Tell 'em they're dreamin', says Michael Caton in the famous movie The Castle. Now, he has the same message for politicians about coal seam gas mining.
Ross Peake The iconic tally board from the former national tally room, previously used for federal elections, will become part of history at Old Parliament House. However, the Museum of Australian Democracy will not have space to display the entire board which is 37 metres wide and seven metres high.
Su-Lin Tan Police have charged a 65-year-old man for allegedly assaulting and making sexual remarks to a 12-year-old girl on a bus in Sydney's east on Thursday.
Dan Harrison The political party Malcolm Fraser was working to set up when he died was to stand for an Australian republic that was reconciled with its first peoples through a treaty, with a larger population, a more independent foreign policy and a post-carbon economy.
James Massola A shake-up of Prime Minister Tony Abbott's office is on the cards, with long-serving political fixer Tony Nutt in discussions to return to Canberra after the NSW state election.
Peter Hannam and Lisa Cox The Abbott government has proposed a major concession to the heavy-polluting electricity industry in its Direct Action climate change policy by exempting individual companies from caps on emissions.
Louise Hall A nightclub owner's son, who sexually assaulted a teenage girl in a Kings Cross alley and bragged about taking her virginity, has been sentenced to at least three years' jail.
Alistair Walsh They're deserting the sun-drenched city in droves and who can blame them?
Nick Ralston ONE woman has died and a man is in a critical condition after a skydiving incident on the NSW north coast.
Jason Dowling The cameras clicked fast from those gathered outside The Scots' Church on Russell Street as Julie Gillard stepped out - she was a popular figure at the funeral of former prime minister Malcolm Fraser.