Labor has accused both the Greens and the Government of hypocrisy over a new deal to scrap the debt ceiling.
The largest collection of fine Indigenous bark-art in the world has been brought together for an exhibition at the National Museum in Canberra.
Former Australian Test fast bowler Brett Lee has been named as captain of the Prime Minister's XI side to take on England in Canberra.
Farmers in Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory could be able to apply for concessional loans "within weeks", under the Commonwealth's Farm Finance scheme.
A report shows ACT educational performance is going backwards, despite the Territory continuing to rank well compared to the rest of Australia.
Dozens of Canberra taxi drivers have held a protest to drive home their anger about a new booking system.
The ACT Government has received a multi-million dollar windfall from its sale of blocks at Lawson, with many buyers keen to build on land in the new estate.
A lawyer representing East Timor in its spying case against Australia says his office has been raided by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO).
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has rebuked the ABC for publishing leaked intelligence documents, but says he has no plans to cut ABC funding.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has accused Labor of giving voters the "two-fingered salute" and is threatening to extend Parliament into the Christmas break unless the Opposition agrees to pass his Government's legislative agenda.
The Environment Minister Greg Hunt has pitched the government's 'direct action' policy as an alternative to carbon pricing, as a plan that is consistent with action being taken by many other countries.
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