Mal Brough says he has always told the truth about his involvement in the sexual harassment case against parliamentary Speaker Peter Slipper.
Melbourne councils are paying up to $850 for a 20-minute welcome-to-country ceremony that should only cost a few hundred dollars, says an elder.
Former Labor premier Steve Bracks axed Victorian governor Sir James Gobbo 12 years ago because he was linked to a Liberal-dominated lunch club.
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott says a lot of people are still worried about the carbon tax, despite the findings of a new poll.
The NSW government says it won't be contributing any more money towards a trial of the NDIS and is calling on the Commonwealth to accepts its offer.
Abbott wrote to Gillard on three separate occasions asking that he be included in a non-partisan push to get the NDIS underway.
The FBEU says NSW government plans to slash $70 million from Fire and Rescue's budget will close stations and put communities at risk.
Border Protection Command says it intercepted a boat full of asylum seekers on Saturday night - the second within 24 hours.
The average growth of household wealth jumped by more than 20 per cent over a six-year period compared to US households which declined by 30 per cent.
Ahead of the release of a report into the government's Fair Work Act, Workplace Relations Minister Bill Shorten says there's no productivity silver bullet.
An inquiry into a helicopter crash in Afghanistan in May 2011, which claimed the life of an Australian soldier begins on Monday.
The fact a boatload of asylum seekers got so close to the WA coastline shows border protection forces are under pressure, the coalition says.
The chairman of the ACCC says the number of companies trying to push up their prices because of the carbon tax is low.
Legislation is being drafted for the NDIS but the funding element won't be enshrined for some time, Disabilities Minister Jenny Macklin says.
Disabilities Minister Jenny Macklin says there is more work to be done between the commonwealth and states before the NDIS funding is made law.
The Liberal National Party has chosen former Howard minister Mal Brough to contest Speaker Peter Slipper's seat of Fisher at the next election.
Border Protection authorities have intercepted a boat carrying around 15 suspected asylum seekers off the coast of Western Australia.
Wayne Swan says Queensland Premier Campbell Newman is being "cold-hearted and callous" in refusing to come on board for a national disability trial.
The Harbour City Ferries consortium has begun the $800 million, seven-year contract to maintain and operate the ferry services.