The most shocking thing in the treasury analysis delivered to Scott Morrison on January 25 isn't the finding that a cut in income tax funded by a lift in the goods and services tax would boost the economy not at all.
Daniel Flitton Just how exposed is Australia to the dangerous dance in the South China Sea?
Matthew Knott He's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal politics. But Andrew Robb's real legacy is not the most obvious.
Mark Kenny Malcolm Turnbull has ended his most tumultuous day as Prime Minister with a new Deputy Prime Minister, another minister hanging on by his fingernails, and the pressing need for an unscheduled reshuffle expected within days.
Judith Ireland The Senate's community affairs committee is not usually one associated with fireworks.
Peter Hannam The Senate has grilled CSIRO chief executive Larry Marshall for two hours over the number and process of scientist job cuts.
Heath Aston The Coalition's $1 billion work for the dole scheme has improved the probability that an unemployed person will find a job by just two percentage points, a government-commissioned review has found.
David Wroe Several Australian Federal Police officers have contracted Zika virus – the subject of a global health emergency – while on deployment overseas, including in the Solomon Islands to Australia's north.
Rachel Browne A training manual for new Catholic bishops has advised that they are "not necessarily" required to report suspected clerical child abuse to the police.