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Rachel Olding A father cradled his dying son in his arms following a horror motorcycle crash in Sydney's south-west on Sunday afternoon.
Mark Kenny and Anna Patty Labor is planning a new parliamentary vote in the Senate against Tony Abbott's hand-picked trade unions royal commissioner Dyson Heydon in the wake of his decision to remain in the post.
Kate Aubusson A 29-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a 26-year-old in Sydney's west.
Michaela Whitbourn The corruption watchdog has been told there is "insufficient evidence" for criminal charges to be laid against one of the businessmen embroiled in an inquiry into a Hunter Valley coal licence.
Rachel Olding After three days of psychedelic dance music, camping, drinking, dress-ups and wild partying in the bush near Lithgow, four friends piled into their four-wheel-drive on Sunday afternoon.
Nicole Hasham The detention centre at Nauru is badly run and despite the Australian government spending billions of dollars on the camp, its knowledge of what goes on inside is inadequate, a Senate inquiry has found.
Rachel Browne Funding changes that were meant to help four-year-olds receive a preschool education are having the effect of closing services.
Peter Hannam The Baird government has amended its mining policy process to give equal billing to a project's economic, environmental and social impacts when determining approval in a move likely to anger the mining industry.
Lisa Visentin "This will not result in any reduction in ice consumption or ice supply or ice manufacture."