The battle over the Jimi Hendrix bio-pic continues, producer hopes Little Death is still alive and first glimpse of The Water Diviner looks promising.
The day's burning issues as seen through the eyes of The Herald's editorial cartoonist.
A 10-day Sydney to Canberra walk to Federal Parliament by an academic will see him deliver a petition supporting Palestinians' right to self determination. He wants to draw attention to the critical predicament of the Palestinian people.
A man is fighting for his life after being stabbed by a man armed with a knife and a garden pitch fork on a vacant block of land south of Wollongong.
Tony Abbott has given the green light to the first aerial missions over Iraq, in an "assistance" capacity initially, in a move seen as a precursor to the authorisation of full combat sorties by Australian war planes within days.
The federal government has beaten a tactical retreat on welfare cuts in its budget in order to ring-fence nearly $4 billion in savings after it became clear it would lose its entire package of welfare changes worth in excess of $9 billion to the bottom line.
Billionaire retailer Gerry Harvey says it is "morally wrong" for a company to avoid paying tax in its home country.
An Australian flag was set alight at the War Memorial in Hyde Park on Wednesday afternoon.
Something interesting has been happening to healthcare costs in America since Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010.
Australia's new federal police chief says low-tech terrorism, which can be incited from around the world, makes the Islamic State era a new kind of threat that will take years to stamp out.