Crucial private details of many of the world's most powerful leaders were accidentally passed on to soccer officials before the G20 summit last November.
Adam Carey, Transport Reporter Melbourne is perhaps days away from being able to use Google Maps to plan a public transport journey across the state - something that can already be done in every other capital city in the country - after the Andrews government released timetable data on Monday.
Gareth Hutchens Treasurer Joe Hockey says Australian consumers have changed their behaviour so much in recent years, through online shopping and choosing more GST-exempt goods, that they are putting pressure on the GST as a revenue-raiser.
Lisa Cox The Abbott government is progressing plans to overhaul country of origin food labels but says new labels will not hit grocery shelves until at least the end of the year.
Ben Schneiders Former federal MP Craig Thomson has walked out of a civil case after telling a court that his mental health problems were too severe for him to continue.
Nino Bucci Family violence is widely tolerated in remote indigenous communities, an Australian Crime Commission taskforce has found.
Sean Nicholls Christian Democratic Party leader Fred Nile says he wants a "short and sharp" inquiry into the Baird government's electricity privatisation plans that would report by the end of April or early May.
Rose Powell Counting continues across the state but the outcomes for most seats are already clear with only three electorates still too close to call.
Amy Corderoy, health editor Online debates about whether vaccinations are safe are unlikely to convince doubters to vaccinate - so why do they stir such emotional responses in people?
Gareth Hutchens Treasurer Joe Hockey says he is so concerned about the lack of affordable housing for first home buyers that he will raise the question of housing supply with state treasurers next week.
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