Paul Bibby COURTS
Paul Bibby An Australian navy technician has described screaming at his crewmates to stop as they allegedly bound his wrists and ankles and raped him with a rubber chicken during a "farewell ritual" on a navy...
David Wroe Newcastle shipbuilder Forgacs has warned it will have to lay off 900 workers by the middle of next year unless the government sets out a timetable for future naval projects to bridge the so-called...
NSW Liberal leader Barry O'Farrell pays a visit to the Newcastle electorate.
The Marginal Seat is coming to Newcastle. Come on down and share your views.
Novocastrians have their say on the upcoming state election.
Novocastrians may be now anti-Labor, but it's unlikely the Liberals will benefit, says political reporter Alexandra Smith.
The restart of Orica's ammonia plant near Newcastle has been put on hold for several weeks, the chemical giant says.
A surfer is in a serious condition in hospital after being attacked by a shark at a crowded beach in Newcastle.
Scott Parker The ship will assist the international coalition against terrorism.
Police are hunting for an armed gunman after two men were found dead with gunshot wounds in Mayfield, Newcastle yesterday.
Natalie O'Brien and Peter Hannam New 10/50 laws are setting up a free-for-all tree-felling spree as property owners use opportunity to improve views and clear land.
Two sailors have been found not guilty of raping a colleague with a rubber chicken.
Peter FitzSimons Soldiers from the backblocks and from Australia's cities were unprepared for what awaited them as they arrived on the shores of the Mediterranean.
Owen Thomson Could supply chain logistics principles be used to improve our humanitarian response to natural disasters?
Kathyrn Spurling The Defence Force must open all units, including combat roles, to women and dispel those men who behave badly.
Lisa Visentin Australia's Muslim community is gearing up for its largest-ever open day
Fairfax Media has been nominated for 16 of the most prestigious awards in Australian journalism.
Eryk Bagshaw The recent spate of attacks on Muslim women has prompted questions about when to step in if you see someone getting physically or verbally abused.
A young bar worker is struggling to comprehend losing part of his arm after a beer keg exploded at a NSW bowls club.