NBN dumps plan less than a year after vigorously denying reports the network it purchased from Optus was in a dire state.
Latika Bourke, Michael Koziol The Federal Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg and other MPs have raised questions about South Australia's increasing use of renewable energy in the wake of a state-wide blackout.
Emily Woods and Georgina Mitchell Parts of state state remain without power on Thursday morning.
Jessica Irvine The Turnbull government has celebrated hitting its target for getting women on government boards, but one minister - who should know better - is lagging...
Matthew Knott Elite private schools receiving taxpayer funding almost three times as generous as they are entitled to.
Michael Koziol Pilots are calling on the Turnbull government to overturn new drone regulations that come into effect on Thursday, warning they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicopters.
James Massola Politics has "gone mad", and Australian politicians shouldn't blame a rising tide of anti-Muslim sentiment or opposition to multiculturalism as the main reason, says Labor's finance spokesman.
Amy Remeikis The nation's peak medical lobby group has raised concerns over a "lack of transparency" around the awarding of a $220 million government contract to Telstra to manage sensitive medical records.
Fergus Hunter The Research and Development Tax Incentive, a significant chunk of the government's $9 billion of annual support for innovation, is failing to achieve results, lacks accountability and risks becoming unsustainable, according to a review conducted by three senior public servants.
The entire state of South Australia was without power for several hours, with the region in the grip of what could be one of the most extreme weather systems to hit in 50 years.