Tony Abbott has pledged his "full support" for Malcolm Turnbull, just hours after launching his strongest attack on the government and calling for a range of conservative policy changes.
Peter Martin Reserve Bank Governor Philip Lowe has dashed hopes of a further cut in interest rates, pleading for people to "focus on other things other than quarter of a per cent moves in the cash rate".
Fergus Hunter Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says he will not be distracted by Tony Abbott's "latest outburst" and most direct attack on the government to date, defending his record of achievement and portraying the backbencher as a hypocrite who was unable to govern effectively when he was leader.
Mark Kenny Civil war has broken out in the federal parliamentary Liberal Party, and more importantly, within the government of Australia.
Peter Martin Australian schools pay $9 million each year to display web pages that are available freely available on the internet. They are even charged for displaying thumbnail images of book covers on their library intranet sites.
Peter Hannam A new wave of solar energy is about to crest and it won't just be households benefiting.
Latika Bourke London: A defiant Julie Bishop has hit back at suggestions she was disloyal to former Prime Minister Tony Abbott saying she is elected Deputy Leader by the Liberal partyroom and her loyalty is to her colleagues and not the leader.
Latika Bourke The last time Malcolm Turnbull spoke with one of the handful of world leaders Australia might consider among its closest friends, the verbal stoush that ensued ended up becoming a global story.
James Massola, Chief Political Reporter Tony Abbott has laid out a five-point plan for the Coalition to have a chance at the "winnable" next election.
Peter Hartcher Planning is under way for Malcolm Turnbull to stand side by side with Donald Trump on the deck of a battleship in New York Harbour to affirm the solidarity of the alliance.