While a storm of debate has raged around their role, the AFP have remained tight-lipped. Today they fronted the media in an attempt to explain their actions.
Alexandra Smith A NSW Department of Education audit reveals it's the teacher, not the type of class, that makes a difference to students.
Georgina Mitchell Mount Druitt residents have complained that a promotional video for an upcoming documentary mocked, degraded and insulted them.
Dan Harrison On Monday, a press conference will be held by the AFP to discuss the role it played in the arrest of the Bali nine.
Nicky Phillips On May 4, International Star Wars Day, you can expect to see legions of people dressed as stormtroopers and other Star Wars characters participating in "May the fourth be with you"-themed events.
Amy Corderoy A 20-year-old woman has developed carbon monoxide poisoning after smoking a hookah waterpipe, leading doctors to warn that smoking the traditional pipes could be dangerous.
Richard Baker, Nick McKenzie Tony Abbott acted against the direct advice of the Defence department when he talked up the possibility that Japan should win the $20 billion "Future Submarines" contract.
Matthew Knott, Deborah Snow The Australian government would sell the right to immigrate to Australia - with migrants no longer accepted based on their skills or family connections - under radical proposals being examined by the government's independent think tank.
Anna Patty with Julia Medew All but one member of the editorial advisory committee for Australia's top medical journal have resigned following the sacking of its eminent editor who raised concerns about a decision to outsource its production to controversial global publisher, Elsevier.
Emma Partridge Rodney Spedding says there is no way his father abducted toddler William Tyrrell and while police continue to focus on him, the real perpetrator remains free.