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Leesha McKenny The head of the Office of Local Government was forced into an embarrassing backdown when conceding she did not know what impact council mergers would have on rates.
Experts say widespread use of the pill in developed countries is likely to have saved hundreds of thousands of lives.
At last: a chance to laugh back at the rich and famous who have overpaid for their abodes along the running route through the salubrious eastern suburbs.
It must be acknowledged that the "vibe" in Newtown is changing. It's clear the law and order response that imposed lockouts on Kings Cross has had a significant impact on Sydney's nightlife.
For generations of students, the Lansdowne Hotel has been a home away from home - a place to escape class in favour of cheap drinks, live music and late nights. Not any more.
A photograph from the Hall of Memory at the Australian War Memorial shows what could be seen as three servicemen with rifles or their kit by their sides.
It has become popular to dismiss the gender pay gap as a "myth". But you know what they say about lies, damn lies and statistics.
Electric cars have much going for them, but restricted model choice and incoherent government policies are limiting their take-up by Australians, a study has found.
Police say a 52-year-old man surfing on the NSW north coast is lucky to be alive after suffering serious injuries in a shark attack. Vision courtesy of ABC News 24.
In the third shark attack in the area this year, a man has been taken to Lismore Base Hospital with puncture wounds to his hands and leg.
The NSW homicide squad arrest a man in relation to seven incidents targeting judges of the Family Court of Australia during the 1980s, including four murders and numerous attempted murders. Courtesy ABC News 24.