The Royal Commission into child sex abuse is weighing up whether to hold a public hearing into Australia's detention centres in the wake of fresh allegations from Nauru, indicating that more shocking revelations from the offshore camp may emerge to damage the Turnbull government.
Julie Power "There will be flurry of activity, and money will start pouring in." Regulators around Australia struggle with billion- dollar boom in online fundraising like GoFundMe.
James Massola Treasurer Scott Morrison says changes to the GST distribution formula would ensure the "egregious" situation that sees Western Australia receive back just 30 per cent of the GST revenue it pays is not repeated.
Rachel Olding and Nicole Hasham The Baird government's refusal to legislate against anti-Muslim hate speech is "playing into the hands" of terrorist groups such as Islamic State, as well as extreme right-wing groups, Muslim community leaders and counter-terrorism experts have warned.
Rachel Olding A teenager accused of plotting a terror attack has laughed and cheered as a Sydney court heard evidence of her "favourite" beheading video.
Ava Benny-Morrison One of NSW's most senior police officers says she didn't believe any of the text messages she deleted after the fatal Lindt Cafe siege needed to be retained.
Nick Ralston Two men have been charged after death threats were made to NSW Deputy Premier Troy Grant over the state government's decision to ban greyhound racing.
James Robertson A senior Liberal official who was embroiled in a fake flyer fiasco is attempting a political comeback
Emma Partridge Physiotherapist Daniel Dung Huynh, who supplied drugs to pharmacist Silvia Choi for the Stereosonic musical festival, has been sentenced.
Lucy Cormack It takes a special nose to sniff out these $3000 a kilogram delicacies.