Prime Minister Scott Morrison headed overseas after a war of words with some Muslim community leaders, and his week did not get any easier.
Malcolm Turnbull spoke publicly for the first time since being deposed as Prime Minister and his successor, Scott Morrison, struggled to explain his transport...
Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has used his first major public appearance in Australia since being toppled as leader to defend his time in the job and...
Federal government moves to reassure Australians of the digital record's security one week before opt out deadline.
Mark Latham will lead the New South Wales branch of the party, campaigning against immigration, "political correctness" and over-development in Sydney.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he's not planning separate elections for the House of Representatives and the Senate.
Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull's official visit to Bali has led to public tension with his successor, Scott Morrison, after another eventful week in...
Former President and Prime Minister of Timor Leste, José Ramos-Horta, sits down for a wide-ranging conversation with SBS Chief Political Correspondent Brett Mason.
The man who bought Scott Morrison's website says he had no political agenda and initially wanted to upload the dance anthem Sandstorm on his home page.
The Federal Government is facing criticism over a new plan to make researchers seeking government grants prove their topics of study are in the national interest.
An apology, recriminations over the Wentworth by-election and the plight of people on Nauru dominated the week in federal politics.
Australia’s 30th Prime Minister Scott Morrison sits down with SBS Chief Political Correspondent Brett Mason.
The Government has come under sustained questioning at a Senate Estimates hearing over its relationship with Saudi Arabia.
The Wentworth by-election is continuing to affect the Morrison government, with some now questioning the thinking behind allowing Malcolm Turnbull to represent...