Police have charged a mother for leaving her two-year-old daughter in a locked air-conditioned car in Sydney's south on Thursday.
Latika Bourke, Michaela Whitbourn and Jane Lee Sweeping cuts to domestic violence and Indigenous legal services will no longer go ahead after another budget backdown from the federal government.
Noel Towell APS super off the table but battle over wages and conditions continues with both sides talking tough.
Peter Martin Australians are leaving NSW in greater numbers than they are arriving.
Heath Aston Parliament is set to examine the ice scourge ravaging communities all over the country following the release of a landmark report into the issue.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent Australia is looking to get itself back on the United Nations Security Council just months after finishing a tumultuous two-year term that covered the MH17 crisis and the emergence of the Islamic State terror group.
Rachel Olding Teenage killer Kieran Loveridge has been moved to the state's highest security prison for having an "improper relationship" with a female guard, just a week after he allegedly stomped on the head of another prisoner.
Lisa Cox, Mark Kenny The Abbott government has again put itself on a collision course with US President Barack Obama, this time over government funding for coal-fired power plants.
Josh Dye Freed Australian journalist Peter Greste has criticised the Abbott government for denying journalists access to asylum seekers held in detention centres.
Lisa Cox Indigenous land holders are mounting a challenge to Australia's largest coal project and are calling on Queensland's Labor government to refuse a mining lease to the Indian company developing it.
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