The Turnbull government has picked a fight with one of the country's most feared and powerful lobby groups.
Matt Baker, Inga Ting Sydney's "million-dollar" suburbs may not be as far beyond reach as the seven-figure price tag suggests.
Peta Gilbert A search is underway for a man believed to have been swept off rocks in Malabar, in Sydney's east.
Adam Gartrell Taxpayers are being charged millions of dollars to fund think tanks closely aligned to the major political parties.
Matt Wade Our wellbeing hit by schools quality - to the tune of about $15b.
Anna Patty, Workplace Editor Ashleigh Mounser took to Facebook to vent about being offered as little as $10 per hour to work in a takeaway food shop. Asking if anyone else had experienced similar treatment, she was was overwhelmed by complaints from 67 young workers within days of her original posting.
Hannah Craft Twelve thousand gathered beneath the Harbour Bridge this year for the biggest half marathon in the country. Veteran runner Sabine Van Wylick was not one of them, but not even a missing lobe in her left lung will stop her from competing in her first Sun Run in 2017.
Damien Murphy Denny Keogh once held Australian surfing in the palm of his hand.
Michaela Whitbourn The NSW government is leading a push for national laws to allow people to sue for damages for serious invasions of privacy.
James Massola, Chief Political Reporter Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has signalled Australia is prepared to go its own way on foreign policy and will refuse to follow US president-elect Donald Trump's strategic direction on Taiwan or free trade.
Woman, 45, charged with drug driving offences after crash that killed an 11-year-old boy last month