Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham has this week lost the confidence of Richard Di Natale and other senior figures, but this fight has been on for the past six months.
After increasing attention around the world, we're now seeing calls for a local "loneliness minister". Can the state really fill the void?
The diversity of legal professionals in Australia is starting to reflect the demography of Australian society, but the same can't be said of the judiciary.
The results have been used as evidence of America's "cold civil war", with either side able to interpret them as they wish. To an extent, that division has been imported to Australia.
In a bid to remain relevant in the age of declining lads' mags, Penthouse Australia has rolled out the red carpet for alt-right ideologues like Milo Yiannopoulos and Gavin McInnes. Can it ignore the violence they provoke?
Scott Morrison has taken credit for the transfer of sick children off Nauru in accordance with existing policy — the truth is his government has fought relentlessly to stop it from happening.
With the vast majority of the judiciary coming from elite private schools, do the decisions of Australia's courts really reflect everyday Australians?
Lack of data coupled with an ad hoc legal framework that varies from state to state means hate crimes are rarely pursued in Australia.