Question time erupted into an emotionally-charged war of words on Wednesday afternoon as Prime Minster Malcolm Turnbull, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and other MPs unleashed personal attacks on each other's ethical standards and personal behaviour.
Peter Martin Union-dominated super funds would lose their special status under a draft Productivity Commission recommendation that would delink superannuation from awards and allocate new workers to default funds only once.
Noel Towell Honest Australians 'intimidated' into handing over their money, says Labor, as tens of thousands of debt notices sent outoffic.
Rachel Browne The royal commission has heard disturbing evidence about how sexual predators infiltrate organisations and target their victims.
Harriet Alexander Scientists are pushing for a relaxation of the laws surrounding gene editing technology to allow experiments to be performed on human embryos.
Adam Gartrell, political correspondent ACTU boss Sally McManus has doubled down on her support for industrial law-breaking, shrugging off the "meltdown" about her earlier comments and strongly backing the militant construction union.
David Wroe, national security correspondent In her strongest remarks yet on Donald Trump, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said the US President is "driving an economic nationalist agenda", indicating his policies are considered an economic threat to Australia.
Esther Han The Berejiklian government has been accused of being "reckless in the extreme" by making a "last-minute" decision in relation to its land titles registry privatisation that Labor claims could potentially cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars.
James Robertson The state's growing tourism industry faces a major shortfall of labour amounting to 10,000 jobs within three years, a new report into the health of the state's visitor economy has warned.
Peter Hannam The storm hammered a region of Great Barrier Reef that had escaped the worst of recent coral bleaching.