Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has escalated his criticism of media outlets he says are waging a "jihad" against the government, describing the response to an aborted Australian Border Force operation in Melbourne as "hysterical" and ideologically driven.
Esther Han, Consumer Affairs Editor If you buy "free range" pork believing it's from pigs that can move about in a paddock, the ACCC says you have most likely been misled.
Nick Ralston NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione says he would need a "heck of a lot of convincing" before he would ever consider an Operation Fortitude-like visa crackdown on the streets of Sydney.
Peter Martin A sharp fall in national income has all but obliterated economic growth, pushing down income per head by the most since the GFC.
Michael Bachelard To corrupt police, foreigners are "fantastic, low risk targets".
Noel Towell The APS's largest department is battling to win hearts and minds. With very simple mathematics.
Inga Ting Four men from Sydney's west are expected to be charged on Thursday with the murder of Brendan Vollmost, 23, who disappeared after being CCTV footage showed him being chased and then abducted by a group of men.
James Robertson Sydney fisherman Cameron Sutherland was out on an early morning hunt for snapper, when something much bigger came into view.
Leesha McKenny The state government is considering buying out the owners of ANZ Stadium at Sydney Olympic Park, the Sports Minister says.
James Massola The Abbott government is close to releasing a shortlist of possible sites to host a nuclear waste dump, but has missed a self-imposed August deadline.