NSW council general managers have been told by an organisation that doesn't employ them to apply for jobs that do not exist.
Heath Aston The proposed venue for the 2018 APEC leader's summit - a bulldozed former shanty town in Port Moresby - has become the legal battleground in a dispute between a young Australian filmmaker and one of Papua New Guinea's most revered former politicians, Carol Kidu.
Jacob Saulwick Train commuters travelling to Sydney's Wynyard Station on Monday morning have faced lengthy queues, after the York Street entrance flooded.
Michael Koziol Dumped Western Australian Liberal MP Dennis Jensen is threatening to quit the party after he was dumped by local preselectors ahead of the upcoming federal election.
Patrick Begley It is not a problem that comes up in dinner party conversation. Authorities do not properly track it. Parents often dismiss it as "doctors and nurses" games.
Clay Lucas A decade-long road-building binge has squandered much of the money on pork barrelling in Australia's marginal electorates.
Michael Koziol The federal government has celebrated the release of the last children from Australia's mainland immigration detention centres, despite lingering questions over how much freedom some families have been awarded. About fifty children also remain in detention on Nauru.
Katie Burgess Fair Work Commission approved bid to suspend industrial action due to a possible threat to national security.
Jane Lee Ron Walker considers himself among the luckiest cancer survivors.
Tim Elliott The decision on Sunday to approve mining leases for Queensland's Carmichael coal mine is akin to "evil", according to one of the world's foremost marine scientists.
What made news around the central and western parts of NSW?