One Nation powerbroker denies he viewed the upcoming Queensland election as a money-making opportunity.
Latika Bourke The Western Australian division of the Liberal Party is under serious pressure to drop its controversial motion.
Peter Hannam The Berejiklian government will issue warnings of potential threats to electricity supplies from this summer after its review of February's heatwave found the power sector to be vulnerable.
Heath Aston Adani has postponed a final investment decision on its controversial Carmichael coal mine.
Anna Patty, Workplace Editor States have been urged to introduce new laws against wage theft in the wake of rampant underpayment of workers at widespread wage theft by cafes, restaurants in university towns and retail chains including 7-Eleven, Pizza Hut, Dominos, Caltex and Bakers Delight.
Sean Nicholls The government has not released a review of the "three strikes" scheme despite changes coming before Parliament.
Rachel Browne, Georgina Cooke A leading academic says parents who are unable to care for their children should not be given incentives to have more.
Noel Towell But a chilly reception expected when BoM public servants verdict on Monday on a proposed workplace deal.
Clare Sibthorpe About a third of AFP sniffer dogs never become fluffy detectives.
Matthew Knott Data suggests Catholic education authorities may be redistributing funds to high-income schools to keep fees low in wealthy suburbs.