America's openly gay Ambassador John Berry has said Australia could conduct a same-sex marriage plebiscite campaign with "great respect" and in a way that unites the country on the issue.
Bianca Hall, Legal Affairs reporter The overwhelming majority of people Australia sent to Papua New Guinea are genuine refugees, new figures suggest.
Cameron Atfield Glenn Lazarus may have had a few preconceived ideas about politics before being voted into the Senate, but starring in a sexually charged political advertisement was not one of them.
James Massola, Chief Political Reporter Roger Corbett, a former Reserve Bank board member, Woolworths chief executive and Fairfax Media chairman, confirmed the pair had, in recent months, discussed a post-poltics career for the former Liberal leader.
Anna Patty Anouk Sireude resigned from her job when she was 12 weeks pregnant because another company offered her an extra month of paid parental leave.
Peter Martin Elections are all about giveaways, right? And just who pays for all the promises?
Ben Schneiders & Royce Millar A powerful right wing union is being taken to the Federal Court after the workplace tribunal found it had massively rorted its membership numbers.
Tony Wright A tsunami of cameras, microphones, reporters, video crews and protective police surges from the Hurstville railway station, sweeping shoppers and families before it and gathering them into its maw.
Peter Hannam The country's biggest operators of landfills have pocketed almost $200 million from the Abbott-Turnbull government's Emissions Reduction Fund without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas production.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent The deadly Istanbul terrorist attack shows that busy international airport terminals are now a "soft target" of choice for the so-called Islamic State, a leading terrorism expert says.
Weatherzone is predicting some sunny days with the chance of rain on Tuesday.
OUR skies are sparkling so get outside and enjoy some star gazing tonight.
AN innovative art project is being used to connect the Indigenous community with health services in the region.
Front pages from around the Fairfax network on Thursday, June 30, 2016.