New Greens leader Richard Di Natale has vowed to get climate change policy "back on track" and champion "mainstream progressive values" after the surprise resignation of Christine Milne.
Dan Harrison Australians appear to be drinking less alcohol now than at any time in the past 50 years, according to figures released on Wednesday by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Markus Mannheim Abbott government says most staff seem unenthusiastic about industrial action.
Tom Arup Australia shares a similar challenge in moving away from coal as Saudi Arabia does in reducing its economic dependency on oil, the United Nations' top climate negotiator says.
James Massola Prime Minister Tony Abbott says he "doesn't concern himself with trivia" and was unaware that the French ambassador Stephen Brady's partner of 32 years, Peter Stephens, was asked to wait in the car rather than greet him at a Paris airport.
Heath Aston The major accounting firms and other consultants would be forced to disclose all meetings with the federal government and the Australian Tax Office under a policy proposal to be debated by the ALP National Conference.
Heath Aston Prime Minister Tony Abbott could be forced to cut a deal with the Greens if the Coalition is to realise plans to eradicate "feral" crossbenchers through changes to the Senate voting system.
Fergus Hunter The five defining moments of Christine Milne's political career.
Andrew Darby Surprised Tasmanian Greens will start a priority search for a Senate candidate to succeed Christine Milne, despite her assurance she will stay in the chamber after resigning as leader.
Gareth Hutchens The Australian Council of Trade Unions has warned the Abbott government to expect a disruptive political campaign from the union movement at the 2016 federal election, claiming unions are "still here and we're not going anywhere."
Ms Petinos also spoke out against the need for women to be given special assistance over men to ...