Former detective and true crime author Glen McNamara has denied killing university student Jamie Gao and fabricating evidence during his NSW Supreme Court murder trial.
Anne Davies Woollahra Council has accused the Baird government of failing to conduct a proper inquiry into the merger of Waverley, Woollahra and Randwick earlier this year.
Leesha McKenny Colourful local newspaper publisher John Booth has been acquitted of giving false and misleading evidence to the corruption watchdog.
Rachel Olding, Lisa Visentin Death threats, verbal abuse and a few famous faces have entered the fray as tensions escalate over proposed plans to upgrade the historic Bondi Pavilion.
Ava Benny-Morrison Before Raniera Kidwell heard a sucession of gunshots outside his Glen Alpine home, he heard his stepfather's voice say: "who the f**k are you?"
Markus Mannheim Managers also need to 'swallow pride' and ask younger staff for advice.
Nassim Khadem The Australian Taxation Office has made inaccurate statements to parliament, according to the Inspector-General of Taxation Ali Noroozi, and its alleged bullying of small business has made taxpayers lose confidence in the system.
James Massola, Chief Political Reporter Australia's banks will cough up $121 million to boost the resources of corporate regulator ASIC and ensure it is a "tough cop on the beat".
Rachel Olding Police are hunting for a Sydney personal trainer who has gone on the run since being sentenced to prison for an assault on a dog walker in inner Sydney.
Ben Schneiders International flight attendants have been offered new Apple iPad Pro's - all paid for by their union. Just, coincidentally, as a union election is under way.