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.
Bevan Shields The Australian Federal Police's refusal to examine whether Bronwyn Bishop broke any laws by chartering a taxpayer-funded helicopter to a Liberal Party fundraiser is under investigation.
Kate Aubusson Hail and heavy is pelting parts of Sydney on Monday night, with hails are large as twenty cent coins pummeling the city.
Breanna Chillingworth Homicide detectives have joined the search for a Tamworth woman who mysteriously disappeared as devastated family members made an emotional plea to find the missing mother.
Amy Corderoy One woman with an injury described as 'traumatic' waited 40 minutes for an ambulance in the latest crisis to hit the ambulance service this winter.
Peter Hannam Abbott government subsidies for the coal industry including the proposed mega-mines of Queensland's Galilee basin would not be "wise", Connie Hedegaard, the former European Commissioner for Climate Action, said.
Matt Wade Some of Sydney's most exclusive private schools have become Anglo-Australian ghettos as the education of high school students across the city is increasingly segregated along ethnic lines.
Nick McKenzie, Michael Bachelard The terror prosecution of one of the alleged plotters of an Anzac Day attack on police officers has collapsed due to lack of evidence.
Stephanie Gardiner Roseanne Beckett claims a long awaited victory on the steps of the NSW Supreme Court.
Paul Bibby The decision to grant Man Monis bail on an accessory to murder charge a year before the Lindt Café siege was "screaming out" for a Supreme Court appeal after the prosecutor neglected to put a series of crucial matters before the court, an inquest has heard.