ACTU says "liquid workforces" - where workers are not legally employees and do not have the right to organise and collectively bargain - must become a focus of the labor movement.
Steve Butcher Two men who subjected a 14 year old girl to multiple rapes described by a Melbourne judge as "vile" conduct have been jailed.
Kate McClymont Moses Obeid and his brother Paul, along with prominent businessman John McGuigan, his son James and investment banker Richard Poole are being prosecuted for allegedly rigging the bid for a tender of coal exploration licences in the Bylong Valley, near Mudgee.
Dan Harrison Medibank has abandoned a controversial trial which gave its members preferential access to GPs.
Primrose Riordan and Emma Kelly Australia has a thing for Jamie Oliver, if the most popular library books are anything to go by.
Melanie Kembrey The University of Western Sydney will make its first forays into Liverpool, unveiling plans for a new campus in the city's centre on Monday.
Michael Koziol A 10-year-old autistic boy slated for deportation will be allowed to stay in Australia with his mother, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has confirmed.
Sarah Dean, Tahlia McPherson A Wodonga teenager has died and another is fighting for his life in a Melbourne hospital after a crash at Staghorn Flat.
Paul Bibby and Nick Ralston The coronial inquest into the December, 2014 Martin Place siege will formally open this morning. The siege will examine th circumstances and issues that led to the deaths of Tori Johnson, Katrina Dawson and Man Monis at the Lindt Cafe in Martin Place.
Sarah Whyte Australians who hold dual nationalities and are suspected of terrorism acts or "killing, raping and pillaging people in Syria" should lose their citizenship, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton says.