbull government is set to kill off the Green Army, Tony Abbott's much-hyped environmental project, as it looks to find savings of more than $350 million in this month's budget update.
Matthew Knott There is no compelling case to cut funding to "over-funded" private schools and redistribute the money to disadvantaged schools, Labor education spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek says.
James Massola, Adam Morton A long-awaited review of Australia's climate policies could recommend a form of carbon pricing for power companies, but will focus on electricity price rises, energy security and cutting greenhouse gas emissions, according to Environment and Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg.
Sydney, the Illawarra and much of the state's north will have a very high fire danger on Friday, ...