Self-regulation of sports odds in live broadcasts has failed to quell community concern and a review of online gambling laws should be expanded to include gambling advertising rules.
Ben Schneiders A serious cloud hangs over Bill Shorten's record as a union leader. He ran a union that took $300,000 from an employer in disguised payments based on fraudulent invoices as part of a deal that hugely benefited that employer.
Nicole Hasham Nauru police have raided the offices of Save The Children workers who assist asylum seekers on the island, seizing computers and mobile phones, Fairfax Media understands.
Anna Patty, James Massola A former manager of the construction company Thiess John Holland has admitted the firm issued bogus invoices to hide payments to the Victorian branch of the AWU.
Latika Bourke Lawyers for an SBS reporter sacked over a series of tweets will argue his dismissal was unlawful and occurred only after Malcolm Turnbull personally intervened in the case.
Matthew Knott Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has praised Tony Abbott's "generous and gallant" behaviour since losing the prime ministership, while telling colleagues he would seek advice mostly from his ministers rather than his staff.
Michael Koziol Peter Garrett stands by his description of Kevin Rudd as "a threat to national security" and hints at a possible return to politics.
Heath Aston, political correspondent Labor has proposed employment safeguards and raising the minimum salary that a foreign worker can be paid from $53,000 to $57,000 as part of the price for the Opposition supporting the China Free Trade Agreement.
Mark Kenny Chief Political Correspondent It loomed as one of the toughest days for Tony Abbott - his first appearance back in the chamber he once commanded, but this time as the vanquished as the backbencher.
Ross Peake ACT's Katy Gallagher has joined the frontbench as a shadow minister with a variety of responsibilities.