He said there was nothing untoward in his correspondence with the Institute of Public Affairs.
Heather McNeill Accused Claremont killer Bradley Edwards has had his October court appearance date pushed back by three months.
Michael Koziol, legal affairs reporter Gay couples will enjoy free venue hire in the City of Sydney once same-sex marriage is legalised, in a provocative move that will outrage conservatives.
Heather McNeill Home security footage has captured the moment two thieves assaulted a woman as they made off with a safe in South Bunbury on Saturday night.
Michael Koziol The Australian government will pay up to $250 million a year in services even after the regional processing centre closes next week.
Fergus Hunter Up to $300 billion in government spending will come under scrutiny as state and territory leaders consider a "refresh" of the Closing the Gap strategy to reduce Indigenous disadvantage in Australia.
Adam Gartrell One of Bill Shorten's closest advisers has quit over a blackface costume controversy.
Mathew Dunckley, James Massola Protecting the National Broadband Network from private sector competition would be a "disastrous" move that would inflict higher internet costs on households, according to Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chairman Rod Sims.
Eryk Bagshaw, Jackson Peck An image and health obsessed Australia has provided a jobs boon for fitness instructors and beauty therapists.
Heather McNeill Perth radio station 96FM has axed its breakfast show hosts Carmen and Fitzi with the duo set to be replaced by Lisa Fernandez and Paul Hogan in 2018.