"This is business as usual," Malcolm Turnbull declared this morning, as he defended the decision to release a set of broad terms of reference for a climate change policy review that has been Coalition policy for years.
Michael Koziol, Political reporter "He's not a team player at all. We can't work with him, you can't reason with him," the One Nation leader says.
Tom McIlroy Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said he has never supported a carbon tax, as debate about a climate policy review process threatens new disunity and political strife within the Coalition.
Peter Martin, Darren Gray Victoria has become Australia's most divided state as the economic fortunes of Melbourne soar while those in the rest of the state crumble faster than anywhere else in the nation.
Michael Koziol Indian energy giant has seemingly shot its own appeal for public funding in the foot.
David Wroe It's easy to think that war fighting is deteriorating into barbarism. The Islamic State's campaign of terror, Boko Haram's sexual violence and use of child bombers, the razing of Aleppo are all playing out in horrific immediacy on social media.
Fergus Hunter Upon hearing the news of New Zealand Prime Minister John Key's impending resignation, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull sent his counterpart a short message: "Say it ain't so, bro!"
Peter Hannam Green Army's demobilisation is just the latest retreat since 2013, ACF says.
James Massola, Adam Morton Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces a fresh outbreak of party disunity over climate policy, with backbench MPs questioning the timing and scope of a formal review of the Direct Action plan.
Damien Murphy Hanging points, mattresses that could burst into flames, and all-male Caucasian staff who preferred to monitored young Aboriginal prisoners via CCTV rather than interact with them.