The departing head of South Sudan’s largest humanitarian aid program, Francois Stamm, sits down with SBS Chief Political Correspondent Brett Mason.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has arrived in Vanuatu at the start of his short Pacific visit.
Highly decorated legal figure Margaret Beazley is expected to be appointed the next governor of NSW in May.
The LNP candidate for the Queensland seat of Herbert, Phillip Thompson, said he regrets making the comments on social media in 2012.
Assistant Minister Sussan Ley's call to increase female representation has sparked echoes from others within the Liberals, and from the Nationals and Labor too.
The inner workings of the Howard Government have been revealed in thousands of pages of declassified cabinet papers from 1996 and 1997.
2018 was a turbulent year in politics: yet another change of prime minister, personal scandals and constitutional breaches triggering resignations peppered the...
Thrills, spills and by-elections: a look back on Canberra's eventful 2018
The latest COAG meeting ends in some agreement, and plenty of disagreement
A motion to do so passed at its national conference in Adelaide, just days after the Australian government announced it would recognise west Jerusalem as Israel's...
Kevin Rudd has called for healing within Labor, as life membership of the party was conferred on him, and on fellow former Prime Ministers Julia Gillard and Paul...
Backbencher Andrew Broad had resigned from the junior ministry but now says he will not contest the next federal election either.
Labor says if it wins government it will increase Australia's refugee intake and pay more to the UN to support asylum seekers, while the federal government...
Prime minister Scott Morrison says he is so confident the New South Wales governor is the right man for the job that he didn't consider anyone else.
The group took the stage as Opposition Leader Bill Shorten started to speak, outlining Labor's policies on issues including housing, the environment and...