Who will be fronting the Senate inquiry into corporate tax avoidance this week.
Peter Martin Eight health and community organisations have written to Trade Minister Andrew Robb expressing "grave concerns" about the latest leaked draft of the nearly concluded Trans Pacific Partnership trade agreement.
Philip Dorling Armed Australian Federal Police officers will soon be patrolling the corridors of the Australian Parliament’s press gallery and security agencies plan to jam telephone and internet links in the event of a terrorist threat as part of a further ramping up of security at the national legislature.
Lawrence Money Two old boys from the bush are pushing Aussie slang, producing cups and greeting cards, but no Australian maker will put them on the market.
Louise Hall Former prisoner who made notorious getaway to ditch ankle bracelet and alcohol ban.
Amy Corderoy Hot, sweaty exercise is the key to living longer, according to a massive study of Australians' exercise habits that could change health advice the world over.
Latika Bourke Nine business and industry groups have united to warn Prime Minister Tony Abbott's retreat on fixing the budget will lead to "economic despair" for the country.
Megan Levy Brendan Vollmost had arrived home after a car accident when he was bashed and abducted in a white hatchback.
Stephanie Peatling Prince Harry has completed his only public engagement during a month long military secondment in Australia beginning on Monday.
David Wroe Leading lawyers say the case of Labor Party figure Matthew Gardiner – believed to have helped the Kurds in their fight against the Islamic State terror group – shows how hard prosecuting "foreign fighters" will be.
RUNNING a red light has resulted in drink-driving charge for a ute driver.