The NSW Premier's department has hired external investigators to track down the source of the leak of an explosive confidential cabinet document outlining official advice to government on the preferred route for light rail in Newcastle.
Rachel Browne A paedophile doctor continued to practise for decades after allegations of sexual abuse were first made to health care authorities with victims routinely fobbed off, a royal commission has heard.
Esther Han Mobile calls and texts could become cheaper next year after the ACCC proposed to slash and cap the fees telcos charge each other to access rival networks.
Heath Aston The major accounting firms and other consultants would be forced to disclose all meetings with the federal government and the Australian Tax Office under a policy proposal to be debated by the ALP National Conference.
Beau Donelly Students are struggling to pay for textbooks, class materials and student fees and could not afford their rent and food because of delays in processing their Centrelink applications.
Jonathan Barrett Tony Poli back in the investment game, splashing out $13.5 million for long-stalled - and once seaweed infested - Port Geographe development.
Jacob Saulwick The chief executive of business lobby group the Committee for Sydney has apologised for his candid criticism of Sydney's toll-road agenda.
Anna Patty "I'm always conscious of potential conflict, but in this particular case I didn't think I had a conflict at all," said Robert Whyburn.
Heath Aston Prime Minister Tony Abbott could be forced to cut a deal with the Greens if the Coalition is to realise plans to eradicate "feral" crossbenchers through changes to the Senate voting system.
Fergus Hunter The five defining moments of Christine Milne's political career.