Victorian students are reporting that they have already got their tertiary admission ranks online or been sent them via text message days before they are due to be released.
Adam Morton The irony of the hysterical attack by some MPs is that by ensuring the scheme isn't on the table they are likely to further aggravate the problems they describe in doomsday language.
Kate McClymont For weeks now four vans bearing photographs of a Sydney businessman emblazoned with false accusations that he is a "corporate thief" and a "fraudster" have been turning up outside an office block in Bligh Street.
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Rachel Olding Several bones and bone fragments have been found in the search for Lateesha Nolan, one of bush fugitive Malcolm Naden's murder victims.
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Heath Aston Last week Josh Frydenberg was having a giggle in his Canberra office with Jean-Claude Van Damme.
Heath Aston Any prospect of an emissions trading scheme or carbon tax under the Coalition has been killed, buried and cremated - again. But in a torturous press conference at Sydney's fish markets, Mr Turnbull was under pressure to explain how the Coalition let the carbon genie back out of the policy bottle at all.
Peter Martin Treasurer Scott Morrison has branded the dramatic end to five continuous years of economic growth "not just a reminder, not just a wake-up call, but a demand to support economic policies that drive investment and jobs".
Matt Wade But even the NSW economy may be losing momentum.