The threat of major coral bleaching in the Great Barrier Reef looks to be receding with the onset of stormier weather.
Esther Han The Red Cross is scrambling to determine whether its donated blood supply is tainted, following four national recalls of frozen berries linked with hepatitis A outbreaks.
Primrose Riordan Independent investigation into loose-fill asbestos in NSW has identified a second contaminated house near Canberra.
Sarah Whyte Sydneysiders more accustomed to seeing declarations of love or advertisements written in the sky were exposed to a more political statement on Tuesday - close Manus Island detention centre.
Melanie Kembrey Medical clinics are advertising experimental ketamine injections directly to the public as a treatment for severe depression.
Michaela Whitbourn The man admitted he had lied on his CV.
Megan Levy A man who allegedly held his former girlfriend captive for three weeks in his home in Sydney's west has been charged with assault and kidnapping offences.
Stephanie Gardiner In a room filled with the chaos of a fight - shattered glass, a broken phone and paper strewn on the floor - Katherine Abdallah made a triple-0 call as she washed the blood off the knives she had used to stab her flatmate, prosecutors told a Supreme Court jury on Tuesday.
David Wroe Tony Abbott is stepping up the government's push for laws compelling phone and internet firms to keep customer metadata, calling such data 'absolutely critical' to fighting child pornography online.
Sean Nicholls Unions representing 9,000 electricity industry workers have pitched a compromise employment agreement offer to the NSW government in what they say is a "last ditch attempt" to avoid industrial action.