He has a kind face that hides his bitter resolve to bring justice to his beloved AWU members...
Independent MPs Rob Oakeshott and Tony Windsor say an early election is on the cards if Labor MPs don't focus on policy instead of infighting.
Opposition Treasury spokesman Joe Hockey says Ford's axing of 440 jobs in Victoria is because Australians aren't buying locally-made cars.
Opposition frontbencher Christopher Pyne says journalists' sources must be protected to stop their craft "grinding to a halt".
That unions are still playing with the possibility of Kevin Rudd's return is indicative of their hostility to Gillard.
Federal police have finalised their investigation into allegations Speaker Peter Slipper misused taxi vouchers and have sent material to prosecutors.
The Australian Taxation Office has revealed it will target occupations with high work-related expense claims in the coming year.
Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan says the price of iron ore could have a bearing on the money generated through the MRRT.
The head of Queensland's public sector union says Premier Campbell Newman didn't promise him before the election there would be no public service job cuts.
So union bosses are meeting to decide if and when Kevin Rudd will be reinstated as PM.
Union powerbrokers have contradicted each other over revisiting a Gillard-Rudd leadership showdown.
Opposition frontbencher Christopher Pyne says former PM Kevin Rudd's brother, Queensland senate hopeful Greg, is unlikely to side with Labor.
Greens Immigration spokeswoman, Sarah Hanson-Young has released the minor party's submission to Angus Houston's expert panel on asylum seekers. The panel has been appointed by Julia Gillard to seek a solution to the political impasse over border protection.
Authorities have stopped a boat carrying a suspected 55 asylum seekers off Western Australia.
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chief Rod Sims says supermarket fuel discount dockets could be undermining competition.