Thefts from retail stores have risen 7.9 per cent in the past two years and the items thieves are after might surprise you.
Michaela Whitbourn "Would you say it's difficult for you to be in court giving evidence in a case against your father?" the barrister acting for former NSW Labor minister Eddie Obeid asked his eldest son.
Chris Clarke A man presumed drowned in floodwaters called his family from the roof of his van to say goodbye before being swept away on Tuesday morning.
Anna Patty It's not Facebook, and the rules are different on LinkedIn.
Darren Gray The rain has eased but Tasmania's flood crisis is far from over with flood peaks expected in the state's north on Wednesday morning.
Esther Han Underwater photographer Tim Samuel was in search of sea turtles when he encountered the most bizarre pairing he'd ever seen in his life.
Esther Han and Clancy Yeates Owners of the palatial, beachfront homes destroyed by giant waves powered by a king tide may have been refused policies that cover "actions of the sea" because insurers deemed them too risky.
Jacob Saulwick 'Unless you know your asset you do not know your risk,' expert warns.
James Massola Focus shifts back to the economy as Labor releases economic plan in an attempt to get on the front foot and as the govt attacks Shorten over company tax.
Georgina Mitchell Two horses used by Riding for the Disabled have died and another has been rescued after they were swept away by floodwaters during storms in Sydney's west.
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