Centrelink has demanded payments of more than $10,000 from people with disabilities using its controversial automated debt recovery methods, causing distress and adding to financial pressure on families, a parliamentary inquiry into the "robo-debt" saga has heard.
Michael Koziol, political reporter "We need to avoid the temptation to become constant critics of the new US administration".
Mark Kenny National Affairs Editor The performance of the Senate in the company tax debate has been marked by an overweening self-importance.
Kirsty Needham Chinese authorities would use "other options", such as pressuring family members of fugitives, if an extradition treaty with Australia is not ratified, analysts said.
Amy Remeikis A major review of the mental health services available to serving and former members of the military has produced some alarming findings, and raised questions about whether the recruitment process is deliberately lax to boost the number of "boots on the ground".
Rania Spooner Melbourne surgeon hopes his revolutionary technique is more than just a 'gimmick'; his patient is pining her hopes on it changing her life - 28 years on from a devastating accident.
Fergus Hunter Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten have put aside their differences on a joint tour of North Queensland in the wake of Cyclone Debbie.
The South West Football League have confirmed the fixtures for the inaugural women’s pre-season competition.
Latika Bourke Andreea Cristea, who fell into the Thames during the London terror attack, remains in hospital in a critical but stable condition.
Adam Gartrell Malcolm Turnbull says the government's submission is no different from those lodged under Julia Gillard.