When Tony Abbott was peppered with questions about why Prince Philip was worth of a knighthood, the Prime Minister pointed to the Duke of Edinburgh's role as patron of "hundreds" of organisations.
Liberal backbenchers are considering calling a meeting to discuss the "direction of the team", with speculation rife about Prime Minsiter Tony Abbott's leadership.
Abbott government minister Michaelia Cash has downplayed the idea of holding a national royal commission into domestic violence, arguing that the government has already "accepted" that it was a problem and practical solutions were needed instead.
Editorials of newspapers across the country have slammed Prime Minister Tony Abbott's decision to hand Prince Philip a knighthood, labelling the move "ludicrous" and "flabbergasting".
The Abbott government has lost a legal bid to force public servants to spend an extra week-and-a-half at their desks each year.
Afghanistan’s new President has urged the West to stay involved in his country – including militarily - longer than the planned withdrawal date at the end of next year in a meeting with Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop.
The Abbott government's decision to slash the foreign aid budget will have a detrimental impact on the world's poorest and most vulnerable women and children.
Regulators need to stop online companies such as Uber and Airbnb – as well as people using their services – from dodging their tax obligations, says Labor assistant treasurer Andrew Leigh.
Many consider Prince Philip's gaffes as the innocent comments of a nice, old duffer. Others say it reveals a deep-seated racial and chauvinist prejudice.
Protesters will march non-stop around ASIO headquarters in Canberra for 32-hours to draw attention the plight of at least 32 refugees locked in indefinite detention.
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JOHN Denham is one of Australia’s worst paedophile priests whose crimes were the catalyst for a royal commission.