The Clean Energy Finance Corporation has received an email requesting a loan for a 900 megawatt coal plant with carbon capture and storage.
Anna Patty Fair Work Commission Vice President Graeme Watson has broken with tradition by issuing his own separate decision on the future of paid domestic violence leave ahead of a single majority decision being made.
James Massola, Chief Political Reporter Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has delivered a stinging rebuke to his predecessor, Tony Abbott, accusing the former prime minister of deliberately sabotaging the government to do maximum damage to the Coalition's standing in the polls.
Adam Gartrell, Political correspondent New board member has taken aim at "inner-city smashed avocado eaters" for unfairly targeting coal and the minerals industry.
Michael Koziol, Political reporter Immigration boss Mike Pezzullo shot back at the Commonwealth auditor, calling its language "unworldly" and "regrettable".
James Massola, Chief Political Correspondent A suite of changes to Australia's hate speech laws will be proposed but it will be up to the PM whether the government acts.
Esther Han If you have a complaint about Veda, you can no longer take it the Financial Ombudsman Service.
Tom McIlroy The federal government won't reveal the cost of a controversial security fence being installed outside Canberra's Parliament House because the price tag could aid a terrorist attack.
Nick McKenzie and Richard Baker It is the battle between a businessman who lost a billion-dollar birthright and his family, who didn't.
Fergus Hunter Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has laid the blame for the government's drop in the polls squarely at the feet of Tony Abbott, describing the former leader's "outburst" last week as a calculated and deliberate attack to undermine confidence in the Coalition.