As Canberra swelled with politicians filing in for budget estimates, there was one notable absence.
Judith Ireland PM told Parliament that the killing of concert-goers was an "attack on innocence".
Stephanie Peatling School funding reforms are in the Parliament, Senate estimates are in full swing, and Pauline Hanson is under more pressure.
James Massola Senior ALP figure "can see his last chance to be leader slipping away", say critics.
David Wroe, national security correspondent The old guard of the RSL NSW has been dramatically swept from power amid a series of financial scandals.
Fergus Hunter Push for new national anthem would delete words some Aboriginal Australians find offensive.
Latika Bourke "I don't think there is any appetite in the Liberal party for another leadership change," John Howard says.
Michael Koziol, immigration reporter "I don't know whether Andrew Bolt actually has possession of the footage. I certainly haven't shared it with him."
Heath Aston The delivery time frame for the Snowy Mountains scheme has been increased by two years.
Adam Morton Taxpayers would pay tens of billions for Australia to meet targets under direct action policy.
See who was in the Canowindra News back in October 2000.
Casey Donovan performed to a packed house at taste Canowindra last Saturday, May 13.
Thanks to donations from Canowindra Lions Club and the Middleton family the Canowindra Hospital Auxiliary has presented new ...
Cowra sisters Lara and Madelyn McIntyre have been named the winners of our Lachlan Besties competition.
Three Victorians are headed to the International Ploughing Championships after winning the National titles in Cowra.
Canowindra Tigers made it two from two on Sunday.
Police want members of the public who have explosives to contact them and tell them what they have, ...