The likelihood of more frequent disasters in the Pacific will test Australia, the region's biggest donor and dominant economic power.
Peter Hannam A warming world means oceans will have more energy to tap for cyclones but the frequency - for Australia at least - may decrease.
Sean Nicholls Sometimes during an election campaign there comes along a moment that suddenly and unexpectedly shifts the course of events.
Paul Bibby A former dorm master at Sydney's prestigious St Joseph's Catholic College has been jailed for sexually assaulting a student after nine separate trials spanning 13 years, and more than 30 years after the abuse took place.
Megan Levy and Su-Lin Tan A man has died after he drove his Lamborghini into oncoming traffic then crashed into a pole in Sydney's west.
Nicole Hasham NSW's peak business group has called on Labor to explain the economics of its anti-CSG stance.
Sean Nicholls, Nicole Hasham An attempt by Premier Mike Baird's office to influence an investment bank's report on the government's electricity privatisation proposal is set to be investigated by a parliamentary inquiry.
Matt Wade The spending promises of the major parties tell us what the politicians think really matters in NSW.
Matthew Knott Former prime minister Malcolm Fraser, who died on Friday, was in the process of setting up a new political party that would have advocated cutting military ties to the United States.
James Robertson The Baird government has pledged $100 million to protect the state's threatened plants and animals if it wins office at next week's state election.
Three people have been seriously injured in the two-car crash, which occurred on Gerroa Road, just before 8am ...
The annual Shoalhaven Relay for Life raised hopes and $200,000.