Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten face off in the nation's first online debate, fielding questions on marriage equality, climate change, mental health, the NBN and the economy.
Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten face off in front of one hundred swinging voters during the Sky News people’s forum in western Sydney.
Bill Shorten with Labor's economic plan,
Hosts Paul Murray and Andrew Bolt take the prime minister to task for refusing to appear alongside Bill Shorten at Sky News people’s forum in Brisbane
Labor leader Bill Shorten has made a number of announcements this week aimed at helping young people into work or education.
Bill Shorten gives his strongest indication that a future Labor government would be in favour of a treaty with Indigenous people as well as constitutional recognition.
He's currently battling to become Australia's next prime minister, but 'man boobs' and not Malcolm Turnbull may be Bill Shorten's biggest issue. A problem faced by an increasing number of men.
Opposition leader Bill Shorten addressed reporters at a press conference in Perth and answered questions on the ongoing controversy surrounding an opinion piece by NBN chairman Ziggy Switowski