Why has the state merged so many councils? And will the new councils be better than the old?
David Wroe The Australian security guard being held over the shooting death of a colleague at the Baghdad embassy was allowed to shower before he was detained and had his room partially cleaned, potentially destroying evidence, a former co-worker has said.
Andrew Taylor Carriageworks director Lisa Havilah says the arts should be more commercial and take risks, but is critical of the federal government's handling of the portfolio.
Ten people have been arrested as part of coordinated drug raids on the South Coast and Sydney.
Anna Patty Workplace Editor Two workers abused their bosses; one of them got away with it.
Michael Koziol As far as campaign stunts go, it doesn't get more blatantly political than a visit to an Australian Border Force patrol boat.
Lisa Visentin Almost two years after MH17 was shot from the sky over eastern Ukraine, the families and friends of the six NSW victims have spoken of their unimaginable loss and a grief left unblunted by the passage of time.
Nino Bucci and Tammy Mills Police have raided properties in Melbourne's north and west linked to five men charged over an alleged plan to travel by boat to Indonesia in a bid to join Islamic State.
Rachel Olding Sydney 18-year-old arrested for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack had attempted to leave the country three times to join Islamic State.
Nick Ralston and Rachel Olding An 18-year-old man previously stopped at Sydney Airport from flying to Syria has been arrested by counter-terrorism police for allegedly plotting an attack on home soil.
This week’s parkrun was completed in dry but chilly conditions.