Federal Labor leader Bill Shorten says there are lessons he can learn from the NSW election which has been won by the Liberal-National coalition.
Scott Morrison has so far resisted calls to preference the One Nation party last at the federal election.
In the lead-up to the election, SBS News spoke to voters in the marginal seat of Banks to find out what they think about the issue of immigration.
The federal government has finally detailed its long-touted plan to ease congestion in Australia's biggest cities, involving a smaller annual permanent migration...
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg's first federal Budget will be delivered on April 2nd - and it's unusual to be so close to a federal election.
Nationals leader Michael McCormack has responded to Barnaby Joyce's claim he is still the "elected deputy prime minister".
The former University of Notre Dame vice-chancellor has been pre-selected at a meeting on Sunday.
The pressure is mounting on the Coalition government to increase the number of women in its ranks after a series of resignations from high-profile women.
The Indonesian and Australian trade ministers signed the agreement in Jakarta which must be ratified by parliament before going ahead
Labor is promising to fund 20,000 support packages which will provide money to meet basic expenses, for people leaving a violent relationship
A massive expansion of the Snowy Hydro scheme has been officially approved
A security expert says Australia must stand up to China's bullying.
Former Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has announced she's retiring from politics.
Deputy Opposition leader Tanya Plibersek says a career in teaching should be a first choice for high achievers rather than a fallback option.
Federal Labor is vying for the votes of migrants in key marginal seats ahead of the next election with a cash boost for community language schools across Australia.