N.Korea fires ballistic missiles

North Korea has carried out its fourth ballistic missile launch in a week, Seoul says, firing at least two towards the east coast.

Crossbench marks its integrity turf

Fifteen Greens and independent parliamentarians are calling on the government to engage in good faith debate over its federal anti-corruption commission bill.

Marles ponders early submarine delivery

Defence Minister Richard Marles is due to be handed an interim report on Australia’s decision to acquire nuclear propelled submarines in November.

Treasurer warns that Australia not immune to global downturn

Ahead of the October budget, Treasurer Jim Chalmers warns the deteriorating global situation will affect the Australian economy.

Voice will change Indigenous lives: Burney

A First Nations Voice to Parliament will not be involved in every piece of legislation, with the Indigenous Affairs Minister calling the concerns a red herring.

Albanese, ex-PMs head for Abe funeral

Anthony Albanese will lead a delegation that includes three former prime ministers to  the funeral of former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe.

Wong talks trade, detentions with Chinese minister

Penny Wong has urged her Chinese counterpart to de-escalate tensions over Taiwan amid more direct rhetoric from the US president.