A Lotto ticket with a judge's address on it, an "old-school criminal", and explosives experts with links to gangsters were all part of the investigation into the infamous Family Court bombings.
Dan Proudman A man could lose his eyesight after he was bashed with a mop handle during a violent home invasion in western Newcastle.
Matthew Knott There is no compelling case to cut funding to "over-funded" private schools and redistribute the money to disadvantaged schools, Labor education spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek says.
Anna Patty Workplace Editor It was only when a customer spat in his face that Jack Burrows found himself struggling to deliver service with a smile.
James Robertson Sydney Now: What you need to know today
James Massola, Adam Morton A long-awaited review of Australia's climate policies could recommend a form of carbon pricing for power companies, but will focus on electricity price rises, energy security and cutting greenhouse gas emissions, according to Environment and Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg.
Anna Patty Workplace Editor Close to a third of Australian workers are missing out on $3.6 billion a year in superannuation entitlements and many do not even realise they are being underpaid, a new report reveals.
Matt O'Sullivan More than a year after work began, construction of sections of the new tram line through the heart of the CBD is once again running late.
Matt O'Sullivan Young people might be in favour of extending opening hours for bottle shops but a new poll shows the majority of NSW residents oppose longer trading hours
David Wroe, national security correspondent Donald Trump has earned his reputation for recklessness over many months. But not everyone is convinced his bumpy entry into Asian strategy spells dangerous anarchy in Asia.
Jugiong's Lui Polimeni has saved his six lives after his organs were donated by his family.