Chinese government will curb supplies of refined petroleum products to the rogue state from October.
Fergus Hunter, Eryk Bagshaw A little-known visa category facing accusations of systematic abuse needs to be urgently safeguarded by Immigration Minister Peter Dutton, the Labor Party has said, expressing concern that subclass 400 visas are being used as a "back door" to undermine the government's foreign labour crackdown.
Fergus Hunter The mayor of the newly formed Inner West council will move to have free weddings for all same-sex couples in the suburbs under his control should gay marriage be legalised later this year.
Peter Hannam There's liquid gold in those hills in the form of pumped storage potential - but not necessarily in the Snowy mountains.
Latika Bourke Forecasters are expecting the number of Australian tourists visiting London to increase by 39 per cent by 2025 with initial data suggesting the recent spate of terror attacks will not have any lasting effect in deterring visitors to the city.
Michael Koziol, Immigration correspondent "Politicians don't recognise that the tipping point is on its way - I do," the outspoken MP told a Melbourne book launch.
Fergus Hunter Exclusive: Turnbull government reveals it is working on a "joint action plan" on climate change as part of their commitments under the Paris agreement.
Judith Ireland Aarthi Ayyar-Biddle is a "bit sceptical" about the Turnbull government's plans to introduce a national test for kids in their second year of schooling.
Mark Kenny, National Affairs Editor The left-wing social campaign group GetUp! is planning a ten-fold increase in its campaign power and reach to target prominent Coalition conservatives.
Michael Koziol, Farrah Tomazin Barnaby Joyce's political nemesis, ex-MP Tony Windsor, has hired the former government lawyer who spectacularly fell out with Attorney-General George Brandis to fight the deputy Prime Minister in the High Court.