Greens Senators have walked out of Pauline Hanson's incendiary first speech to the Senate, where she claimed the nation was "in danger of being swamped by Muslims".
Sean Nicholls It's becoming increasingly obvious that the Deputy Premier has too much on his plate.
Amy Remeikis Minister for Women Michaelia Cash said she "can't" understand why people would be upset at her response to Pauline Hanson, after she hugged the new senator following her maiden speech.
Michael Koziol, Political reporter Turnbull government ministers have cautiously criticised Pauline Hanson's incendiary first speech, including its attacks of Islam, while maintaining the One Nation senator and her supporters must be respected.
Melanie Kembrey For years they have waited for justice, and it came a step closer as they stood together and watched Neil Albert Futcher empty out his pockets and be taken into custody.
Michaela Whitbourn An airport baggage handler was unfairly sacked for making a "sarcastic" Facebook post supporting Islamic State, the Fair Work Commission has found.
Michael Pascoe History is beckoning: Cross the floor to bring on a parliamentary vote on marriage equality and achieve something your grandchildren will be proud off.
Latika Bourke In 1996 Pauline Hanson made her entry to parliament felt with an incendiary speech which declared Aboriginal Australians were given unfair advantages compared to non-Indigenous Australians - or "mainstream Australians" as she called them - and famously declared the country was being "swamped by Asians."
Melanie Kembrey Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Monis and his partner Amirah Droudis conspired together to create a false story in case her DNA was found at the murder scene of his ex-wife, a court has heard.
Megan Levy A man has been charged with murdering his wife at their home in Milperra in Sydney's south-west, police say.
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