Media groups featured heavily in the list of people first getting to meet with Communications Minister Mitch Fifield, but tech companies were not.
Malcolm Turnbull thinks a postal vote plebiscite is anti-democratic. How do we know? He said so.
The Australian Federal Police told the Commonwealth Ombudsman that, oops, that law change they lobbied for had not been communicated to a police officer.
State and territory Labor branches are pushing for elected members of the party to no longer have a conscience vote when it comes to abortion.
The briefing Immigration Minister Peter Dutton received on the Good Friday shooting on Manus Island partially backs his claim on the cause of the tension.
One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts admits he wasn't given the clear on his citizenship status until six months after the election, writes Josh Taylor and Max Chalmers.
Communications and Arts Minister Mitch Fifield spent the first few months in the job repairing much of the damage his predecessor had on the arts.
One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts is refusing to show proof he isn't a British citizen, Matt Canavan might be in the clear, and ScoMo backs coal.
Those of us who have paid attention to the topic have long known that NBN's pricing model would lead to problems when people actually started connecting.
Matt Canavan becomes the third senator pinged by section 44, Cory Bernardi books nearly $1 million and ICAC called on Murray-Darling allegations. It's the news you need to know, by Josh Taylor and Max Chalmers.