The federal opposition says the Australian Federal Police are preparing to raid the department which controls Canberra's Parliament House, as part of an investigation into NBN leaks.
Daniel Flitton The sight of a blue police uniform is treated warily by many people born in South Sudan living in Australia, according to a major new survey into migrant communities.
Daniel Flitton Australian-born males are twice as likely as women to reject the culture and customs brought to the country by new migrants.
Adam Morton As the world endures a third straight year of record-breaking heat, a new study has given fresh insight into what global warming is likely to mean for Australians if it is not curbed.
James Massola Opposition leader Bill Shorten will look to turn the tables on the federal coalition and challenge Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to adopt Labor savings worth $80 billion over a decade.
Fergus Hunter Labor frontbencher Anthony Albanese has opened up about the childhood discovery that his father was alive and the search, decades later, for the man he knew almost nothing about.
Michael Koziol Bogans, bronzed Aussies and checkout chicks: snag yourself a battered sav and follow the wombat trail for some good old branch stacking.
David Wroe Former foreign minister Gareth Evans has questioned the Turnbull government's claimed national security motivation for knocking back Chinese bids for Sydney's Ausgrid network, saying it should not be taken "at face value".
Bianca Hall, Legal Affairs reporter The imprisonment rate for Aboriginal Australians has increased by an alarming 52 per cent
Mark Kenny Chinese investors are being encouraged to get in new bids for Australian infrastructure assets even though last week's rejection of the $10 billion Ausgrid bids by two Chinese mega-firms has sown panic in their ranks.