News Corp co-chairman Lachlan Murdoch has invoked his grandfather's reporting of Gallipoli to lash the Abbott government's new national security laws that could jail journalists for up to 10 years.
The state government will begin preparing to tear up George Street this Sunday to lay the path for the new eastern suburbs light rail project.But the first stage of the $1.6 billion project could also threaten to be one of its most fraught. Companies close to the project have warned the state government is underestimating the complexity of navigating the underside of Sydney’s oldest and busiest street.
The Abbott government is offering to ditch or delay the most controversial elements of its sweeping higher education to secure a deal with the Senate cross-benchers to allow universities to set their own fees.
Senior executives to be shown the door after a "Transition Process".
The campaign to end live exports has reignited after new vision emerged showing the cruel mistreatment of Australian animals in Middle Eastern countries.
For Patrick Green, a physiotherapy student at the University of Sydney, the thought of doing his two-unit maths HSC course again would make him want to "crawl up into a little ball and cry."
Two housemaids and another man, Andreanus Ongo, the boyfriend of one of the maids, are in custody for the murder, which was alleged to have taken place in the kitchen of the luxury villa the couple shared.
Canberra's Jason Roses may have been evicted from the Big Brother house but he's still dancing.
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A multi-state taskforce to investigate suspected ties between organised crime and union officials is to be established.