Tom Arup South Australia Premier Jay Weatherill has urged Victorians to back his campaign to return more water to the Murray-Darling Basin.
The mid-north town of Eudunda has been cut off as heavy rains spark flash flooding in South Australia.
Peter Hartcher Tony Abbott thought about offering one of his senators a diplomatic posting. Not so much because he thought it would be a good appointment but because he wanted him out of the way.
James Massola The federal government's sweeping review of Australia's workplace laws will put penalty rates, pay and conditions, union militancy and flexibility under the microscope.
Henry Keogh was given a life sentence for murdering his fiancée in Adelaide in 1994. But did a key expert get it wrong?
Peter Hannam D espite a role on a Gillard government panel to help cut the impact of the carbon tax on companies exposed to foreign competition, former Caltex chairman Dick Warburton is no fan of carbon controls.
Ed Gibbs Australia's Sophie Hyde has won the prestigious best directing award, world cinema dramatic, at the Sundance film festival for her debut feature, 52 Tuesdays.
Anne Tarasov Friends watched as a man was taken by a shark in what police describe as a "traumatic and terrifying" attack off the South Australian coast.
Noel Towell Landmark new medical study confirms ageing first-time mums have sent Australia's caesarean birth rates soaring.
Dan Harrison Federal Labor's rush to launch the National Disability Insurance Scheme before last year's election contributed to it underestimating the cost of trials by almost $400 million, the Coalition says.
Stephanie Wood and Tim Elliott He has been crowned Australian of the Year. But for Adam Goodes, Australia Day is a time of mourning: ''It's a very sad day for a lot of our mob.''
Amy Remeikis Ben Riley elected, unopposed, as the federal Young Liberal president six months after being suspended from the party.
Amanda Hoh With billions of Chinese people set to welcome the Year of the Horse, one might be tempted to think the Denver Broncos will have luck on their side in the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Matt O'Sullivan The trucking company involved in a fatal tanker crash on the northern beaches last year has lost major contracts with Shell and BP, putting at risk up to 150 jobs.
Jonathan Swan Premier Jay Weatherill says he will consider resigning if outgoing Senator Don Farrell is pre-selected for a safe Labor seat before the March election.
Senator Don Farrell backs down on move to SA politics after Premier Jay Weatherill threatens to quit
Jonathan Swan Labor senator Don Farrell has pulled out of the preselection race for a safe state seat after South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill threatened to quit.
Konrad Marshall It's audition season for thousands of aspiring performers hoping to sing, dance and act their way into one of Australia's top schools.
Mark Kenny, Mark Hawthorne Thousands of Holden workers are expecting to find out their fate on Tuesday morning, many weeks after their US head office in Detroit decided to cut them adrift.
Gareth Hutchens, Judith Ireland Prime Minister Tony Abbott has suggested using ''truancy officers'' to ensure that all indigenous children go to school.
James Robertson, Bianca Hall The Central District Bulldogs are the pride of a part of Adelaide that is tight-knit, poor and indivisible from car making.