One of Australia's worst serial asbestos dumpers has set up shop in Melbourne after narrowly avoiding jail for illegally disposing of hundreds of tonnes of deadly contaminated waste across Sydney.
Rachel Olding A bumbling cocaine syndicate showed off about being untouchable while they were selling to undercover operatives.
Michael Gordon at Uluru The people of Mutitjulu have a rock on which to build their recovery.
When piles of asbestos are dumped, who pays the price? Patrick Begley and Mario Christodoulou reveal serious flaws in the system that is supposed to make polluters clean up the potentially deadly messes they leave behind.
Esther Han If an insurer-preferred smash repairer causes further damage to a car, should the insurance company pay all the subsequent costs, including replacing the vehicle?
Julie Power Some brand new cars on the Australian market have safety standards that double an occupant's risk of death in a crash at 64 km/h, says the head of a not-for-profit vehicle safety group.
Adam Gartrell, Health Correspondent The Medicare rebate freeze will remain in place for tens of millions of GP services - including mental health plans and chronic disease management - for another three years under little-known details of the Turnbull government's budget.
Inga Ting Nearly one third of the 545 Australians currently imprisoned or facing charges overseas were convicted or arrested for drug-related crimes.
A man has died after falling from a balcony in Sydney's lower north shore on Saturday.
Kieran Gair The 33-year-old inmate received "multiple stab wounds to the neck, chest and abdomen" throughout the altercation, a NSW Ambulance spokesman said.
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Contractors spent much of this week clearing out asbestos and rubbish.