"This is business as usual," Malcolm Turnbull declared this morning, as he defended the decision to release a set of broad terms of reference for a climate change policy review that has been Coalition policy for years.
Heath Aston Groups representing trainers, jockeys and breeders are calling for federal government oversight of the multi-billion-dollar racing industry as tensions in the sector flare at an 11th-hour move to reinstall retiring NSW racing kingmaker John Messara on the board of the national regulator, Racing Australia.
Michael Koziol Embattled One Nation senator Rod Culleton has given the strongest indication yet he will quit Pauline Hanson's One Nation party if he survives a High Court challenge to his eligibility to serve in Parliament.
Michael Koziol Since leaving the top job at David Jones two years ago, Paul Zahra has had a lot more time to work on his passions. Now he needs something else: money.
Lindsay Murdoch A Cambodian court has rejected an appeal by an Australian victim of an internet dating scam against her 23-year jail sentence on heroin smuggling charges.
Michael Koziol "He's not a team player at all. We can't work with him, you can't reason with him," the One Nation leader says.
Paul McGeough Physically, it was in well-heeled Chevy Chase, where Connecticut and Nebraska Avenues cross, that the cops captured a gunman after he opened fire in the Comet Ping Pong pizzeria on Sunday.
Deborah Snow Natasha Stott Despoja says her three years as Australian Ambassador for Women and Girls have been confronting at time, showing her the best and worst of humanity
Latika Bourke He is London's most prominent advocate of cycling but Boris has been forced to give up his bike.
Peter Martin Financial market analysts believe the economy went backwards immediately after the July election, ending 5 years of continuous growth and calling into question the government's repeated promise to "deliver jobs and growth".