Right group's claims sharpen focus on bipartisan policy of returning so-called "illegal" boat passengers despite fears over their welfare.
Sean Nicholls The ICAC has flatly rejected a call by Inspector David Levine for changes to how it holds its hearings.
Lucy Cormack, Consumer Affairs reporter Coles' Facebook page creates confusion over whether their milk is fresh or made from reconstituted milk powder.
Megan Levy Mystery surrounds the death of a woman who was found lying unconscious on a footpath with a serious head injury in Sydney's west two days ago and died in hospital overnight.
Rachel Browne When Ian Gardiner lost his job and couldn't afford bond, he moved into his Nissan Pulsar.
Liam Mannix The bodies lie as they fell, atop Everest.
Carrie Fellner and Dan Proudman Declan Lambkin sits next to a power pole on the side of the highway. Next to him are his six siblings, all mourning their father who died in a horror crash on Saturday.
Mark Kenny Chief Political Correspondent Kim Beazley thinks Bill Shorten's decision to take bold risks with policy have put Labor in a stronger position.
Anne Davies Amid rowdy scenes at Waverley Council, the mayor Sally Betts used her casting vote to reverse a decision to hold a plebiscite on a merger with Randwick and Woollahra councils and to block attempts by Labor and independent councillors to get more information on the controversial $38 million Bondi Pavilion upgrade.
Pallavi Singhal High-tech bins could spell the end of 6am wake-up calls from noisy garbage trucks.