A legal challenge seeking the transfer of asylum seekers from Manus Island to Australia will be heard in the third week of the campaign ahead of the July 2 double dissolution election.
James Massola, Mark Kenny Treasurer Scott Morrison has declared an end to class warfare in Australian politics during his post-budget sales pitch saying voters were "over the us and them" approach to governing.
Kate Aubusson The parents of a teenage girl killed during an equestrian competition have shared their memories of a "gifted" and "spirited" daughter, and the love she had for her horse.
Timna Jacks You'd think that the staffers of of the most prominent Australian politicians, our Immigration Minister Peter Dutton, would have known by now, that asking a journalist to censor content - and then allowing them to report this - will almost certainly trigger immediate intrigue.
Fergus Hunter Bronwyn Bishop has formally farewelled Parliament and fired a warning shot at former prime minister Tony Abbott over his role in her demise.
Michael Gordon When Melissa Parke arrived in Canberra nine years ago, she committed herself to waging war against indifference in a national Parliament utterly preoccupied with fighting other battles.
Heath Aston, political correspondent The Turnbull Government's $4 billion raid on tax-dodging multinationals appears to amount to little more than the natural dividend of hiring extra staff to the depleted ranks of the Australian Tax Office, according to tax transparency campaigners and Labor.
Lia Timson Mark Zuckerberg has entered unlikely political territory, calling on Brazilians to put pressure on the already embattled government to ensure citizens' democratic rights are upheld.
Clare Kermond Doctors have urged parents to take care using steam vaporisers, after a study found one child each month suffered burns from the popular devices, have of them requiring surgery.
Julia Medew The first time Dylan Raath's knee gave way, he heard an ominous crack. He was running with a football in his hands, got tackled from behind, and twisted his left knee so hard it ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament. Mr Raath remembers the sound of it tearing well.