It's hard to know how many lives Carly Ryan has saved, how many childhoods she has kept intact.
Fergus Hunter Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has conveyed Labor's concern about Israel's construction of settlements in occupied territories to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a meeting he described as "warm and productive".
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent The RSL's largest state district has pleaded with NSW Veterans' Affairs Minister David Elliott to step in and dissolve the state council in the most substantial grassroots revolt yet over the financial scandals plaguing the leadership.
Amy Remeikis Powerful government backbencher says only a return to Australian values will stop Coalition voters from drifting to One Nation.
Mark Kenny National Affairs Editor Labor's proposed method to achieve a 50 per cent renewable energy quota for Australia by 2030 would cost billions more than previously understood, modelling commissioned by the Turnbull government has found.
Mark Kenny Civil war has broken out in the federal parliamentary Liberal Party, and more importantly, within the government of Australia.
Tony Wright Boris Johnson works hard to appear as if he has just got out of bed after a rough night. Enter Australia's Foreign Minister, Julie Bishop.
Mark Kenny National Affairs Editor An attempt by Tony Abbott to drag the Liberal Party to the political right appears to have backfired spectacularly as former Abbott loyalists broke ranks in disgust at comments they viewed as rank disloyalty to the party and an attempt to deliberately damage Malcolm Turnbull.
Peter Martin Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe has no plans to cut interest rates, and worries that he did he would make an already indebted nation "more fragile".