A Lakemba money transfer business owned by the sister and brother-in-law of Sydney terrorist Khaled Sharrouf will be shut down after it failed to convince authorities that millions of dollars sent to the Middle East concerns were not being used to fund terrorism.
Controversial unionist Kathy Jackson allegedly used multiple union credit cards to swindle more than $660,000 for her own expenses, including airline tickets, rooms in boutique hotels and upmarket dinners while on a series of lavish overseas holidays.
Forward tells the Demons he wants a trade to Geelong rather than Collingwood.
Two brothers have handed themselves into police over an assault on a Sydney train, after their shirtless images went viral on social media.
Out-of-favour GWS ruckman Jonathan Giles could be headed to South Australia, according to his manager Tom Petroro.
Plans for a fruit and vegetable garden in the centre of Pyrmont Bridge appear to be withering on the vine.
The third reported home invasion in the Nowra-Bomaderry area in as many days has left a female victim scared and shaken.
The ABC must accept full responsibility for any controversial program cuts rather than blaming the Abbott government, Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has warned.
One of Japan's most respected racing analysts says Melbourne and Caulfield cups topweight Admire Rakti is the equal of 2006 Melbourne Cup winner Delta Blues.
The third reported home invasion in the Nowra-Bomaderry area in as many days has left a female victim ...