Jailed former NSW Labor minister Eddie Obeid has launched a fresh court bid to be freed on bail as he fights his conviction for misconduct in public office.
Stephanie Gardiner, Louise Hall The last time Brenda Lin saw her father, she didn't hug him or speak to him.
Sean Nicholls A panel chaired by former premier Morris Iemma says the industry is sustainable if it follows its recommendations.
Tony Wright Cigarette giant Philip Morris, which is professing it wants a smoke-free future, is facing major obstacles to its plan to introduce to Australia a new cigarette that eliminates smoke by heating tobacco rather than burning it.
Tom McIlroy The Turnbull government is preparing to introduce new criminal penalties for anyone convicted of impersonating a Commonwealth entity.
Sydney Airport has said it "will be endeavouring to meet " the government's timetable and decide by May whether to take up its right to develop a $5 billion airport in western Sydney.
Jessica Irvine The first ever national survey of renters' experiences has uncovered widespread fear and anxiety.
Fergus Hunter The government will reportedly seek to curb capital gains tax concessions for property investors in an attempt to improve housing affordability and boost revenue as budget cuts continue to falter in the Senate.
Michael Koziol A fresh parliamentary push on same-sex marriage has become more likely after a cross-party Senate committee reached a broad consensus on refining the government's same-sex marriage legislation.
James Massola Treasurer Scott Morrison has signalled the May budget will raise taxes to protect Australia's AAA credit rating - if the senate blocks $13.2 billion in proposed savings.