About $30 million will be spent re-developing the state's first designated children's court, which closed 32 years ago.
Ben Schneiders, Royce Millar and James Massola Eight executives from Thiess John Holland have been called to give evidence to the Royal Commission into union corruption over a controversial mid 2000s deal between the builder and Bill Shorten
Matthew Knott A trial of deregulated fees at selected universities, a choice to "opt out" of the deregulated system and giving more money to institutions whose students get jobs are some of the ideas to be presented to Education Minister Simon Birmingham as he reworks the Turnbull government's higher education policies.
Natalie O'Brien Support for live baiting in the greyhound racing industry continued even after the scandal that followed the shocking footage aired earlier this year showing small animals being ripped apart by dogs during training sessions.
Gareth Hutchens, in Atlanta, Georgia The United States has added a surprising last-minute twist in negotiations on the mega-trade deal.
Patrick Begley The firebombs were crude: Corona beer bottles and V energy drink cans filled with petrol. A couple had strips of Bob the Bui
Craig Butt, Health Reporter A drug that reverses the effects of potentially fatal overdoses could be made an over-the-counter medicine from next year.
Jacob Saulwick Cyclists could be forced to contribute to a compensation fund or take out third party insurance, under mechanisms being looked at by the NSW government.
Daniel Flitton Relief at a delay to deregulate university fees comes with a call to government to keep foreign students coming to Australia to cover funding shortfalls.
Kate Aubusson Sydney is in for a rough ride this long weekend, with traffic chaos expected to affect major roads and strain public transport services.