More than 100,000 people have backed moves to remove the GST from women's sanitary products in a petition tabled by Queensland Greens Senator Larissa Waters.
Patrick Begley A Sydney driver who crashed into seven cyclists in Sydney's east has told his victims he will be haunted forever by the accident.
Michael Gordon Tony Abbott has abandoned his opposition to Indigenous-only conferences on constitutional recognition to regain the support of Aboriginal leaders.
Kate Aubusson It has all the hallmarks of a reality TV showreel and perhaps that's exactly what it is.
Latika Bourke Deputy Liberal leader Julie Bishop has strongly hinted she personally supports same sex marriage but says she wants stronger reassurances about how change would affect religious institutions.
Louise Hall A Supreme Court judge has questioned why alleged terrorist Omarjan✓ Azari✓ is being held in very onerous conditions in Supermax when he is yet to be convicted of a criminal offence.
Paul Bibby Crucial documents that could further expose prosecution errors which lead to the release of Sydney siege gunman Man Monis on bail will not be examined by the inquest into the tragedy, with the NSW Coroner declaring that unless professional privilege laws are changed "there's nothing I can do".
Latika Bourke The federal government says it will seek to continue the royal commission into trade unions in the event the former High Court judge overseeing the inquiry, Dyson Heydon, stands aside.
Mark Kenny and James Massola Tony Abbott has unleashed a fresh parliamentary assault on the ALP, but his attempt to regain the upper hand has again been undermined by leaks and disunity from his own government.
Megan Levy Firefighters have contained a large blaze that broke out at a boatshed in Gladesville on Thursday morning and sent a large plume of black smoke over Sydney's north-west.