Children of unlawful migrants and foreign diplomats are targeted in the latest citizenship crackdown.
Noel Towell Epic industrial struggle has been "intense, frustrating and emotive" says departmental boss.
Michael Koziol, Political reporter A retiring Liberal senator is threatening to cross the floor over the Turnbull government's "Gonski 2.0" school funding model, saying the deal would dud Catholic schools.
Judith Ireland Shark attacks continue to panic the public and occupy politicians. But is killing these ocean creatures the best way forward?
Tom McIlroy An expert guide on how to decentralise government departments.
Stephanie Peatling The Turnbull government wants the state governments to bear more political pain over increased power prices.
Adam Gartrell, Political Correspondent Bill Shorten is calling for an urgent parliamentary hearing into the cladding material used in Australian buildings after London's deadly Grenfell Tower fire.
Adam Gartrell, Political Correspondent Senior Turnbull government ministers are refusing to comment on possible contempt of court charges against three frontbenchers amid fears the situation could morph into a political crisis.
Matthew Knott Former NSW education minister Adrian Piccoli - one of the strongest champions of the original Gonski agreements - has broken ranks with his own government to support the Turnbull government's new school funding model.
Adam Gartrell The union representing electrical and communications workers has launched a legal challenge against a key element of the Turnbull government's controversial building and construction laws.
Ask this group of youths and they will say violence is not right.
It was shark central at Sanctuary Point Public School this week
The South Coast Register has three family passes to give away to the Meguiars MotorEx show in Sydney ...