Stephanie Peatling Tony Abbott's contentious citizenship plan gives the immigration minister the power to revoke nationality even if a person has not been convicted of a crime.
Anna Whitelaw Dead mice are floating in jars waiting to be stuffed as the amateur taxidermists drink wine and break for a lunch of dips and cheese.
Jacob Saulwick The state and federal governments face their first test of their capacity to raise private funding to support the WestConnex motorway, opening talks with bankers and investors in the next couple of weeks.
Julia Medew Health Editor A senior neurosurgeon accused of intimidating junior staff and throwing surgical instruments while working at Melbourne's largest public hospital network has cut ties with her employer.
Angelo Risso A missing teenage girl's mother has made a heartfelt plea for her daughter, who was bullied on a social networking website, to return home.
Sarah Whyte The United Nations has interviewed asylum seekers in Indonesia who confirmed the allegations that Australian officials paid people smugglers thousands of dollars to return to Indonesia.
An unlicensed driver with two young children in her car has been charged after leading police on a high-speed chase in Sydney's southwest, hitting five cars and crashing in the front yard of a house.
Paul Bibby Rajvir Kaur had been looking forward to her mother's traditional potato and mushroom curry. It landed her in hospital.
Rick Feneley Phillip Toyne, a leading environmental and Aboriginal rights campaigner, has died at 67.
THE South Coast Register's annual Bridal Expo attracted hundreds of brides and their families to Bomaderry Bowling Club ...