At one point, as Turnbull got to his feet, 35 government MPs could be seen on their phones and tablets or working through papers.
Mark Kenny, James Massola, Michael Koziol Bill Shorten will unveil a $6 billion, ten year spending cut - Labor's single biggest to date - in the form of an $8000 per year cap on loans for students to study at private colleges.
After seven months of waiting. After months of ruling-in and ruling-out, after all that on and off the table. After apprehension and great expectations, this budget has fallen apart in 48 hours.
Matthew Knott New ABC managing director Michelle Guthrie faced tense questioning from both Labor and Coalition senators.
Brendan Foster The Dockers have wielded the axe, with three players dropped for the clash against a red hot Greater Western Sydney on Saturday night.
Brendan Foster Has Dockers classy midfielder Lachie Neale let the cat out of the bag about his plans to stay at Fremantle next year?
David Wroe Australian authorities were involved in identifying and locating top Australian terrorist Neil Prakash ahead of the deadly air strike that killed the Islamic state recruiter, the Turnbull government has revealed.
Brendan Foster People rushing to the Goldfields region of WA later this month thinking the area was heading back to its heady days when brothels ruled the roost, will be left flaccid.
Adrian Beattie An advertising scam offering cheap Apple and Samsung mobile phones has led to thousands of copies of a magazine being pulped.
Heath Aston, political correspondent After a battle that has taken more than a year, it has been agreed that Tony Abbott's choice of party plonk is not, in fact, a state secret.