Internet providers should "immediately" change their advertising for National Broadband Network speeds, according to new guidance issued by the competition watchdog.
James Massola, Amy Remeikis Angry Coalition MPs are blaming the citizenship fiasco and the marriage survey for another hit in the polls.
James Massola Liberal MP Ann Sudmalis has attempted to dismiss new questions over her possible dual citizenship, after an incoming passenger card from 1966 - filled out when she was 10 years old and re-entering Australia - emerged in which she listed her nationality as "British Australian".
Damien Nowicki Until all federal politicians are independently examined, it is reasonable to expect that more ineligible MPs will emerge.
David Wroe The next terrorist attack will "be on your head, Pauline", Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young has told Pauline Hanson after the One Nation's burqa stunt on the floor of the Senate.
Nicole Frost It took just five minutes for frenzied bidding to push up the price of a house destined for the wrecking ball from an opening bid of $1 million to a whopping $2.2 million.
Karl Quinn Seven go north to capture a walker, so they can bring it to King's Landing to show Cersei. What could possibly go wrong?
Patrick Commins Shares suffered a dour start to the trading week as BlueScope became this earnings season's latest victim, while selling in Telstra and CSL also weighed on the ASX.
Georgina Mitchell North Korea has warned Australia it is "suicidal" to conduct military drills with the United States, as a handful of Australian troops began an annual war game with the US and South Korea on Monday.
Colin Kruger Telstra's retail investors can only look on with envy as Fortescue founder, Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest, reaps the rewards of his audacious bet on iron ore.