Bill Shorten is poised to unveil an ambitious plan aimed at turbo-charging jobs and growth via a $10 billion financing facility for new public works and up-front commitments to get blocked major projects moving.
Stephen Mudd Six months ago the life of a Griffith woman was saved after a horrific crash on a dirt road.
James Massola Treasurer Scott Morrison has praised as "innovative" a proposal that could see workers rewarded with tax credits in exchange for a reduction in penalty rates.
Leesha McKenny The suburb that's set to become the most densely populated in the country is going to be bigger than previously thought, fuelling concerns about the congestion issues already plaguing Green Square.
Bianca Hall Two Australian lawyers, barred from entering Papua New Guinea after preparing to represent authorities in a corruption case against PNG Prime Minister Peter O'Neill, will learn their fate on Thursday.
Emma Partridge NSW Premier Mike Baird says more must be done to combat radicalisation in schools and that Sydney has a problem with Islamic extremism, following a "terrorist" attack in which a police employee was killed.
Rachel Olding A group of western Sydney extremists recruited a vulnerable schoolboy to carry out a terror attack because they were under too much surveillance to do it themselves.
Jewel Topsfield Agriculture minister does a deal with an Indonesian minister famous for her policy of blowing up illegal fishing boats.
Anna Patty, Workplace Editor Premier Mike Baird has been urged to using NSW steel for its future infrastructure projects in response to a new report which shows a local procurement policy could help save the Illawarra steel industry.
Eryk Bagshaw For the residents of Lane Street in Wentworthville, waking to the sound of police helicopters has become all too familiar.
In it's fourth year, Canowindra's Airing of the Quilts has again drawn hundreds of onlookers from across the ...
It's rare for an employee to have a forty-plus year record of service. Add to that record the ...
Cowra Mayor and Centroc Chair Bill West has urged all sides of the debate surrounding the possibility of ...