Opposition leader Luke Foley has put himself at odds with the union representing NSW electricity workers by backing deep cuts to state-owned power company revenues over the next four years which could mean the loss of up to 4,600 jobs.
The day's burning issues as seen through the eyes of The Sydney Morning Herald's editorial cartoonist.
Many consider Prince Philip's gaffes as the innocent comments of a nice, old duffer. Others say it reveals a deep-seated racial and chauvinist prejudice.
Craig Butt While Rosie Batty has called on people to learn the data on family violence, the statistics themselves often prove elusive.
Daniel Flitton Protesters will march non-stop around ASIO headquarters in Canberra for 32-hours to draw attention the plight of at least 32 refugees locked in indefinite detention.
Lucy Battersby While the Prime Minister dismissed social media criticism as "electronic graffiti", his government has been spending millions of dollars on social media strategies.
Beau Donelly For Anthony and Beatriz Matheson, Australia Day bookends a journey that began with a holiday abroad almost a decade ago. It also marks a new beginning in the life of a young Australian family.
Stephanie Peatling Prime Minister Tony Abbott's decision to award Prince Philip a knighthood underscores the need for a debate about an Australian republic and identity, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten said on Monday.
Louise Thrower The continuing legal fallout over the Gullen Range wind farm is shaping up as a "colossal mess," says one observer.
Daisy Dumas Well, at least it didn't bother the contestants in the Great Sydney Swim.