In an embarrassing defeat, the NSW government has been forced to drop charges against 24 UberX drivers after a bungled prosecution.
Tim Barlass, Rania Spooner "Initially it was happiness then sadness," said Kaylene Mann, who lost her brother and sister-in-law Rodney and Mary Burrows on flight MH370, after debris was washed up on Reunion Island.
Peter Martin Leaked details of the Trans Pacific Partnership talks underway in Hawaii suggest that government-owned firms such as Australia Post, the Clean Energy Finance Corporation and the National Broadband network could be caught up in provisions designed to impose "additional disciplines" on state owned enterprises.
Nicole Hasham Arrogance rather than the threat of the death penalty drove the federal government’s decision to allow three Australian workers on Manus Island accused of sexual assault to return home, a national lawyers group says.
Mark Kenny Chief Political Correspondent Tony Abbott has spent a third full day away from the media spotlight as the travel allowance scandal engulfing his hand-picked Speaker finally brought an apology from Bronwyn Bishop and with it a request that the Department of Finance examine all her travel claims.
Kate Aubusson A major fire has ripped through a disused building in Eastern Creek.
"The Speaker had a number of meetings during her visit to Victoria and always seeks to fit in as many meetings and events into her schedule as possible. It is because of her concern for the country, she works as hard as she can and wishes she could do even more."
Melanie Kembrey Australia's early female convicts were once described as "the disgrace of their sex", but they're about to turn respectable.
Sean Nicholls and Royce Millar Fresh concerns about the use of parliamentary resources have emerged over fundraising efforts conducted by a Liberal Party staffer.
A strong community response has halted plans to demolish the Alexandria Hotel.