A mystery woman, whose identity had perplexed the FBI, Interpol and thousands of online amateur sleuths, has been named after her nephew saw her call for help in the avalanche of media coverage that her plight generated.
Rachel Olding A Sydney man has been accused of providing thousands of dollars to Islamic State fighters following coded phone conversations and secret meetings between a group of friends, who called themselves the "Shura".
Paul Bibby The agency responsible for promoting the welfare of vulnerable young people in NSW does not have basic data about how often these children are sexually abused, even though the Ombudsman has the information.
Noel Towell Giant department has unveiled its new set of acronyms and not everybody is impressed.
James Bullen The former stevedoring eyesore in the heart of Sydney has reached a landmark in its transformation.
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Cameron Atfield Family First Senate candidate nearly toppled Wayne Swan in 2013.
Gareth Hutchens Australia's most respected public policy institute has savaged the Abbott government's approach to crafting federal budgets, warning Australia's economic future is being based on "hope" instead of real policy reform.
Bridie Smith Science Editor A study looking at the feeding behaviour of Australian fur seals in Bass Strait has found the animals benefit from the shipwrecks, pipelines and cables in their underwater world.
Amy Corderoy Sydney has the highest poverty rate of any capital city in Australia, according to a new report that shows the staggering gap between rich and poor in our state.
A MAN accused of stealing animals from Birdland Animal Park in Batemans Bay pleaded not guilty to a ...