Fairfax Media's Simon Bosch compresses September's news into a minute.
Prince Harry got two glamorous prime ministerial daughters for the price of one as he stepped off a hired cruiser at Admiralty House wharf just before 4pm on Saturday.
Prince Harry thrilled fans as he took time to meet-and-greet the crowd outside Admiralty House after he received a warm welcome from the prime ministerial family, including daughters Bridget and Frances.
Greenpeace activists face years in a Russian prison cell.
The federal government will consider creating a new taskforce to investigate white-collar crime.
A nine-year-old boy has killed himself and two other children have attempted suicide while taking a drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, federal drug authorities have said.
He switched allegiances from the Labor Party to the Liberals and has the ear of Tony Abbott. Welcome to Warren Mundine's new world.
Father's Day 2005 was the darkest of days for Cindy Gambino, her ex-husband Robert Farquharson and their three boys. Megan Norris recounts the tragedy.
The future for patients on organ waiting lists is grim, but family donation can be also be an emotional minefield.
Heavy exposure to screen violence in adolescence is changing the development of young people's brains, leading to increased aggression and reckless behaviour and decreased empathy.