The gallery that "finally befits Sydney" will celebrate the art it displays as much as the natural environment in which it will be built.
Jesse Hogan Retired champion all-rounder Lisa Sthalekar hopes the vindication for Sri Lankan players who accused officials of demanding sex to assure them of selection will ensure such "extreme cases" won't ever again affect women's cricket.
A group of teenagers accused of releasing more than 70,000 ladybugs in a US high school as a graduation prank have been taught a tough lesson by police.
Fergus Hunter Prime Minister Tony Abbott has launched a discussion about citizenship as part of a broader focus on home grown terrorism.
Paul Bibby Sydney siege gunman Man Monis was diagnosed with chronic schizophrenia four-and-a-half years before the Lindt Cafe attack after telling a psychiatrist that he was under 24-hour surveillance from ASIO and Iranian intelligence, including in the bathroom.
Inga Ting Seagulls are well known for being the cheekiest birds in the animal kingdom. Give them half a chance and they'll steal anything from lollipops to pizza to chips, right out of your hand.
Rick Feneley About a year before he vanished in 1978, Stephen Jelfs told his father and brother that, if anything bad happened to him, they could assume a known criminal in Kings Cross was to blame.
Kate McClymont The Independent Commission Against Corruption has referred evidence it obtained about senior prosecutor Margaret Cunneen to the Director of Public Prosecutions to consider whether she should face criminal charges for attempting to pervert the course of justice as well as lying to the commission.
David Polkinghorne Wallabies prop Ben Alexander has turned down overseas offers to sign a one-year contract extension with the ACT Brumbies that will keep him at the Super Rugby province until the end of 2016.
Judith Ireland Is it time to get out the rainbow flag? There's more to this story than meets the eye.