Christopher Pyne loves the drama, the Greens bring the noise in Dickson, and insert jokey reference to form emails here.
Caleb's word is apparently not his bond, pay concerns at The Conversation, and Sky Leckie is lying in the gutter looking up at a glass of white wine.
Something is rotten in the state of Danish banking, the reinsurers of the world want nothing to do with coal, and Sky News is hunting for a new boss.
The Acute Misfortune premiere gets some uncomfortable feedback from the father of its subject, late artist Adam Cullen.
What exactly does Mark Latham earn as a parliamentary pension? Plus, health records, old and new take the spotlight again.
A little context for the Craig Kelly MH17 furore, why minor parties in South Australia aren't happy and how not to name a PR operation.
Mayo candidates talk climate, the world's most boring announcement, and My Health Record has teething problems.