Federal Sport Minister Sussan Ley said it was too early to consider Australia making another World Cup bid while corruption allegations cast a shadow over the sport's governing body.
Richard Willingham The age of driverless cars and trucks is rapidly approaching and will help improve road safety by wiping out human error, a global transport summit has heard. And Australia's Deputy PM backs their use.
James Massola Liberal MP Warren Entsch and Labor MP Graham Perrett are prepared to team-up on a same-sex marriage bill in a potential circuit-breaker that would end the political impasse over the social reform.
Richard Willingham Australian Deputy PM Warren Truss says any action at December's Paris meeting needs to include a commitment from developing nations to do their bit for climate change.
Lisa Cox Indigenous landholders will mount a fresh Federal Court challenge to the development in the Galilee Basin of Australia's largest coal mine.
Matthew Knott The politician's long-running advocacy has somewhat humble origins.
Lisa Cox Barnaby Joyce's office has called on Australia's media watchdog to investigate an interview in which radio announcer Kyle Sandilands attacked the Agriculture Minister for his treatment of Johnny Depp and his dogs.
David Wroe Australia will have to choose between safeguarding itself against a strategic "storm brewing" and economic "dark clouds" gathering, the nation's leading independent defence economist says.
Peter Martin Two weeks after the budget, Australia's economic outlook is bleak.
Mark Kenny, Chief Political Correspondent The federal government has accused the opposition of breaching the normal bipartisanship over national security during heated opposition questioning over intelligence failures in the lead-up to the Martin Place siege in December 2014.