The controversial Border Force visa checks across Melbourne's CBD has been cancelled.
Andrew Darby The Liberal Party has moved to clear its record with the Australian Electoral Commission over a $48,000 debt repaid in Tasmania by former director Damien Mantach, as Labor calls for a police investigation.
Patrick Begley A 71-year-old woman stood in the dock, looking across the court at the daughter she had sexually abused 40 years ago.
Michael Koziol The iconic Imperial Hotel in Erskineville has been sold, with its new owners undertaking to put an end to the venue's recent troubles.
Michael Bachelard As a teenager, Sean Price followed a woman and her two young children from the shops, forced his way into her home, before punching her, threatening to kill the children, and digitally penetrating her as they watched on.
Julie Power Cherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and an annual second-guessing about when the flowers will emerge.
Jacob Saulwick Why are so many senior Transport for NSW workers leaving the building?
Michaela Whitbourn Police and prosecutors refuse to take an active role in preparing cases involving ICAC targets for trial, a former head of the corruption watchdog says.
Sean Nicholls Bail will be refused in all but extraordinary circumstances for anyone charged in NSW with a serious offence who also has terrorism links, in light of the Martin Place siege.
Paul Bibby Man Monis's appearance in Penrith local court two months before last year's Sydney siege was, in the circumstances, surprisingly uneventful.