The Baird Government has been warned that cost-cutting in overcrowded prisons is risking riots, and a smoking ban due to be enforced from August could be the final straw.
Kate Aubusson Patients searching for cures could be paying huge medical bills to become research subjects without safeguards, doctors warn.
Adam Gartrell The Abbott government will spend at least half a billion dollars on its revamped electronic health records scheme.
Tim Barlass There may be some light at the end of the tunnel for Sydney's parking nightmare, with plans for more smart parking solutions on the horizon.
Four elephants from Taronga Zoo in Sydney have moved to Taronga Western Plains as part of the zoo's Asian elephant conservation program.
Matthew Raggatt It's been described as a site of pilgrimage with priceless glimpses of indigenous Australian life dating back to the 19th century.
Pamela Steele Sherpa Canberra woman Pamela Steele Sherpa escaped the Nepalese earthquake unscathed but reveals ominous signs for survivors of the natural disaster and for the country's tourist trade, as the wet season looms.
Tom Allard More than a thousand people have gathered at a church in Sydney's north-west to bid farewell to reformed drug smuggler Myuran Sukumaran, executed in Indonesia 10 days ago.
Georgina Mitchell Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenager was accosted by a naked man on the NSW south coast on Friday.
Harriet Alexander The Australian Defence Force has released its own version of what Harry did during his four week deployment, including shooting targets, detonating explosives, rallying wounded and flying helicopters.