Tony Abbott has criticised the Turnbull government's energy policy during an interview with Alan Jones and Peta Credlin.
Rachel Olding A Christian kids entertainer who was fired from her Canberra job for saying she would vote 'no' in the same-sex marriage survey has hit back, saying she is "not afraid to stand up for my beliefs" and should not have lost her job.
Michael Koziol, Immigration correspondent Some refugees were informed on Tuesday afternoon they would learn of their fate at appointments with US authorities on Wednesday.
Adam Gartrell, Kate Aubusson The Turnbull government must take responsibility and invest more in frontline mental health services due to the same-sex marriage postal survey, says Bill Shorten.
Mark Kenny, National Affairs Editor A survey of voter attitudes in the Labor-held blue-collar strongholds has found 28 per cent of voters tag the federal Coalition with the blame for the ongoing electricity generation confusion.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through United Nations sanctions, effectively brushing aside Trump administration remarks that the UN route has been exhausted.
Mark Kenny and Michael Koziol "If the people have spoken against it, we won't be proposing it at the next election I can assure you," Mr Turnbull said.
Michael Koziol, Immigration correspondent Resettlement is expected to commence once the US quota resets on October 1.
Peter Hannam, Cole Latimer Delta Electricity, the only company to declare an interest in buying AGL's ailing Liddell power station, has all but ruled out any purchase.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un should take Washington's threats of possible military action seriously, Christopher Pyne has warned.