Greens MP Stephen Bates introduced a private member's bill to lower the voting age to 16. See how the change would be applied and let us know if you agree with the plan.
The prime minister was at a Lunar New Year celebration in Melbourne but people can't get over one 'adorable' detail. See what he did.
The prime minister enjoyed a night at the tennis in Melbourne, but his leisurely visit got some people riled up. Find out why.
In one of the starkest and most dramatic warnings from a top US official yet, Air Force personnel have been internally directed to be 'legally ready and prepared'.
The motivation behind the cheeky message mowed into a field was to highlight the 'immense pressure' felt by farmers. Find out more.
It's fair to say the Albanese government has been a hit with Beijing – but is it now forcing the unimaginable from China?
'Ruthless' Russian mercenaries claim to have made an astonishing victory – but those on the ground say the strategy shows a major sign of weakness. Find out more.
Dominic Perrottet issued a bombshell apology while speaking to reporters on Thursday afternoon. Watch the moment here.
The provocative diplomat sent Australia into a spin in 2020 – but it appears his time may be up following a surprise move by China's leaders. Find out more.
An 'embarrassing' struggle not seen in the US politics for 100 years is currently unfolding as right-wing conservatives hold the Republican party ransom.
The Chinese government's secrecy around its current Covid crisis has forced the hand of Australia, the federal Health Minister says.
As China tries to reshape the world, Australia has made its own defence moves to counteract the Asian giant. Read the latest developments as the national jostling heats up.
Penny Wong said Australia's aim was to do more than 'establish military deterrents to conflict' amid ongoing concerns about China's rise.
Nikki Savva has made her feelings about the 'petty' former prime minister pretty clear in her new book Bulldozed.
While the question drew an angry reaction online, the reply from the New Zealand PM was described as a 'complete kill shot'.
The unofficial deputy leader called the US 'a barking dog seized with fear' amid concerns North Korea will soon conduct its first nuclear test in five years.