Promised benefits from deregulating Victoria's energy industry have failed to materialise.
Adam Gartrell No agency has the necessary jurisdiction or investigative powers to properly expose corruption in the federal government or public service and a strong federal anti-corruption watchdog is needed to fill the gaps, research has found.
Peter Hannam A possible expressway extension may be the reason for stalling a push to give the Royal National Park global recognition, the Greens say.
Doug Dingwall The probe would investigate a trail of blunders that have shredded the government's reputation.
James Massola Labor is likely to back proposed laws that will set the ground rules for public debate about legalising same-sex marriage, but it is demanding acting Special Minister of State Mathias Cormann release the legislation as soon as possible.
Carolyn Webb Sled dog races at Dinner Plain on the weekend included huskies from Perth, where there is no snow.
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Lisa Visentin The future of the 124-year-old bowling club is now uncertain.
Nassim Khadem The federal government's Tax Avoidance Taskforce will be given additional intelligence to hunt down US-based multinationals after America this week formally agreed to share detailed information about companies with Australian authorities.
AJ AJ knows well what it means to be homeless in Sydney and to fight for years for public housing. This is his story.