A 38-year-old has been charged by police after allegedly headbutting former prime minister Tony Abbott on the Hobart waterfront.
Latika Bourke Tasmanian police will investigate Tony Abbott's claim that he was headbutted by a same-sex marriage supporter in Hobart on Thursday after the former prime minister lodged a formal complaint.
Eryk Bagshaw The Australian economy has reached a turning point, the Reserve Bank's assistant governor says, as the OECD lifts its forecast for global growth thanks to a co-ordinated economic recovery.
Michael Koziol, Political reporter A live microphone has caught a male Coalition MP dismissing question about female representation in Parliament as "f---ed".
Alison and Jillian Barrett A swipe of the pen. That's all it took for former prime minister John Howard to change the Marriage Act in 2004.
Stephanie Peatling Greens senator Janet Rice can almost laugh at the subversive nature of her marriage. Almost.
Michael Koziol "People should recognise that they are not helping their case by engaging in violent language."
Felicity Caldwell Queensland One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts faces an uncertain political future over his citizenship after appearing before the High Court.
Andrew Taylor Tony Abbott says he has suffered minor injuries after being headbutted in a Hobart street.
Peter Martin Reserve Bank Governor Philip Lowe has handed over the baton of economic management, declaring there's not much more low interest rates can do to boost the economy.