Three federal politicians promise to release the information under parliamentary privilege.
Daniel Flitton Australia has lost in its claim that an international commission has no jurisdiction to hear a complaint by East Timor in the bitter dispute over undersea oil and gas riches.
Matthew Knott Stephen Conroy finishes his 20-year Senate career on Friday, but has one piece of unfinished business.
Michael Koziol Indigenous Australians are losing 2.3 times the number of healthy years to death and disease than their non-Indigenous counterparts, according to new research by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
Michael Koziol High-level talks between the government and the opposition have achieved nothing but animosity.
Tom McIlroy A Turnbull government MP under fire for using taxpayer funds to attend his own wedding is facing fresh questions.
Cameron Atfield Former Abbott and Howard government minister Ian Macfarlane has been confirmed as the new chief executive of the Queensland Resources Council, in a move foreshadowed by former prime minister Tony Abbott in May.
Tom McIlroy A Western Australian Coalition MP says he charged taxpayers thousands for travel to his own wedding in Melbourne by mistake.
James Massola, Adam Morton George Brandis tells Fairfax Media that same-sex marriage law changes could be delayed many years if the plebiscite is not held.
Tom McIlroy Scrapping public funding for both sides of the proposed same-sex marriage plebiscite would be a "necessary step" to win Labor's support - but still may not be enough, shadow attorney-general Mark Dreyfus says.
He's known to multiple generations as Santa, and this week Neil Gall received a community award.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's promise of a "civil" debate over same-sex marriage is unravelling.