Exclusive school lost its bid to expand this week because its parents flaunt the road rules at pick-up and drop-off. On Friday, they were still doing it.
Report suggests senator may have misled Parliament after publication of explicit emails between her and star athlete.
She committed no crime in union dealings, hearing told, but questions raised about work as lawyer.
Air New Zealand pilot got the plane on to the tarmac in Perth before collapsing over the controls.
His 'nappy bomb' failed to explode. After weeks of torture, the IS leader talked.
She wanted a family, but to make it happen one Sydney woman had to make a radical move.
Newcrest Mining shareholders deliver a big protest vote against the pay and bonuses of the company's executives.
After hitting an eight-month low in early October, the share market finishes the month 3 per cent higher.
Handcrafted musical instruments take centre stage at the 34th annual Tasmanian Craft Fair in Deloraine.
It was on a visit to London in the late 1990s that Sydney dentist Peter Sheridan spotted a bright green bakelite radio in a jewellery shop. He now boasts a 300-piece collection.
Sniffer dogs are being used in the search for bodies buried under tonnes of mud following a landslide in central Sri Lanka this week.
A US Navy sailor found not guilty of raping an Australian woman has wept with relief at his Darwin trial.
Handcrafted musical instruments have taken centre stage at the 34th annual Tasmanian Craft Fair in Deloraine.
It was on a visit to London in the late 1990s that Sydney dentist Peter Sheridan spotted a bright green bakelite radio in a jewellery shop.
As world leaders arrive for the G20 in Brisbane, United States president Barack Obama and his ride - Air Force One - are sure to stand out from the crowd.
Brisbane's Magistrates Court will operate 24 hours a day during the G20 week, with the judiciary preparing for the possibility of thousands of arrests, the state's Chief Magistrate says.
A Canberra cyclist has been awarded more $1.6 million after being knocked from his bike by a fellow cyclist then run over by a car.
Thousands of people have flooded into the WA coastal town of Albany to mark the departure of the first fleet of Anzac troops off to the battlefields of World War I.