The fate of the "jewel of Jervis Bay", a high-profile block of land on the South Coast with an $8 million price tag, will come down to a final decision made by council in January.
Eliza Edwards and Lisa Robinson Iranian football fans are "crazy" about their national heroes and for the large community of expatriots living in Sydney, the Asian Cup is the perfect opportunity to watch the team play live.
Matthew Knott Agencies and departments are also spending up to $90,000 each a year on "transformational leadership training".
One major event was on the minds of readers this week - the AirAsia plane disaster.
Kirsty Needham The NSW government will introduce cash for containers recycling, with Premier Mike Baird writing to the beverages industry last week to invite companies to get on board and help clean up the state's beaches, parks and rivers.
Amy McNeilage The International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma is offered as an alternative to the HSC at about 15 private schools in NSW.
Latika Bourke The government turns the tables on Bill Shorten and says the most unfair budget measure is to continue borrowing against our children's future.
Esther Han Drinking cows' milk after exercise instead of flashy-looking sports drinks such as Gatorade and Powerade is a better way to rehydrate the body, a Griffith University study shows.
Ada Lee As a young actor, Matthew Lilley dreamed of Shakespeare, Ibsen and Chekhov. Now in his 40s, he performs in a pink tutu for an audience of heckling children at Sydney Opera House.
James Robertson Fast-food giant KFC is planning to serve beer and cider alongside its chicken and chips at one of its new Sydney stores.
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