Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd’s undeclared campaign to return to the prime ministership has been dealt a blow after embarrassing out-takes from a video he filmed in his office were leaked on YouTube.
Veterans are outraged that the Federal Government is spending $3.3 million a year sending up to 100 public servants to commemorations at Gallipoli.
Allies of deposed former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd say he’s ready to ‘forgive and forget’ if the party dumps Julia Gillard and returns him to the Lodge.
Former Prime Minister Paul Keating has quit as chairman of the Barangaroo Design Excellence Review Panel rather than stop calling the development’s detractors “‘sandal-wearing, muesli-chewing, bike-riding pedestrians.”
Australia and Malaysia are close to signing a deal to trade asylum seekers - with Malaysia taking 800 of ours now and us taking 4000 of theirs over four years.
Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi appears to be losing control of his country, with key government officials, tribal leaders and military officers abandoning his 41-year-old administration.
The Greens have greeted a left-wing think-tank’s report on ATM fees with a plan to ban the charges.
The first Nielsen poll for the 2011 state election campaign has one glimmer of hope for NSW Labor: despite a two-party preferred vote of 34 per cent, the party leads the Coalition 61-39 among voters aged 18 to 24.
Tunisian President Zine el Abidine ben Ali has fled to Saudi Arabia as the country’s “Jasmine Revolution” continues to gather pace.
Victorian Premier John Brumby is refusing to concede defeat after losing the popular vote and his majority in the Legislative Assembly last night.
The Greens have failed to win a single lower house seat in yesterday’s Victorian election, despite early predictions that they’d win up to four: yet leader Bob Brown is trying to spin the result as a positive.
University students have stormed the headquarters of Britain’s ruling Conservative Party in a bid to shield the education sector from austerity measures.
Norfolk Island’s government may cede powers to Canberra, ending the tiny territory’s long-held exemption from income tax and exclusion from Medicare.
Peter Gray, the far-left Q&A audience member who threw his shoes at former Prime Minister John Howard on Monday, is still livid about Australia’s role in the Iraq War.
Labor MP Harry Jenkins has been re-elected Speaker unopposed, as the nation’s hung parliament sat for the first time.