Dognapping victim and accused fraudster Ian Lazar has been hit with another raft of criminal charges including cattle duffing and using “trickery” to obtain a concert promoter’s luxury wheels.
After undergoing her second brain surgery, Milan Ellis, 4, hopes to be home for Christmas.
Fisheries and climate change, gender equality and even trade are not priority foreign affairs and development issues for the Abbott government if its latest round of Australia Awards Fellowships is any guide.
The NSW government has delayed the procurement process on its proposed $2.8 billion order of 65 new intercity trains to run between central Sydney, the Central Coast and Hunter, and the South Coast and Blue Mountains.
They came in their thousands. Lining up in the summer sun for up to half an hour for the chance to leave their tributes to Sydney's siege victims.
The NSW government expects to find out in the next few weeks if it will be able to import cannabis to be used in three medical trials, or if it will have to grow the marijuana itself.
There have been at least 16 fatalities in Sydney Harbour from shark attacks in just over a century. How common are they now?
The country's leaders, top business advisers and science experts have approved a draft list of eight research priorities that will focus research and development effort on specific areas where Australia has a need or competitive edge.
Ten sales chief Louise Barrett says the third-ranked metropolitan broadcaster is on track to almost double revenue from its tent pole summer program, Big Bash League cricket.
Controversial state Labor MP Cesar Melhem spent nearly $30,000 from his union slush fund on himself without reimbursement and key evidence of the MP was not to be believed, an interim report from the royal commission into union corruption has said.