The Abbott government's GP co-payment has been killed off for good with Heath Minister Sussan Ley telling Coalition MPs "we are not pursuing it at all".
Daisy Dumas It was an unlikely yet appropriate place from which to remember Gallipoli's 8709 fallen Australians: the Queen Elizabeth, docked in Sydney Harbour, is just one in a long history of Cunard liners to be inextricably bound to the legacy of bloody battle.
James Massola and Dan Harrison Prime Minister Tony Abbott delivered a thinly veiled rebuke of his former health minister Peter Dutton for his handling of the GP co-payment in cabinet on Monday night.
Five of the seven key figures in Knox Grammar's appearance at the royal commission into child sex abuse have been convicted for multiple sex offences and one is wanted by police.
David Wroe An extra 300 Australian troops are being sent to train Iraqis in the fight against the Islamic State terror group, with Tony Abbott refusing to rule out boosting the deployment further.
Nicole Hasham Criminals who buy flashy cars, jet-skis and homes with the proceeds of crime will have their assets taken away under a state government law-and-order crackdown.
Lisa Cox Activist group GetUp launches video campaign against Adani, the Indian company behind the development of Australia's biggest coal terminal at Abbot Point.
Today show host Lisa Wilkinson says she is appalled by the removal of purple ribbons tied to the gates of Knox Grammar School to show solidarity with sexual abuse victims.
Michael Koziol Voters at a Goulburn candidates' forum ahead of the March 28 state election were treated to an array of colourful characters and contentions, including the assertion that sodomy decriminalisation was to blame for the government's plan to sell electricity poles and wires.
Damien Murphy As major parties arm-wrestle over privatisation of the power industry, the power industry has stepped in and said "hands off our poles".