Good morning, early birds. Opposition leader Bill Shorten has promised a huge investment in Medicare and cancer screenings under a Labor government, and family members lobby to have stranded Australian ISIS orphans brought home. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Stagnating votes, plot twists, and dogs that failed to bark — an analysis of the weekend's election results.
Yes, there's friction within the party. But its source isn't as nefarious as some would have you believe.
The crises that have enveloped both state and federal Greens in the last 12 months could give the major parties a run for their money.
NSW Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham says an attempt to deselect him over sexual assault allegations is a factional smear. Does the evidence support this?
Trouble at the Weekly Times, the film industry selling us fiction, and Aunty declares war.
A former NSW state Greens MP and chief of staff to Richard di Natale intends to bring a legal action against her own party.
If Lee Rhiannon is able to retain her spot on the Greens' Senate ticket, the result will be broadly interpreted as a severe rebuke of Richard Di Natale’s leadership and pave the way for an awkward federal campaign.