It's the $200,000 funding promise that wasn't, and it has Tasmanian senator Jacqui Lambie fuming.
Michael Koziol Self-styled "peace activist" Danny Lim - a cardboard-carrying identity on the streets of Sydney - has been fined for offensive behaviour after brandishing a sign targeting Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
Peter Hannam Sydney can expect more rain later on Tuesday as the east coast low changes course and drifts in a north-easterly direction, meteorologists say.
Kate Aubusson and Megan Levy Hail and heavy rain pelted parts of Sydney on Monday night, with hailstones as large as 20 cent coins reported in some suburbs.
Allison Worrall MasterChef judge Gary Mehigan is being sued for $167,000 over allegedly unpaid construction work at a new warehouse-style events venue in Melbourne.
Jane Lee Dyson Heydon has postponed his decision on whether he will step down from the royal commission into trade unions for a perception of bias.
Allison Worrall The publisher of Mark Latham's political memoir said it was "very distressing" to witness his abusive outbursts on a writing panel at the weekend, describing it as "really watching a man sort of fall apart before you".
Noel Towell A key architect of the GST during time as a staffer in the Howard Government to front 'functional' review of ATO.
Michael Bachelard, Tom Allard Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran had become "martyrs" for the anti-death penalty cause, and their death may mean no more Indonesian prisoners are executed, their former lawyer has said.
A severe storm on Monday night has left several Canowindra businesses with significant water and hail damage to ...
Detectives are now following leads to track down the person responsible for the threatening phone call