New South Wales
Tony Wright Donald Mackay knew he was marked down as an enemy of the drug-growing families of the irrigated farmlands around Griffith, New South Wales, and the secret syndicate that ran them.
John Silvester Exclusive NSW police reinvestigating the 36-year-old murder of Griffith anti-drugs campaigner Donald Mackay have been told two hit men dumped the body in a well at a property near Hay on their way...
Nick Galvin with Caroline Zielinski Perth Radio broadcaster Howard Sattler intends to take legal action against Fairfax after he was sacked from radio station 6PR following Thursday’s bizarre interview with the Prime Minister.
Lisa Davies, Daisy Huntley, Kate McClymont In a lettuce paddock outside the New South Wales Riverina town of Hay, police may be about to solve one of the biggest mysteries in the nation's history.
A horse has died from the Hendra virus on a property on the New South Wales mid-north coast, in the state's first case of the infection for almost two years.
Susan Wyndham, Nick Miller and Carolyn Webb From a poor childhood in outback New South Wales, Jill Ker Conway rose to become head of the oldest US women's college, a bestselling author and a company director.
Chris Johnston and Shane Green Mario Kontelj is 75 and lives in Bell Post Hill, Geelong. The house that he shares with his wife Ivanka is the house that Ford built; Kontelj worked hard at the car factory for 29 years while raising...
Carolyn Webb and Catherine Chisholm Hazel Hawke has died peacefully after succumbing to complications of dementia, her family announced on Thursday.
Michael Gordon Schools Minister Peter Garrett issues warning over funding for indigenous programs.
Deborah Snow Turnbull warned if an Abbott government went for budget cuts, he couldn't quarantine the ABC.
A New Zealand man who is attempting to kayak solo across the Tasman has had to turn back just days after leaving the Australian coast, after his satellite phone got wet.
Judith Ireland Queensland senator Barnaby Joyce has been preselected as the Nationals candidate for the seat of New England, setting up a battle with independent MP Tony Windsor and potentially paving the way for...
Judith Ireland The federal government has announced $2.8 billion worth of cuts to the university sector in order to free up funds for its Gonski school reforms.
Judith Ireland Prime Minister Julia Gillard is working on major changes to her ministerial line up but won't confirm if more firings are imminent.
Daniel Hurst The University of Melbourne has broken into the top 40 on a global list ranking higher education prestige, cementing its place as the nation's top university when it comes to reputation.
Catherine Armitage One in 12 university students misuse prescription stimulants, a study has found.
Tom Arup The deal between the Commonwealth and states to save the Murray-Darling Basin has stalled.
Asher Moses Google has launched indoor maps in Australia allowing users to find their way around airports, shopping centres, train stations and other large buildings using their mobile devices.
Tony Wright Labor politicians across the country are sweating on the NSW corruption hearings.
Daniel Hurst BOB Katter wants to dominate the electoral map, but according to former insiders the maverick federal MP has an abrasive way of carving out his party in his own image.