More than 300 Australians in Nepal are still unaccounted for after Saturday's earthquake.
Georgina Mitchell, Rachel Browne Dozens of Australians have been listed as missing in Nepal following the earthquake which has claimed more than 1800 lives.
Dan Proudman A man handcuffed and in the back of a marked police car has allegedly been able to clamber over to the driver's seat for an unsuccessful attempt at freedom.
Richard Baker and Nick McKenzie Victoria's anti-corruption agency will on Monday outline explosive details of how millions of dollars meant to benefit students has been stolen or fraudulently misused by a ring of allegedly crooked senior public servants and school leaders.
Peter Munro The University of Sydney has cleared a prominent academic of anti-Semitism but still threatened him with the sack in relation to an ugly protest at its main campus, in which screaming students were dragged along the ground by security guards.
Judith Ireland Acting Labor leader Tanya Plibersek is calling on her party to make all Labor MPs vote for same-sex marriage in a fresh bid to get federal parliament to legalise the reform. Ms Plibersek will argue the ALP should change its platform at the party's national conference in July.
Heath Aston Cbus, which manages $27 billion on behalf of building and construction workers, is calling on the Abbott government to crack down on employers who duck the super guarantee contribution.
Jane Lee A senior state government bureaucrat will resign following criticism of her handling of an English child sex abuse crisis by an inquiry.
Leesha McKenny The fate of the state's 152 councils will be in the hands of the independent pricing watchdog, which will assess whether they have the "scale and capacity" to avoid mergers.