Tax fights involving Amazon and Chevron will have major implications for other companies in long-running disputes.
Adam Gartrell, Political Correspondent Malcolm Turnbull has refused to rule out further regulating electricity prices to get a better deal for consumers as energy retailers declared his new inquiry will "bust the myth" there is any price-gouging in the market.
Matthew Knott "This will be giving a free ticket to racism and telling the whole world we don't care about minorities".
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.
Rachel Clun A group of European backpackers who came to Bowen to do farm work are among those taking shelter at the town's high school as Cyclone Debbie barrels towards the Queensland coast.
Michaela Whitbourn Senior Tax Office officials have revealed they sought legal advice after hearing "bureaucratic whispers" George Brandis would attempt to shut the ATO out of the Bell Group litigation.
The South Australian CWA has called for expressions of interest from women in the area to establish a new evening branch.
James Massola, Amy Remeikis Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and Justice Minister Michael Keenan have moved to quell a backbench revolt over a China-Australia extradition treaty.
Daniel Flitton US Studies Centre riven by personality clashes, sudden resignations and the complaint that academic freedom has been crimped.
Paul McGeough Measured against past meltdowns, Friday's humiliating healthcare defeat should have sparked savage finger-pointing and name calling. Instead, the White House is quiet.