Two truck drivers are dead after a fiery head-on crash that has closed the notorious Picton Road in Wilton, in Sydney's south.
Nick O'Malley, ???Krystyna Pollard A rogue councillor is running a campaign against a proposed Islamic school in Sydney, shedding light on the scope of the backlash against mainstream politics in Australia.
Latika Bourke The Westminster attacker Khalid Masood was born Adrian Russell Ajao and was from Dartford in Kent but took on a number of aliases before his murderous rampage targeting Britain's parliament this week.
Jacob Saulwick Change is bearing in the form of a potential overhaul of what has been a feature of the village since 1824.
A man who allegedly claimed to be an undercover police officer before he indecently assaulted a 16-year-old girl has been arrested and charged in Sydney's north.
Georgina Mitchell When the starter's gun fires for the Sydney Morning Herald half marathon on May 21, Nathan Johnston and Nathan Shoemark won't be trying to beat each other.
David Wroe, National security correspondent Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne has cited the uncertainty about Donald Trump's foreign policy as one reason why Australia needs to bolster its home-grown defence industry.
Mark Kenny National Affairs Editor Local beef producers have won unfettered access to the giant Chinese domestic market for the first time, in a commercial breakthrough that gives Australia a unique level of entree denied to all other countries until now. But the resolution of Australia's beef over beef exports came with a gentle reminder to Canberra, and other regional neighbours, that China will not back down on the South China Sea and regards its outposts in international waters as its sovereign territory.
Latika Bourke and Nick Miller The Westminster attacker was British-born and previously investigated by Britain's spy agency MI5 "some years ago" for violent extremism, Prime Minister Theresa May has revealed.
Nick Miller It was a very British vigil. But heartfelt, in that particular way the British show their feelings.