Sweeping searches of Sydney's ANZAC Day march route are planned and more than 20 city cross-streets will be blocked with cars and barriers to mitigate the risk of a terror attack.
Pallavi Singhal Language teacher Anna Du Plessis has spent about 15 of her 26 years as a teacher working in subjects she isn't qualified to teach, ranging from high school maths to primary school music.
Esther Han Most Australians don't know what the lifetime health cover loading is or where it goes, despite the fact it could one day nearly double their health insurance premiums.
Sydney has secured the regional hosting of an international start-up festival, premier Gladys Berejiklian announced after meeting US vice president Mike Pence on Sunday.
Adam Gartrell, Political Correspondent Peter Dutton is standing by his claims about what sparked a rampage on Manus Island, dismissing alternative accounts as "the Twitter version".
Han Nguyen Man wanted over attempted sexual assault on 12-year-old in Sydney's south-west.
James Massola, chief political correspondent Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has stepped in to defend Tony Abbott, calling on his Liberal Party colleagues to show respect to the former prime minister.
James Massola, Kirsty Needham Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has delivered a blistering rebuke to the North Korean regime, suggesting it should spend money on the welfare of its citizens, not weapons of mass destruction.
Michaela Whitbourn A Supreme Court judge has blasted Sydney law firm Brydens Lawyers for its "entirely cynical" behaviour in a court case brought against it by a former client with limited English skills.
Lisa Visentin A former Ryde councillor has been resigned from the Liberal Party following his conviction for tax fraud over the backdated tax returns of ex Macquarie banker Michael Carapiet.