Treasurer Joe Hockey has denied being "married to the Greens" after the Federal Government brokered a new deal with the minor party to scrap the debt ceiling.
Gold and artefacts from pre-colonial Peru are the star attractions at the National Gallery of Australia's (NGA) summer show.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott insists that his government is keeping its commitment to making no change to the GST.
The ACT Education Minister has admitted she made a mistake by re-tweeting a highly offensive message aimed at her federal counterpart during a row over schools funding.
New ACT Government regulations will make it harder to demolish or substantially alter duplex houses in Canberra.
A former police sergeant sacked after he sprayed a drunk man with capsicum spray, says he was not given an adequate opportunity to defend himself against the allegations.
The largest collection of fine Indigenous bark-art in the world has been brought together for an exhibition at the National Museum in Canberra.
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.
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.
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.