Family have gathered on a rocky outcrop in Sydney's south to watch the search for a fisherman who was thrown from his boat overnight.
Louise Hall When kitchen supervisor Paolo Vassallo escaped from the Lindt cafe six hours into the Sydney siege, he immediately urged police to storm the building.
Megan Levy A woman has suffered serious burns to her upper body in an explosion at a public school on the NSW Central Coast.
Michael Bachelard The headquarters of global oil company Unaoil and the homes of their executives have been raided by police in the wake of revelations in recent days that the Monaco company systematically corrupted the global oil industry.
Matt O'Sullivan Sydney students will no longer face a "manifestly unfair" transport exclusion.
Nick McKenzie and Peter Ker Primary Health Care and Worley Parsons have responded to claims linking them or their employees to bribery and corruption.
Rachel Olding On New Year's Day, 39-year-old aged care nurse Jovi Pilapil posted a hopeful message.
Matthew Knott Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is facing a hostile meeting with state leaders on health and education funding, with one premier accusing him of treating the states like badly-behaved children and another slamming his offer of extra health funding as "pathetic".
Joanne McCarthy He was found guilty of his partner's manslaughter, but the jury didn't get the whole picture.
Michael Bachelard Until the moment that Fairfax Media and The Huffington Post hit the "publish" button at 10pm on Wednesday, AEST, revealing how the oil industry really works, our investigative team was on tenterhooks.
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