The Turnbull government is staring down claims there is a $2 billion "black hole" in the revenue its new bank tax will raise.
Michael Gordon They came a very long way to ignite a conversation with dance and a resolute message of quiet determination.
Mark Kenny, National Affairs Editor Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says Australia's century-old defence laws will be adjusted in the wake of the deadly 2014 Lindt Cafe siege.
Eryk Bagshaw The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet paid $1.3 million to the company at the centre of what is allegedly one of the largest tax frauds in Australian history.
Matthew Knott Anne Aly says the bomber fits the increasingly typical profile of terrorists as young, well-educated and home-grown.
Nassim Khadem Random audits of employers would be a more proactive approach in chasing down billions of dollars of unpaid superannuation, often to the nation's most vulnerable workers, says Inspector-General of Taxation Ali Noroozi.
Adam Gartrell, Industrial Relations Correspondent Phoenix activity costs the economy billions of dollars a year, but little is done to stop it.
Heath Aston The delivery time frame for the Snowy Mountains scheme has been increased by two years.
David Wroe, national security correspondent The old guard of the RSL NSW has been dramatically swept from power amid a series of financial scandals.
James Massola Senior ALP figure "can see his last chance to be leader slipping away", say critics.
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