Andrew Purcell 11:45pm Willem Dafoe is at it again, playing a hired assassin in his latest film, John Wick.
STEPHANIE BUNBURY 11:45pm A film about a little-known chapter in Britain's Thatcher era has audiences crying and cheering in equal measure.
8:00pm On The Road with Tim Wheatley
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker and James Massola 8:00pm A multi-state taskforce to investigate suspected ties between organised crime and union officials is to be established.
7:46pm Fairfax Media has been nominated for 16 of the most prestigious awards in Australian journalism.
Peter Hannam, Mark Kenny 6:55pm NSW stands to lose as much as $2.5 billion in investment in 10 approved wind farms that won't proceed if the federal government achieves its goal of slashing the renewable energy target, an industry group said.
MICHAEL BACHELARD 6:34pm Two housemaids and another man, Andreanus Ongo, the boyfriend of one of the maids, are in custody for the murder, which was alleged to have taken place in the kitchen of the luxury villa the couple shared.
DAVID WROE 6:11pm Prime Minister Tony Abbott declared Australians and Canadians to be "family" facing a common danger as federal Parliament stepped up security on Thursday in the wake of the attack in Ottawa.
4:35pm Water samples tested in Sydney have returned readings within normal ranges, ruling out fish virus as the cause of fish deaths at Yerrabi Pond.
DAVID ELLERY 6:15pm Lieutenant Colonel Harry Smith's 20 medals and awards have been added to the memorial collection.
MEGAN LEVY 1:29pm A Sydney father and daughter who were feared missing after a deadly snowstorm and avalanche in Nepal have phoned home to say they are safe and well.
PETER HANNAM 12:48pm A Victorian manufacturer has become the first employer to cut jobs after the Abbott government revealed its plans to slice the renewable energy target by as much as 40 per cent.
Jessica Nicholas 12:59pm In the hands of Unity Group, quivering guitar and gleeful synthesiser create a joyful fusion.
MELANIE KEMBREY 2:55pm Indonesians have been warned that wreckage from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 may wash-up on the country's coastline.
Dan Rule 11:25am Graduate, chemist and artists' talents combine in an interesting installation at this year’s Dutch Design Week.
DAVID WROE 10:08am Australia's Defence Chief Mark Binskin says international forces may have to undertake a longer-term role training Iraqi forces beyond the immediate job of stopping the Islamic State.
Calum MacLeod 11:17am Announcements expected on Thursday at the end of the closed-door session that began Monday should reveal how much legal reform is acceptable to the party leadership under President Xi Jinping.
DANIEL FLITTON 10:52am It was television news that changed the world, forced wealthy Western audiences in their living rooms to confront pitiful, starving African children and drove Irish rocker Bob Geldof on a quest to end poverty.
12:00am When western governments consider actions beyond air strikes, military advice and humanitarian aid, the bar must be set very high indeed.
Peter George 12:00am Gough Whitlam forgave Malcolm Fraser in later years. But did he forgive this newspaper reporter?
Race Mathews 12:02am The great man rekindled hope for a generation that the Labor Party was electable.
KATIE CINCOTTA 11:45pm Melbourne company KISA has developed a phone that makes and takes calls – how retro. No touchscreen, no texting, no camera, no social media and no complicated set-up.
TOM MCILROY 11:45pm Canberra's Speaker has advised that the broadcasting and publishing of images from the public gallery will be allowed.
IAN WARDEN 11:45pm John McCormack, the Irish tenor, has donated a million cigarettes to the Great War troops, Ian Warden writes.
NOEL TOWELL 11:30pm Senior executives to be shown the door after a "Transition Process".
NOEL TOWELL 11:30pm The controversy over the pay and conditions of Australia's 57,000 sailors, soldiers and Air Force personnel that has been raging for two weeks, continues.
Claire Stewart 10:30pm All nine judges for the 100 Women of Influence awards voted Elizabeth Broderick not only winner of the Diversity category but also 2014's overall winner.
Claire Stewart 10:30pm Judges recognise Elizabeth Broderick's dedication to ensuring women have the opportunity to more flexibly balance paid work and unpaid caring.
TOM MCILROY Jennifer and Glenda Lloyd form one of just 31 same-sex couples who married before the ACT law was found to be inconsistent with the Commonwealth Marriage Act and was thrown out.
MARK KENNY Complex and potentially worsening problems across the world, from terrorism to disease outbreaks and economic challenges, dominated phone talks between US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Wednesday.