Treasurer Joe Hockey has had a partial victory in his defamation case against Fairfax Media, with a court finding he was defamed by the words 'Treasurer for Sale' on a poster and two tweets and awarding him $200,000 damages.
Jessica Wright In light of Nick Kyrgios' efforts at Wimbledon, we've compiled a list of ten of the best dummy-spitting, epically ranting, racquet-smashing, temper tanty tennis meltdowns
Rory Callinan IS supporters sent Lindt chocolates to a potential recruit as part of an indoctrination campaign that referenced the deadly siege at Sydney's Lindt Cafe, according to The New York Times.
Jon Pierik Australia and New Zealand will contest the inaugural day-night Test in Adelaide in November, despite the "uncertainty and apprehension" of the Black Caps players.
Latika Bourke Labor has left the door open for the caucus to reverse Kevin Rudd's rule that makes it nearly impossible for the party's elected leader to be toppled in a midnight coup.
Kieran Gair The start of the new financial year brings rises in fees – and hardest hit will be anyone falling in love overseas.
Stephanie Gardiner The love between Paul Rossington and Kristen Schroder was most obvious in their final moments, before they died a lonely death in a dark ocean.
Paul Bibby Caroline Carroll did not look forward to the rare occasions that a welfare officer visited her foster home.