Boats and climate. The opening skirmishes the 2016 election campaign show the perennial frictions of Australian politics remain just that, perennial - despite the passing of Tony Abbott and talk of a new more hopeful discourse.
Nassim Khadem The biggest-ever release of more than 200,000 secret offshore entities part of the Panama Papers investigation will be unveiled on Tuesday.
They're the issues that could make or break Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten.
Rachel Olding The case of a 21-year-old Sydney woman who allegedly had $4.6 million mistakenly given to her by her bank is not the first time Westpac has been left red-faced by a costly "glitch".
Emma Partridge The body of a university student was pulled from a white Ford station wagon and placed onto the cold, concrete floor of a Cronulla unit car park.
Heath Aston, political correspondent Malcolm Turnbull's media minders will plot a course through a supermarket right down to which aisle the Prime Minister will walk down. It rarely involves the fresh fruit and veg section.
Peter Martin The Turnbull government's pre-election budget is one of the least popular in decades, being beaten only by the first Abbott-Hockey budget in 2014.
Peter Hannam CSIRO plans to close its ice lab and cease key Antarctic science activities, moves that scientists warn will damage Australia's international partnerships and run counter to a new $2 billion-plus government plan for the region.
Mark Kenny Nothing dampens the collective mood like the cold snap that swept into Canberra on Sunday.
Mark Kenny With a wafer-thin lead of 51-49 in the latest Fairfax-Ipsos poll - or 50-50 if voter preferences are taken into account - the result cannot be predicted.
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