Police have charged two brothel employees for allegedly assaulting another employee with a hammer before robbing him in Sydney's west.
Nick McKenzie and Richard Baker Accounting firm Deloitte has revealed it has investigated at least 100 potentially illegal acts involving local firms in the past two years.
Sean Nicholls A union and the state's peak welfare agency are at each others throats over Premier Mike Baird's plan to make an affordable housing fund, but only if he is able to partially privatise the electricity network.
Heath Aston The NSW Liberal Party has risked reigniting leadership tensions within the federal party by using Malcolm Turnbull in a last-minute push to shore up votes in marginal seats.
Gareth Hutchens Australia's chief scientist says the Abbott government ought to adopt most recommendations in his report on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics investment if it wants his proposals to work properly.
Nick Toscano Whistleblower on corruption within the HSU denies any wrongdoing in new statement of defence.
Peter Munro Welcome to the oval where school children have been advised to wear bicycle helmets for protection during play. Such is the danger from flying golf balls on Northbridge Oval that several primary school principals have stopped students from using the space.
Dan Harrison There is not enough evidence to know whether electronic cigarettes help smokers quit or whether they are harmful, according to the nation's expert health research body.
Jacob Saulwick and Amy Corderoy The NSW state election 2015 live blog brings you all the news you need to know as voters prepare to head to the polls.
Gareth Hutchens Treasurer Joe Hockey has rejected a suggestion by mining millionaire Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest that the world’s iron ore companies should band together to restrict iron ore supplies to stop global prices falling.