“If Olympic Dam goes we’re stuffed. This is all we have, everything else is on the skids with no prospect of improvement.”
Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr has seemingly taken a swipe at Tony Abbott, saying any talk of an 'anglosphere' is risky.
Union boss Paul Howes says he won't be intimidated by Woolworths' "legal threats and bully-boy tactics" over the union's petrol campaign.
Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu says he has never sought to brawl with Prime Minister Julia Gillard over the NDIS.
The Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security has told the heads of Australia's foreign intelligence posts that out of sight isn't out of mind.
The husband of former NSW Premier Kristina Keneally, Ben Keneally, has won Labor preselection for the Botany mayoralty.
With the Labor caucus howling over poor polls, Prime Minister Julia Gillard's tough edge has won praise from Wolverine star Hugh Jackman.
The Honours and Awards Tribunal has concluded its inquiry into a proposal to award the Victoria Cross retrospectively to 13 servicemen.
An employer of people with disabilities says it would be a tragedy if the NDIS failed to get off the ground.
Anne Ruston has won a bitter Liberals preselection battle in South Australia to replace Senator Mary Jo Fisher, who is quitting politics.
Australian Workers' Union boss Paul Howes says his union supports Prime Minister Julia Gillard.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill says Australians are sick of politicans who can't agree on key issues.
Inflation appears under control, so the central bank is unlikely to cut official interest rate when its board meets on the first Tuesday in August.
Campbell Newman has confirmed reports he had offered to back the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) if it was paid for by the pay-as-you-go tax system.
Queensland coalition MP Ross Vasta says he is looking forward to a speedy resolution of a federal police probe into a private matter.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard says she is confident there will now be launch sites for the NDIS in Victoria and NSW.
Anna Reynolds, daughter of Henry and Margaret Reynolds, will be the Greens candidate to take on independent Andrew Wilkie in the federal seat of Denison.
The $2 billion plan to privatise two NSW ports will go ahead, Treasure Mike Baird says.
Opposition leader Tony Abbott won't talk about specifics but maintains US officials are concerned about Australia's lower defence spending.