Opposition leader Luke Foley has delivered a rousing speech to launch his 2015 election campaign, declaring the March 28 poll can be won by Labor despite the daunting 15 per cent swing required.
Su-Lin Tan, Dan Proudman A man has died after being shot by police on the NSW central coast.
Sean Nicholls Luke Foley takes pride in his knowledge of political history and it took him only a couple of minutes to underline what will be energising him over the four weeks before the March 28 election.
Peter Spinks Aided by the seismic waves from earthquakes, scientists have reason to believe that deep within the Earth's inner core sits yet another even deeper innermost shell, containing iron crystals aligned in a different direction.
Emma Partridge Tony Abbott's days as PM may be numbered, but he adopted a beatific demeanour as he attended the opening of a Buddhist college in Wollongong.
Kate McClymont The identity of the person or persons responsible for sending extremely defamatory poison-pen emails about senior staff and councillors at Hurstville may be revealed this week.
Noel Towell Thousands of taxpayers have been allowed to keep hundreds of dollars they over-claimed.
Nick Miller Two of Australia’s senior diplomats, including former foreign minister Alexander Downer, have expressed their admiration and respect for murdered Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov.
Emma Partridge and Sarah Whyte Prime Minister Tony Abbott any thrown out any suggestion there will be a leadership spill this week, labelling continued speculation as "recycled rubbish".
Michael Gordon Coalition MPs inclined to give Tony Abbott more time to recover now have a strong argument to back their instincts and resist any move to topple him this week.