The Turnbull government's personal income tax plan announced in the budget will be debated on Tuesday.
State police forces will work with Border Force officials to try and track 50 people believed to be in hiding after overstaying their Commonwealth Games visas.
Pauline Hanson has pulled her support for business tax cuts and now Labor wants to see the details of the deal she had struck with the government.
The probe into alleged Russian involvement in Donald Trump's election as US president will expand to examine any possible FBI spying on his campaign.
The Transport Workers' Union has released a report which backs its call for governments to use their spending power to lift labour standards and wages.
Henri van Breda, a former student in Perth, has been found guilty of murdering his parents and brother in a brutal axe attack in South Africa three years ago.
The Turnbull government is expected to rubbish Ged Kearney's push for a more humane refugee policy.
Border officials are expected to be grilled about Peter Dutton's decision to grant two foreign au pairs visas in 2015, at a Senate hearing on Tuesday.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says she has enjoyed warm, lengthy and candid discussions with her Chinese counterpart during a G20 meeting in Buenos Aires.
An elderly man will face a court hearing accused of trying to shoot a Melbourne sex worker at a brothel.
Mike Pompeo has listed America's 12 demands for Iran and warned the regime "will be battling to keep its economy alive" when new US sanctions hit.
A father has told the Grenfell Tower fire inquiry of his family's pain at losing his son who was stillborn in hospital after his wife escaped the blaze.
Border Force commissioner Michael Outram has defended the decision to take a Sri Lankan family from their Queensland home and put them in detention.
The NT government is interested in growing hemp and medical marijuana to create a new industry and jobs and is looking at decriminalising recreational use.
Queensland Local Government Minister Stirling Hinchliffe has suspended five local councillors via new powers to stand down allegedly corrupt elected officials.
Federal Labor's newest member, Ged Kearney, has delivered her first speech to the lower house.