Cabinet Minister Christopher Pyne has acknowledged the simmering tensions between Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his predecessor Tony Abbott, admitting that the two still disagreed about "who the prime minister should be".
James Massola, Sean Nicholls Liberal MPs say Tony Abbott has damaged his standing among Coalition conservatives after an extraordinary, days-long public fight with Malcolm Turnbull - and ministers Peter Dutton and Michael Keenan - over a ban on the Adler shotgun.
Tony Wright A court is being asked for access to the final piece of one of the most intriguing puzzles of modern history: what did the Queen know, and when?
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent RSL New South Wales councillors including the now national president Rod White may have broken the law by receiving shares in nearly $1 million in consulting fees while holding voluntary positions in the veterans group, according to legal advice.
Kelsey Munro Most people don't head into their maths exam with glee, but a bit of dread might not be a bad thing, according to Blakehurst High student Madelaine Allen.
Rachel Browne The deputy headmaster of Trinity Grammar was told older boys had attempted to rape a student but did not report it to police, royal commission told.
Lindsay Murdoch Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte insulted and mocked Americans during a strongly anti-US speech in China's Great Hall of the People.
Ava Benny-Morrison Investigators tracing the gas used in the suspected murder suicide of a family in Sydney's north this week have found an internet order placed weeks ago.
Lisa Visentin and Jacob Saulwick The Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, and the Premier, Mike Baird, have announced a "city deal" for Sydney's west, promising to create 100,000 jobs for the region.
Eryk Bagshaw NSW education leaders have savaged the Board of Studies for "sabotaging its own syllabuses" by issuing "insanely difficult to read" documents to the state's teachers for changes to the mathematics curriculum.
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Life Without Barriers will hold a combined fete and garage sale next week in Forster.
More than 60 people attended this year's jazz concert, Jaz Fine and Mellow at the Forster library.