Malcolm Turnbull's new Environment and Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg has signalled a declining role for coal in Australia's energy mix in the future, in a marked change from the aggressively pro-coal stance of the Abbott government.
Latika Bourke Speaking from Rome where he is based at the Vatican, Cardinal Pell said he refused to be put to a "trial by media" and said the ABC had "no licence" to destroy his reputation.
Peter Martin Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens is considering cutting interest rates in one of his last acts in the job following news that Australia's official inflation rate has fallen to just 1 per cent.
Megan Levy Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced a royal commission into the Northern Territory's youth detention system, after graphic footage was shown on the ABC's Four Corners program showing children allegedly being mistreated in prison.
Ava Benny-Morrison A man previously identified as a person of interest in the disappearance of toddler William Tyrrell is facing historical child sex offences in Victoria.
Emily Woods Police are investigating child-abuse allegations against Australia's most senior Catholic cleric, Cardinal George Pell, the ABC has reported.
Damien Murphy Lawyers who have battled for Aboriginal rights for decades fear the Northern Territory government is manoeuvring to play a central role in the royal commission into youth detention.
Nicole Hasham Shocking footage at Darwin's Don Dale juvenile youth detention centre has cast the spotlight on to Australia's juvenile justice system and force deployed against young people.
Heath Aston The Greens have taken the final Senate seat in Tasmania and the Australian Electoral Commission has confirmed the return to Parliament of Labor's Lisa Singh who has been re-elected on a wave of public support after being dropped to an otherwise "unwinnable" spot on the ALP ticket.
Mark Kenny The Turnbull government will resist calls to keep the Northern Territory government away from the design and conduct of its proposed royal commission into human rights abuses within that jurisdiction's juvenile justice system, when it settles terms of reference at a Cabinet meeting on Thursday.
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Saturday's match is set to be jam-packed with pre-game entertainment to commemorate 15 years of Hawthorn in Tasmania.