You'd think a bloke like the PM, so fond of getting about in his Speedos, would be all over gay marriage, but while he hasn't shut down the debate with an emphatic "Nope, nope, nope", he hasn't offered the gay community much.
Beau Donelly Shawn Callahan, 50, has always been supportive of legalising gay marriage. This view was galvanized two years ago when his eldest daughter, Alex, told him she was gay.
Beau Donelly Ticketek customers have demanded refunds after being left in limbo for weeks because the company failed to send out pre-ordered tickets in time for a major soccer match.
Latika Bourke and Adele Ferguson The son of billionaire mining magnate Gina Rinehart has lashed out at cabinet minister Barnaby Joyce's "dangerous" intervention in the court battle over a $5 billion trust and questioned whether the potential Nationals Leader is fit to serve as a Minister.
Nick Toscano, Workplace Reporter One in five migrant workers in Australia on 457 visas are being underpaid or employed in jobs they are not qualified for, a workplace audits has revealed.
Latika Bourke Oscar winning actress Cate Blanchett will appear as the star attraction at a major fundraising event for the opposition's most senior woman in Federal Parliament – Tanya Plibersek.
Tom Arup, Environment Editor The former climate adviser to two Labor governments, Professor Ross Garnaut, says Australia should ensure the heaviest burden of cutting greenhouse gases is not pushed onto future generations, and new emissions targets should be set accordingly.
Latika Bourke Former federal Liberal MP Alby Schultz has launched a passionate defence of his longtime friend and billionaire Gina Rinehart, urging the Australian media to lay off the country's most successful businesswoman.
Matthew Knott The Abbott government plans to spend over $36 million on advertising campaigns promoting the Intergenerational Report, this year's budget and its white paper on tax reform.
James Massola Momentum for a cross-party same sex marriage bill is growing, with Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young confirming she has also had discussions with Liberal MP Warren Entsch and Labor MP Graham Perrett about backing a "tri-partisan bill" that would end the political impasse over the issue.