New South Wales
Art of Music - Eleven prominent contemporary visual artists have come together to create a uniquely music-inspired exhibition.
Peter Vincent A cocky New South Wales radio DJ-turned-conman has gone to ground
Beau Donelly A meteor has apparently lit up Australian skies on Thursday night, with reports of a bright red flame flooding in from across the country.
Blanton Smith He battled the wind and rain, braved the cold and crashing waves but after 84 days at sea Scott Donaldson’s attempt to conquer the Tasman has ended.
Richard Baker Some of Australia's most senior orthodox Jewish leaders are under investigation for allegedly failing to report multiple instances of child sexual abuse.
Defence names Lance Corporal Todd Chidgey as Australian soldier who died in non-combat incident in Kabul
David Wroe The Australian commando who died of non-combat gunshot wounds in Afghanistan this week has been identified as 29-year-old Lance Corporal Todd John Chidgey, who was on his sixth tour to the war-torn...
Eryk Bagshaw, Chris Jenkins The Head of the Financial Stability at the RBA has said the Murray review should look into housing finance.
Chris Vedelago & Cameron Houston The Commonwealth Bank repeatedly ignored evidence of an alleged $100 million fraud that implicated its own staff, and instead, seized the homes of victims in a bid to recoup its losses.
Alana Schetzer The controversial Legends Football League - women who play gridiron in skimpy underwear - have lost their broadcast deal with Channel Seven for its second season in Australia.
Mark Hawthorne It's the first banknote struck by the nation of Australia, and an important landmark in the country's history, but a 10-shilling note dating from 1913 looks set to fall into foreign hands because no...
Paul Bibby For 90 minutes the survivors of Robert Hughes' sexual abuse sat in a state of open anxiety, waiting to learn their tormentor's fate.
Bhakthi Puvanenthiran Maria Fernanda Cardoso may have moved on from snail penises.
John Elder Damning evidence of ingrained predatory behaviour - or unfair character assassination? That's the heart of the contentious legal strategy of introducing evidence of a pattern of incidents, or...
Chris Johnston Trolling is a new and potent threat to users of social media, and activist groups are on the receiving end of more abuse than most.
A full list of the 738 Australians named in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours.
Peter Hannam Heat extremes over land are occurring more frequently and with greater intensity, a climate shift partly concealed in global mean temperatures by cooling trends over the oceans, a new study has found.
Tim Barlass and Laura Banks People under the age of 16 should be banned from riding quad bikes and helmets should be compulsory for all riders, according to a report funded by WorkCover and the Australian Competition and...
Max Mason Close to one-fifth of new properties in Sydney are being bought by wealthy Chinese investors and the flood of money is set to continue.
Heath Gilmore Vietnam War veteran Kerry Williams just wants to reclaim his identity, but the Department of Veterans' Affairs, and another man's family, have been reluctant to hand it back.
What's happening in the national capital's arts scene this week.