More than 20 expectant asylum seeker mothers in Australia will have to return to Nauru despite Immigration Scott Morrison's decision to allow a number of babies to stay in Australia with their families.
The state government insists it is not acting illegally by tearing up part of the Newcastle rail line, despite a last-ditch legal challenge to scupper the works.
Next year is shaping as another pivotal one for financial markets. We have asked a number of top investors and analysts which indicator they will be watching particularly closely.
Telstra will begin planning and design work on the National Broadband Network early next year as part of a new four-year deal, worth up to $390 million, to assist NBN Co with the rollout.
Unemployment and job creation, pay rates and the interests of small business will be included in the framework for a sweeping review of national workplace laws.
The NSW Coroner will determine how broadly to investigate the deaths of two hostages and a gunman in the Martin Place siege after seeking input from those involved in the tragedy.
With only six days left until Christmas, we can declare the competition for Australia's creepiest holiday card closed.
In a few months time, Sydney barrister Julie Taylor and her husband are expecting the birth of their "precious" baby.
Clive Palmer's media adviser, Andrew Crook, has been detained in raids connected to the alleged kidnapping of a bank executive, according to reports.
What do you do when your star witness in a politically motivated inquiry turns out to be an alleged thief who may have stolen more than $1 million? Just ignore it