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Michael Bachelard 1:55 AM "Our justice system failed Masa Vukotic. It failed her family and friends. It is a tragedy that must force change", said Victorian Premier Dan Andrews of the man who murdered the Doncaster teen while on bail over death threats as well as being under a court supervision order.
Eryk Bagshaw 1:30 AM The premier has banned "Gayby Baby" from NSW schools. So what are students supposed to watch?
Noel Towell 9:56 PM Troubled department to undergo full review.
Tom McIlroy 9:43 PM Caravan park tenants feel insecure after site sale
Chloe Booker 7:10 PM An Australian man has died surfing in Indonesia, according to reports.
Kate Stanton 6:58 PM Two regions in New South Wales, the north coast and Blue Mountains, have the lowest percentage of girls who are fully vaccinated against the human papillomavirus in Australia, a new study has found.
Rory Callinan 3:28 PM The family of a NSW doctor who died in a highly uncommon stabbing suicide have formally requested the Queensland Justice Department explain inconsistencies relating to an official investigation into her death and to consider new evidence.
Noel Towell 2:50 PM Worried they think you're an APS dud? Here's how to tell.
Eryk Bagshaw 2:49 PM "We won't put up with this rubbish in our state," Victoria's premier says of Mike Baird's "Gayby" film ban.
12:56 PM Each month we ask Clique members to vote for their favourite image from a selection of entries from the Clique Challenge in the Nikon People's Choice Award. Voting for the Nikon People's Choice Award closes Tuesday 1st September at 10am AEST. The winner will be announced on the Clique Photos Facebook page, and will receive a $500 Nikon Store voucher.
Eryk Bagshaw The NSW Education Minister Adrian Piccoli has banned a Sydney school from screening a film about children with gay parents during school hours.
Rick Feneley The Redfern Aboriginal tent embassy has claimed moral victory amid legal defeat at the Block under a $70 million deal that will see 62 homes built for Indigenous families on the historic site.
Andrew Darby With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Alastair McLeod has become the first person to windsurf the fearsome Eddystone Rock wave off southern Tasmania.
Ella Rubeli A former Space Invaders fan, Simon Ross was lured back to the arcade to take up the challenge.
Amy Corderoy Health Minister Jillian Skinner insists there is no problem with a shortage of resources for ambulances or hospital beds, despite a string of delays and deaths linked to long waits for ambulances and delays at public hospitals.
Shaun Drummond The corporate cop must have more money independent of the government because it is busiest when governments are cutting back and should be exempt from the Public Service Act so it can pay its people more, financial system inquiry head David Murray says.
Nick McKenzie, Michael Inman, Michael Bachelard, Nick Toscano AFP raids the Canberra head office of the powerful construction union in search of evidence of bribery and blackmail.
Esther Han Supermarket home brand foods, long derided as cheap and inferior, contain far lower levels of salt than pricier, branded rivals, new research shows.
Peter Hannam Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting councillor as taking the city "back to the Stone Age".