A prominent Melbourne vet is allegedly at the centre of the doping scandal gripping the Australian racing industry, and is suspected of providing banned substances to several figures including underworld identities.
Peter Martin Wages are climbing at their slowest pace this century, yet few Australians seem concerned.
Sarah Whyte Some young people are choosing to use the drug ice over alcohol at parties because it is cheaper and more readily available, a Senate inquiry has heard.
Michael Koziol One of Sydney's highest-profile nightspots, Hugos Lounge in Kings Cross, is set to close after being placed into voluntary administration on Wednesday.
Rachel Olding New DNA evidence and statements from new witnesses are among crucial pieces of evidence that led to the breakthrough arrest of the accused family court bomber.
Julie Power Both the computer industry and agribusiness are facing a critical lack of skills
Nick Ralston Persistence by detectives leading to an arrest in a 30-year-old case is why anyone involved in murder should never think their case is closed, says Deputy Police Commissioner Nick Kaldas.
Sean Nicholls Deputy police commissioner Nick Kaldas has attacked former ombudsman Bruce Barbour over his investigation of a long-running police bugging scandal, declaring he has been biased and he has "tainted" the office.
Rachel Olding and Nick Ralston More than 30 years after a string of family court bombings and shootings that terrorised Sydney, the only person ever identified as a suspect has been charged over the shocking crimes.
Deborah Snow Former prime minister Julia Gillard had to undertake compulsory lessons in laundry as part of her public school education, while all the boys were doing " groovy things like metalwork, electronics and woodwork."
Endeavour Energy plans to invest $15 million on upgrading the power supply to Schofields and Marsden Park.