The Federal Government has been accused of under-investing in early childhood education at the same time Australian school children fall two years behind children in other comparable countries.
Filip Stempien A 200-metre ramp will be built on the north side of Sydney Harbour Bridge, replacing a staircase where cyclists have to push their bikes up several flights of stairs.
Felicity Caldwell Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce has described Queensland's 50 per cent renewable energy target by 2030 as "bonkers mad".
Amy Remeikis Heading into the fight for his political career One Nation Senator Rod Culleton said he believes he holds his party's policies 'higher' than leader Pauline Hanson, as the rift between the pair threatens to overshadow his High Court battle.
Kimberley Le Lievre Queanbeyan police have been accused of trafficking drugs over the ACT/NSW border in a covert operation designed to nab ice dealers.
Tom McIlroy, Michael Koziol The Australian public won't be consulted on the plan to boost security perimeters around much of Parliament House, with Parliament's presiding officers citing national security concerns.
Carrie Fellner A young couple from Newcastle have suffered "devastating" injuries while on holidays in Bali, after they were thrown from a motorcycle in a cowardly hit-and-run accident.
Stephanie Gardiner James Polkinghorne growled and screamed, he made threats of rape, extreme violence and death, and called his estranged girlfriend a "putrid dog".
Stephanie Gardiner Jessica Silva has wins an appeal over the stabbing death of her violent partner James Polkinghorne on Mother's Day 2012.
Michael Gordon Constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians will not be a roadblock to a treaty, but a step toward a final settlement and the closing the disadvantage gap, Bill Shorten has said.