Job search company Indeed says it recorded a 10 per cent drop on searches almost instantaneously after the government announced its crackdown on foreign workers.
Peter Hannam The Turnbull government's national energy guarantee could supply as large a share of renewable energy into the market as proposed by the Finkel Review, Bloomberg New Energy Finance says.
Mark Kenny Bob Hawke and John Howard held off their younger rivals by deploying the oldest trick in the book.
James Massola North Korea has taken the unprecedented step of writing to the Australian Parliament to denounce US President Donald Trump.
Bianca Hall, Fergus Hunter Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has lashed out at the Australian media over suggestions she had damaged her government's ability to work constructively with an incoming Ardern Labour government in New Zealand.
Mark Kenny, National Affairs Editor Former Labor prime minister Paul Keating has reacted angrily to the passage of Victoria's Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill through the state's lower house, branding it "deeply regressive" and an abrogation of "the core instinct to survive".
Michael Koziol, Immigration correspondent "The refugees are very worried about the future and extremely scared by this situation."
Mario Christodoulou When he was defence minister he famously said he wouldn't trust South Australian Submarine makers "to build a canoe", but these days former Senator David Johnston has struck a more conciliatory tone after being hired by a major military naval contractor in Adelaide that's working on submarines.
Adam Gartrell, health correspondent The NDIS is at least a year behind schedule and the rush to catch up has compromised the quality of care.
James Massola, Peter Hannam An architect of the government's new energy policy has played down suggestions the scheme represents a carbon price.
The case of 57-year-old Allan George Matthews should be finalised on October 25.
A cricket tournament has been cancelled but gardeners will welcome the forecast rain.