Even government MPs say they are "deeply unimpressed" with the Immigration Department.
James Massola, Chief Political Correspondent More voters back the Turnbull government's $50 billion plan to cut company taxes than oppose it, in findings the Coalition will seize on ahead of a decisive Senate vote this week.
David Wroe, national security correspondent Australian combat aircraft were not involved in an airstrike against Islamic State militants that allegedly killed at least dozens of civilians in the Iraqi city of Mosul, Defence Minister Marise Payne has said.
Tom McIlroy The federal government has offered to open access to protected forests and review the status of an endangered native possum as part of an appeal to save Victoria's Heyfield timber mill from closing.
Adam Gartrell, Political Correspondent Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has directed the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to conduct a major review of electricity retailers.
Daniel Flitton The brutal murder of Iranian asylum seeker Reza Barati at the Manus Island detention camp has been dramatised in a new play staged in the Iranian capital Tehran.
Mark Kenny, national affairs editor The PM badly needs clean air and real traction or colleagues will return to discussing their alternative driver options.
Tom McIlroy One Nation leader Pauline Hanson is threatening to hold the government to ransom over its planned $50 billion corporate tax cut plan this week.
Noel Towell and Doug Dingwall Minister claims government playing catch-up after years of neglect and under-spending on vital infrastructure.
Peter Martin Australia runs the risk of becoming the new Japan, "crippled by pension spending" unless it winds back the entitlements of a swelling aged population, a study says.