The Greens could be at risk of losing a third senator to section 44 of the Constitution.
Adam Gartrell As Oscar Wilde might say: "To lose one deputy leader may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness."
Bevan Shields Judith Ireland The co-deputy of the Greens has resigned from Parliament after discovering he was ineligible to stand at the 2016 election.
Megan Doherty We love that the bloke who once used to be "the world's oldest cadet" at The Canberra Times has become an internet sensation.
Adam Gartrell Fewer than a quarter of federal politicians have agreed to commit to new ethical standards devised by a legendary corruption fighter.
Matthew Knott Former Victorian premier Jeff Kennett has unloaded on Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Fergus Hunter The Great Barrier Reef has again avoided being listed as "in danger" by the United Nations' World Heritage Committee.
Michael Koziol, Immigration correspondent Children of unlawful migrants and foreign diplomats are targeted in the latest citizenship crackdown.
Noel Towell Epic industrial struggle has been "intense, frustrating and emotive" says departmental boss.
Michael Koziol, Political reporter A retiring Liberal senator is threatening to cross the floor over the Turnbull government's "Gonski 2.0" school funding model, saying the deal would dud Catholic schools.
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