It mightn't seem obvious at first but there's a positive interpretation to North Korea's threatening Australia: it shows they're paying attention and they're feeling pressure.
Michael Koziol, Immigration correspondent "His comment that he knows more than we do is ridiculous," says local MP Ron Knight.
Fergus Hunter New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English has criticised the Turnbull government's newly unveiled citizenship changes.
Kirsty Needham in Beijing, James Massola State newspaper singles out deployment of 1250 marines to claim America is preparing for nuclear war.
David Wroe, national security correspondent Private Patrick Thomas Pyne was among the 4000 Australians who landed at Anzac Cove as part of the covering force on April 25, 1915.
James Massola, chief political correspondent The federal government appears to have been forced to released details of a high-level ministerial meeting with a top Chinese official, putting out the information three days after the meeting took place in Sydney and only once Chinese media published the communique from the meeting.
Michael Koziol, Immigration correspondent The Immigration Department is struggling to cope with a massive influx of inquiries about the government's changes to the citizenship test, with callers turned away or placed in lengthy queues.
Michael Koziol Papua New Guinea MP who called Peter Dutton 'ridiculous' was no longer technically an MP after last week's court ruling.
Nick O'Malley Although it was widely written off as an embarrassing failure, One Nation's campaign in the Western Australia election was a considerable victory in which the party positioned itself to seize long-term balance of power in the federal senate, according to a new analysis.
James Massola, chief political correspondent Defence experts said Pyongyang could have the ability to strike Australia with an inter-continental ballistic missile within three years.