Senior ministers are stressing the Coalition will only adopt green schemes where the benefits clearly outweigh the costs they impose on the energy system.
Mark Kenny Not content with the teenage hash he is making of the North Korea missile crisis, mostly via Twitter, Donald Trump has chosen this of all moments to escalate tensions with Tehran.
Adam Gartrell, Political Correspondent A huge increase in electricity network costs - driven by regulation and over investment - has been the number-one cause of rising household power bills over the last decade.
Stephanie Peatling Representatives of the British government flew to Australia in the lead-up to the 1975 dismissal of the Whitlam government to meet with the then governor-general.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent US officials have issued a "please explain" to Australia after sensitive military data was hacked from a defence contractor.
Mario Christodoulou and Patrick Begley Crossbench senators are discussing the biggest clampdown on federal lobbying in a decade, including five-year bans and a new "integrity commissioner".
Adam Gartrell, Political Correspondent The government banned the Yarra and Darebin councils from holding citizenship ceremonies after they passed motions to dump Australia Day celebrations.
Stephanie Peatling Greens leader Richard Di Natale?????? says he is prepared to fight at the barricades and risk arrest to stop the Adani coal mine.
Stephanie Peatling Could fining MPs for disorder stop the trend of more being thrown out of parliament?
Mario Christodoulou, Patrick Begley There are an estimated 5000 lobbyists in Australia, who promise their paying clients an inside track to political decision makers.
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Trainer happy with Husswick's chances for Friday's Krambach Cup
Valley Industries Autofest 2017 will be a family friendly day with cars, bikes and entertainment
Bill Shevill Vintage Classic meeting on Saturday at Illobo Motorsport Park.
A group of Old Bar residents donated purple poppies to the Australian War Animal Memorial Organisation in France.
MidCoast Council will hold a Scrap to Soil workshop in Tuncurry during November
Final round of the PipeKing Southern Cross Rally Series to be held at Johns River