Fans have criticised the Albert "Tibby" Cotter Bridge at the Cricket World Cup quarter-final between Sri Lanka and South Africa
Nicole Hasham About 19,000 votes cast for the NSW upper house will be considered valid, despite two parties being left off part of the ballot paper, electoral authorities say.
Anna Patty Employees have given electricity network companies Ausgrid and Endeavour Energy notice of a series of staggered work stoppages next week over a stalled workplace agreement.
Amy Corderoy and Harriet Alexander Our health system is the envy of the world. We have some of the best outcomes and lowest costs in everything from cancer to hospital errors.
Leesha McKenny A stretch of one of Sydney's last undeveloped headlands has been saved from sell off less than two months after revelations the site was being sized up for thousands of apartments.
Louise Hall The "royal prank" call broadcast on 2Day FM was "highly exploitative" and "personally degrading and humiliating" of the two hospital workers caught up in the infamous hoax, the broadcast media watchdog has found.
Emma Macdonald The University of Canberra's vice-chancellor believes a change of minister would be best for the higher-education sector, given the anger over Christopher Pyne's handling of the university-funding deregulation issue.
Peter Hannam The Baird government is likely to take a dim view of any proposal to trial controversial cable logging on steep slopes on the state’s North Coast, according to Environment Minister Rob Stokes.
Michaela Whitbourn The ICAC inquiries have eroded trust in major political parties. It could deliver an electoral windfall to wildcard candidates.
Royce Millar and Ben Schneiders Bill Shorten's push for ALP reform has been thwarted in his home state of Victoria.
A woman with a long history of driving offences was put off the road yet again when she appeared before ...