Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and Justice Minister Michael Keenan have moved to quell a backbench revolt over a China-Australia extradition treaty.
rachel browne After more than four years and 400 days of public hearings, statistics detailing the immense scale of paedophilia allegations have been released.
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.
James Massola, chief political correspondent The federal government could secure three crucial votes from the Nick Xenophon Team for its company tax cut plan, but only if it adopts a politically contentious emissions intensity scheme for the electricity sector.
Nassim Khadem Tax fights involving Amazon and Chevron will have major implications for other companies in long-running disputes.
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.
Ava Benny-Morrison A former NSW Police officer has been caught allegedly supplying kilograms of cocaine and advising organised criminals on how to fly under the radar of law enforcement.
Sean Nicholls The Star casino is being threatened with legal action by a prominent Sydney restaurateur