A 54 year old man from Leumeah in Sydney's south-west has been charged with the possession of child abuse material.
Daniel Flitton Julie Bishop elected to don a headscarf arriving in Tehran early Saturday morning - a covering the local morality police force on all Iranian women.
Daniel Flitton Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has set a new tone for Australia's ties with Iran, breaking with years of sour suspicions over Tehran's nuclear program to emphasise "common purpose" in defeating Islamic State militants in Iraq.
Rick Feneley Freddy doesn't know why police have chosen not to believe his shameful story, or what possible motivation he could have for lying about his involvement in violence against gay men in the 1980s.
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Kate McClymont About 30 family, friends, barristers and sporting figures gathered to celebrate Margaret Cunneen's High Court win at the historic Lord Nelson hotel in Sydney.
Michaela Whitbourn Margaret Cunneen has won a victory for ICAC's critics. She has forced the watchdog onto a tighter leash.
Mark Kenny and Dan Harrison Tony Abbott has urged fractious state governments to leave political partisanship at the door for the next 12 to 16 months.
Kate Aubusson Revelations that the Federal Government allocated $4 million in funding to climate contrarian Dr Bjorn Limborg for a "consensus centre" has sparked calls for Education Minister Christopher Pyne's resignation.
Lisa Cox Kevin Rudd's chances for the top job at the United Nations have been dealt a blow by experts, who say there is a stronger candidate who ticks all the right boxes.