A Coalition senator has called for tougher regulations of mobility scooters after his wife was forced to have a hip replacement when she was hit by one at high speed.
Noel Towell Up to 800 more public servants at Immigration and Border Force face the axe.
Anna Patty Narcissists prefer to work within a hierarchy where they know they can rise to the top - even if it isn't the best way to manage the business, new research suggests.
Georgina Mitchell A woman says her son was locked in a cage-like structure up to six times a day at a specialist school for children with autism in Sydney's west.
Inga Ting A dramatic inner west police chase involving up to 20 officers was finally brought to an end on a Petersham rooftop on Monday, with officers charging the lone man over the theft of a Maserati from Vaucluse a week earlier.
James Massola Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will ramp up pressure on the federal opposition to support $6 billion in government savings it committed to during the election, promising he is ready to "reach across the aisle" to repair the budget.
Esther Han A new study shows that microbeads are transferring toxic chemicals into fish that could be ending up on our plates.
Fergus Hunter The nation's peak welfare body, the Australian Council of Social Service, has called on the government to dump superannuation measures benefiting the wealthy in favour of a boost to the retirement savings of low-income earners.
James Massola Labor will test the Coalition's claim that it has a "working" majority in the new parliament and has not entered into a formal "pairing" arrangement, which could effectively deny government MPs holidays or even sick leave.
Rachel Olding An Aboriginal woman who died in police custody was locked up for walking home intoxicated, her family said as they spoke out about alleged delays in police notifications.