Michael Bachelard, Indonesia Correspondent A people smuggler involved in the deaths of 96 people when a boat sank in 2012 is being financially supported in an Indonesian prison by his former clients.
Andrew Hornery Believe it or not, it's been a decade since our nation sat bug-eyed in front of the television to watch "our Mary" become a real-life princess when former Sydney marketing assistant Mary Donaldson...
Tim Barlass This is the latest chart of the priority search area for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 prepared for the Australian Transport Safety Bureau.
Jill Stark Ned Kelly ... one of Australia's greatest heroes? Or a notorious cop killer?
Jill Stark Welcome to the war of independence. Buckle up, it's going to be a long and messy ride.
Dana Amir Israel know the Palestinians are there to stay. It's just waiting for Palestine to come to the same realisation, writes Dana Amir.
Rory Callinan and Anne Tarasov The Gold Coast branch of the ANZ Bank sees its fair share of wealthy new customers, but few could match the depositing power of the smartly-dressed tourists with Russian accents who opened accounts...
Sarah Whyte A boatload of 153 asylum seekers who are being detained on the high seas would not be transferred to Sri Lanka, lawyers for Immigration Minister Scott Morrison said during a directions hearing on...
Steve Lillebuen Psssst! Can you keep a secret?
Matthew Knott Lawyers representing more than 150 Tamil asylum seekers say they will use a High Court hearing to try to quash any attempts to return them to India.
Ben Doherty Ben Doherty
Two people have died in a plane crash in South Australia’s Barossa Valley.
Lucy Carroll The number of young people admitted to hospital with heart disease and stroke has jumped by 30 per cent in the past 10 years, with experts warning obesity and binge smoking are to blame.
John Collett People with poor credit records could pay higher rates of interest for a new mortgage.
Eamonn Duff Four men and a woman were killed on Saturday in a fiery plane crash at a Queensland airfield.
Workplace stress the next target for beyondblue after survey finds one in four think depressed people are a danger to others
Julia Medew Discriminating attitudes towards people with a mental illness have decreased over the past decade, but many Australians still believe people with depression are dangerous, ''weak-willed'' and have...
Dan Harrison A preference system that can be gamed and an electoral administration that loses ballot boxes.
Paul Bibby 'As soon as my certificate comes through from the registrar, I'm heading right back there to get married.'
Tony Wright Governor-General His Excellency General The Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC is not much taken with titles, he contends.
Belinda Merhab Consumers are being warned to avoid risky home loans that could see them or their families left homeless.