Belle Gibson will likely be hauled before the court after action by Consumer Affairs Victoria.
Damien Murphy Political wannabe Evan Hughes, the man who would be Turnbull, stands knee-deep at Watson's Bay demanding to be taken seriously.
Melanie Kembrey The Baird government's plan to sell one of the largest coastal plots still available in the city is capturing the attention of major developers keen to build in the Long Bay prison complex.
Bianca Hall, Legal Affairs reporter Immigration Minister Peter Dutton owes a young African refugee raped on Nauru a duty of care, and must not force her to terminate her pregnancy in Papua New Guinea, the Federal Court ruled on Friday.
Rachel Olding The items may have seemed innocuous at first: men's underwear, camouflage gear, solar watches, hiking boots.
Emma Partridge Former detective Roger Rogerson has taken the stand to give evidence at his NSW Supreme Court murder trial on Friday.
Sarah Danckert The chair of the powerful Senate economics references committee has hit out at Commonwealth Bank of Australia chief executive Ian Narev.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent Defence experts have welcomed plans for a dramatic boost to the number of Singaporean soldiers training in Australia as a natural deepening of the relationship in the face of growing uncertainty in Asia.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent The killing of Islamic State recruiter Neil Prakash will not halt the flow of foreign fighters or the inspiration of local plots because another jihadist will "fill that void", a top federal police officer says.
Anne Davies The Waverton community has had a major victory in its fight to stop a super yacht marina carpeting Berrys Bay with boats, after a regional planning panel refused the proposal.