The first trial of Roger Rogerson and Glen McNamara was aborted in August last year after McNamara's then barrister Charles Waterstreet made a reference to Mr Rogerson "killing two or three people when he was in the police force".
Latika Bourke William Summer was not alone on census night. He and millions of Australians wasted hours trying to log on to complete the form to no avail.
Anna Patty NAB manager Sally Collins was furious when she was told she could not do her senior management job part-time.
Matthew Knott The ABC has come under fire for signing a sponsorship deal with Swisse Wellness that will help the vitamin giant promote its products throughout the Asia Pacific.
Matthew Knott Fly-by-night private colleges with high drop-out rates are set to lose access to taxpayer subsidies under a federal government plan to "smash" the business model of dodgy operators.
David Wroe Australia should give the Indian military access to Darwin and key training ranges in the far north as part of a deepening of defence ties to counterbalance the rise of China, a leading think tank says.
James Massola A generation of Australians has never known a recession or high unemployment but unless hard decisions are taken soon, there is a "terrible risk" complacency could end Australia's 25 consecutive years of economic growth, Treasurer Scott Morrison has warned.
Henrietta Cook, Education Editor There's always a school that parents shun because it has a perceived drug problem.
Mark Kenny, Tom McIlroy Federal police remained tight-lipped on Wednesday after conducting extraordinary raids on opposition parliamentary offices in search of leaked documents relating to the operation of the beleaguered national broadband network.
James Massola Bill Shorten has proposed a new compromise on superannuation reform that would deliver a net improvement of $238 million to the budget bottom line and deal with concerns that a proposed $500,000 life time cap is retrospective.
There are a few showers forecast but keep your powder dry for Sunday - it's going to be ...
This year Daffodil Day is 30 years old.
MidCoast Council's Great Lakes library services offer students help with their homework and studies.
According to comedian Jerry Seinfeld: "Dogs are the leaders of the planet."
The State government has allocated more than $26,000 towards electrical improvements to Buladelah's showground.
Along with thousands across the state, Year 5 and 6 Forster students put their practical maths skills on ...
Bulahdelah and Bungwahl students debate the benefits of children playing sport