Business and religious leaders, lawyers, academics, entertainers and former politicians have joined forces to oppose Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to Australia.
Anna Patty Workplace Editor Jon Black, the head of TAFE NSW makes no apologies for being too close to business.
Rachel Olding A prison psychologist struck off for having a relationship with a Skaf gang rapist has married another gang member and repeatedly hidden it from parole officers.
Melanie Kembrey A woman has died after being stabbed in the chest in a domestic violence-related incident in Sydney's west, police say.
Ava Benny-Morrison A safe house in Sydney's west had just been raided and 29-year-old Alina Antal was not happy.
Melanie Kembrey Telecommunications giant Optus has won a legal battle against a trainee call centre worker who was nearly thrown from a roof top balcony by a colleague while attending a course in Sydney's upper north shore.
Esther Han The government is selling and slashing essential services, but spending big on attracting and keeping Treasury senior executives.
Damien Murphy Australia marks the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Darwin on Sunday but for generations the country was kept in the dark about the true dimensions of the Japanese attack.
Heath Aston, political correspondent The mining industry spent $2.5 million pushing the case for "clean coal" in the run-up to last year's election, electoral funding records reveal.
Heath Aston "The Opal readers will only allow people to tap off when the bus is at a stop. This person should obviously just have stayed well clear in any case."
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