He begged for help and because his cries went unanswered, he will spend most of his life in jail and a family will grieve the death of a son forever.
Matthew Raggatt ACT Education Minister Joy Burch has denied union claims three learning assistants were told not to return to work after nurses were reinstated at a Canberra special school.
Tim Barlass Chan's bride, now a widow, returns to Sydney to start planning funeral.
Adam Gartrell Treasurer Joe Hockey is urging foreign investors who have illegally bought Australian properties to turn themselves in by November 30.
Chloe Booker Two Cambodian men charged with the multiple rape of an Australian woman after allegedly finding her asleep on a beach.
Adam Gartrell Prime Minister Tony Abbott has declared his second budget will be "measured, responsible and fair" but he won't be specific about changes to the age pension.
Georgina Mitchell As Sydney and the Hunter Valley continue to mop up after an east coast low brought cyclonic winds, the weather is expected to clear for Sunday.
Adam Gartrell Labor has accused Foreign Minister Julie Bishop of a lack of humanity for suggesting it's time to move on from the Bali nine executions.
Nick Ralston While the plight of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran has received national and international attention, a lot less is known about the three other Australians languishing on death row in Asian prisons.
Rachel Browne We love credit. Interest rates are low and it's so easy to borrow. But 44 per cent of NSW households are in financial stress, including a large slab of middle income earners. Yet, for more and more people, the lure of easy credit is too hard to resist.