The High Court has ruled powers used by the former home affairs minister to cancel the Australian citizenship of a dual national suspected of terrorist activities are unconstitutional.
Federal Labor and Liberal figures say there are lessons to be learned out of the South Australian state election contest.
UPDATED | The Queen was told of Sir John Kerr’s consideration of the dismissal of prime minister Gough Whitlam months before the historic decision of November 11, 1975.
The Morrison government has put a six-month pause on so-called “robodebt” collections as the coronavirus pandemic hits Australians’ hip pockets.
Federal and state governments have moved to further restrict public gatherings of people from 10 to two.
Australians living and operating businesses in eastern states can expect a higher risk of blackouts this summer, especially in Victoria.