Work is proceeding on a controversial 2.6m metal fence across the lawns of Parliament House
Ava Benny-Morrison A gunman is on the run and dozens of children have been left traumatised after a shooting in busy park in Sydney's south-west.
Rachel Olding ???In the space of three weeks in mid-2014, Moudasser Taleb's views appeared to change drastically. Commenting on a YouTube video of al-Qaeda bombing a Yemen hospital, the Panania man, who was arrested at Sydney Airport on Thursday allegedly trying to join Islamic State, said he abhorred violence.
Kate McClymont Free jelly beans have left a sour taste for the betting site TAB, which faces hefty fines and legal costs for breaching gambling advertising regulations.
Tony Wright It's a rare day when both a prime minister and an opposition leader shower accolades upon a journalist.
Adam Gartrell, Political Correspondent Federal Labor frontbencher Joel Fitzgibbon has been accused of contradicting himself over his contact with Chinese officials.
James Robertson and Lisa Visentin NSW government unsure how many buildings are clad in the material blamed for the London residential building inferno.
Michael Koziol Members of Malcolm Turnbull's cabinet have rushed to the defence of their ministerial colleagues over remarks about the judiciary that have landed them in court and facing possible contempt charges.
Michaela Whitbourn Fatima Mehajer pleaded guilty to 77 counts of giving false or misleading information to the AEC.
Peter Martin The tollway linking Wollongong to Sydney will need 60 hectares of Australia's oldest national park.