Opposition Leader Bill Shorten failed to declare a political donation of about $40,000 from a labour hire company he received in the lead up to the 2007 election campaign.
Tammy Mills The last conversation Tarang Chawla had with his sister was so very ordinary.
Emma Partridge A Sydney toddler had only just learnt to walk when his mother's boyfriend allegedly attacked him in February.
Peter Hannam The $1.2 billion Shenhua Watermark has won federal government approval despite claims by the peak NSW farm group that the open-cut mine would "blow a 35 square-kilometre hole" in some of Australia's most productive farm land.
Carmen McIntosh Kings Highway residents are becoming increasingly fed up with travellers brazenly dumping rubbish at their front gates.
Jacob Saulwick If the Albert "Tibby Cotter" Walkway to the Sydney Cricket Ground had never been built, the NSW government would have a spare $38 million to spend on other transport projects, hospitals or schools.
Paul Bibby Information sent via the popular mobile messaging service WhatsApp will be "crucial evidence" in the case of two men accused of planning a terrorist attack in Sydney, a court has heard.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent The threat posed by the Islamic State terror group should not be overstated and critics of new national security measures should not be denounced, Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said.
Matthew Knott Before there was the Q&A boycott there was the Alan Jones boycott. Not that Tony Abbott and Joe Hockey participated.
Stephanie Gardiner The shooting was "cold-blooded", the weapon is missing, the accused man is dying and has "nothing to lose".