Former NSW Premier Morris Iemma has joined his predecessor Bob Carr in calling for the ICAC to have its powers restored following a damaging High Court ruling that effectively narrowed the watchdog's reach.
James Robertson Despite the easing of rain on Wednesday afternoon, commuters are facing a difficult journey home as large parts of the road and rail network remain disrupted by flooding and debris.
Stephanie Gardiner Bryon and Judith Green✓ were worried about their missing daughter for a week, unaware she was dead and buried on their farm.
Richard Baker and Nick McKenzie The federal government has asked a WA indigenous corporation to show cause why it should not be placed under special administration.
Peter Hannam The worst of Sydney's wettest and wildest couple of days in more than a decade may be over but minor flooding is likely to snarl the evening commute for many Sydneysiders.
Lisa Cox, Matthew Knott Leaked talking points reveal what really went on behind the scenes.
James Massola Labor's plan to target superannuation tax concessions for the well-off fails to take advantage of another $9 billion in savings available and falls short of making the system sustainable, according to one of Australia's leading economists.
Matthew Knott SBS will have to immediately axe local programs and lay off staff unless Parliament passes legislation allowing it to double the amount of advertising it can air in prime time, the multicultural broadcaster has warned.
Dan Harrison Health Minister Sussan Ley has ruled out a Medicare co-payment as she prepares to launch a wide-ranging review of the health system.
Mark Kenny Superannuation tax concessions for the wealthy would be wound back under a future Labor government as Bill Shorten seeks to position Labor as the party of fairness while also finding savings from a revenue-depleted budget.
Eleven days ago, Robert Scott would have been walking his daughter Stephanie through the vine-covered archway of Eugowra's ...
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