The state government's shake-up of homelessness services was hurried and lacked transparency, says an independent report.
Deborah Snow An injured 89-year-old woman threatened with eviction from Prince of Wales Hospital last weekend has died.
Paul Bibby The prosecutor responsible for opposing the release of Man Haron Monis on bail a year before the Lindt Cafe siege has admitted that he did not present evidence to the magistrate about the risk Monis might try to flee the country.
Tom Arup The cost to the economy of adopting a more ambitious emissions reduction target for 2030 is significantly less than claimed by Prime Minister Tony Abbott, the government's own commissioned economic modelling reveals.
Anne Davies The headland park at Barangaroo will stand as a monument to Paul Keating's single-minded determination to recreate the original headland, which was destroyed 100 years ago.
Nick Toscano Former staff at a Melbourne corrections centre never told police about a teenager being repeatedly raped by her father due to a philosophy of fixing problems from within the family.
Nicole Hasham Joseph Zreika* fled Lebanon with visions of Australia as "the best country" with "good people and justice for everyone".
Amy Corderoy Australian women with very early stage 'breast cancers' are being given potentially unnecessary invasive treatment that may not decrease their risk of dying from the disease, a groundbreaking international study indicates.
Put your photographic skills to the test and whet your appetite for Clique’s Shoot the Chef competition.The brief is simple: Shoot a chef.All types are cameras welcome for this national competition, and creative interpretation is encouraged. The grand prize package includes $5000 cash and a Nikon camera kit valued at $7500 to feed your food and photography cravings.
Louise Hall Michael Christie wept as he described turning off his son Daniel's life support system following a one-punch attack by Shaun McNeil in Kings Cross on New Year's Eve in 2013.