Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has been publicly ridiculed by members of his own party for suggesting the Liberals are not run by factions.
Adam Gartrell Tony Abbott's final visit to remote indigenous communities left taxpayers with an eye-watering $80,000 food and catering bill.
Nicole Hasham A potential deal to resettle Manus Island refugees in the Philippines would be better than Australia's trouble-plagued deal with Cambodia and may offer solace to detainees who are "losing their minds", refugee advocates say.
Matthew Knott The ABC will try to seize on Tony Abbott's demise as prime minister to push for fresh funding from the Turnbull government to pay for its news and current affairs services.
David Wroe and Judith Ireland Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will hold an urgent stocktake meeting on counter-terrorism policy next week as he seeks to reach out to Muslim Australians as the nation's frontline against extremists.
Matthew Knott, Ben Grubb Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has defended his use of a personal email account and self-destructing messaging applications to communicate with colleagues, despite concerns about the security and transparency implications of the practice.
Judith Ireland Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has issued a plea for unity and tolerance in Australia, describing violent extremism as a "challenge to the most fundamental Australian values".
Fergus Hunter 10 questions on all things TPP, Liberal politics and penalty rates.
Latika Bourke Did you sign an online petition demanding the Government act? Immigration Minister Peter Dutton says he they have no effect on how Australia treats refugees.
Tom Arup Australia's first wind farm commissioner has been appointed by the Turnbull government, with the former chairman of the telecommunications industry watchdog, Andrew Dyer, to take the role for three years.