Two resignations, one sacking, the GST off the table and a front bench reshuffle – it's been a difficult week for Malcolm Turnbull and his Coalition team.
James Massola Tax cuts funded by simpler tax returns could put more money back in the pockets of millions of Australians under a plan being closely considered by the Turnbull government.
James Massola Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has dramatically re-shaped his frontbench and put his government on an election footing, promoting three new faces to cabinet including another woman.
James Massola, Political Correspondent Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is expected to promote a swag of younger MPs and increase the number of women in the executive.
Mark Kenny Malcolm Turnbull has lost his third minister in as many months, but an imminent reshuffle, and a possible breakthrough on Senate voting reform may yet clear the way for an early double-dissolution election.
Peter Martin The most shocking thing in the treasury analysis delivered to Scott Morrison on January 25 isn't the finding that a cut in income tax funded by a lift in the goods and services tax would boost the economy not at all.
Heath Aston Negative gearing would be restricted to investments in new housing only under a Labor election policy that Opposition Leader Bill Shorten says will save the federal budget $32 billion over a decade.
Gareth Hutchens The Reserve Bank governor has warned that Australia's political leaders are still failing to explain to voters why the standard of living they enjoy will not last without serious tax reform.
Heath Aston The Turnbull Government has been warned it is running out of time to deliver senate voting reforms to end "preference harvesting", with one election expert saying the job of upgrading vote-counting software and reconfiguring millions of ballot papers would be a "recipe for disaster" for the trouble-prone Australian Electoral Commission if done at the last minute.
David Wroe The Japanese consortium pitching to build Australia's $50 billion fleet of new submarines has denied reports that Australian officials have been forced to chase them for basic information including a detailed budget for their bid.
Two teenagers have been charged following a brawl at Ambarvale yesterday.
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