The Greens will reveal a policy to hand back half the cost of battery storage to households to boost renewable energy use.
Australian of the Year Rosie Batty wants politicians from all sides to improve the country's family law system.
Greens leader Senator Richard Di Natale says the government has failed to address the nation's revenue problem.

Backpacker tax not yet resolved

Barnaby Joyce says he's well aware of the deep concerns of farmers about the so-called backpacker tax and it isn't yet finalised
Experts have welcomed new changes and restrictions to superannuation laws, but not everyone is celebrating.

Pathology cuts to start on July 1

Labor says the federal government has used a "sneaky" move to stop the Senate blocking cuts to pathology and diagnostic imaging from July 1.
Indigenous NSW MP Linda Burney has farewelled state parliament with an emotional valedictory speech.
Western Australia Premier Colin Barnett is not comfortable with the NDIS, including handing over disability funding control to a national body.
From families to farmers, there are split opinions towards last night's budget announcements.
Small businesses are among the winners in the federal government's budget, set to gain thousands of dollars in tax concessions.
Former Speaker Bronwyn Bishop has delivered her final speech to parliament, revealing she was asked to resign from the chair to protect Tony Abbott.
Labor has slammed the prime minister as being out of touch, pointing to a $3 million apartment his history teacher daughter owned at the age of 28.
Traffic is backed up more than four kilometres following a crane breakdown and oil spill in in Sydney's north.
Former Labor MP Craig Thomson has been found by parliament to be in contempt for lying in 2012.
A government-led committee wants to impose extra requirements on environment groups to claim their charity status.
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