Tony Abbott's review into his former friend was cut short after Bronwyn Bishop stopped participating.
Ava Benny-Morrison and Nick Ralston After years of infighting and protracted speculation, the NSW Police force has moved into a new era, with promises of a fresh leadership style and no tolerance for past grievances.
Michael Koziol, Latika Bourke Attorney-General George Brandis described the defeat as a "sad day".
Anna Patty Ten former Fair Work Commission members, including outspoken critic Graeme Watson, retired early within months of qualifying for a full pension at the age of 60.
James Massola Julie Bishop has delivered a blast to the backbench rebels, questioning their trust in Australia's own legal and political system.
Anna Patty Workplace Editor Retailers are asking for the minimum wage to be increased by less than the inflation rate a month after winning a reduction in Sunday penalty rates.
Amy Remeikis A major review of the mental health services available to serving and former members of the military has produced some alarming findings.
Heath Aston, political correspondent A family that could be split apart by government moves to deport the two parents back to Fiji has been given a flicker of hope after the Human Rights Commission agreed to examine their case.
Mark Kenny, National Affairs Editor The performance of the Senate in the company tax debate has been marked by an overweening self-importance.
Kate McClymont A snapshot of a single day in the life of Ian Macdonald perfectly captures the extraordinary venality and corruption of the then cabinet minister.
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