The executives of the world's largest technology companies will be grilled by a Senate inquiry into corporate tax avoidance, as the government hopes to claw back up to $4 billion in revenue into public coffers.
The day's burning issues as seen through the eyes of the Herald's editorial cartoonist.
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".
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.
Sean Nicholls One Sydney hotel is making more than $250,000 a week
Peter Hannam The paucity of independent monitoring of waste water from coal mines in NSW is leaving communities exposed to decades of pollution, long after mining operations have ceased, Ian Wright, a leading water ecologist, said.
Tom McIlroy Australians had "little to no knowledge" of the government's efforts to stop tax avoidance.
Alexandra Smith Students in NSW will not sit NAPLAN tests online until schools are confident they are ready to move from paper and pen, according to the Education Minister Rob Stokes.
Andrew Taylor A new residential development offers people with disability the chance to live in a home of their own.