Mary Hooker has a photograph of herself taken two days after she was released from Parramatta Girls Training School after a 15-month sentence in the early 1970s.
Lawyers for the sister of convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby have claimed the Federal Police seized documents "well outside" the scope of a search warrant as part of a series of raids over an alleged $2 million interview deal.
Sky News Australia CEO pushing for slot on free-to-air TV in a move that would put the service in direct competition with the ABC News 24.
Janet Mulquiney was so terrified of the prospect of going to the Parramatta Girls Training School she tried to jump out of a moving police car into traffic when she was being taken to the centre in 1970.
Labor's pursuit of conflict of interest allegations against Fiona Nash has been patchy, faltering affair, at times brilliant, and at others, limp.
Government's over-reaction exposed hypocrisy of Scott Morrison, and may have provided turning point for Bill Shorten.
Fiona Nash contradicts PM, insisting her former chief of staff did nothing wrong despite his being forced to resign by a conflict-of-interest controversy.
Heat extremes over land are occurring more frequently and with greater intensity, a climate shift partly concealed in global mean temperatures by cooling trends over the oceans, a new study has found.
Everyone has sprung to the ramparts to pour boiling oil upon the head of Stephen Conroy for having had the impertinence to offend Lieutenant-General Angus Campbell.
How does Joe Hockey find $280 million to lend to farmers from a cash-strapped budget?
In its 61st year, the Sydney Film Festival will expand its reach and establish a new hub in ...