The impacts of the monster El Nino in the Pacific are likely to intensify across much of Australia, including worsening drought and an elevated bushfire threat, after conditions that were nullifying its effects suddenly retreated.
David Ellery Secret recording reveals John Lomax knew of allegations his CFMEU colleague was corrupt - despite saying otherwise.
Heath Aston, political correspondent The Australian Tax Office will open negotiations with 80 multinational companies to encourage them to "restructure" in order to pay more tax on profits generated in Australia.
Michaela Whitbourn The High Court has upheld a state-wide ban on political donations from property developers, bolstering a corruption inquiry into secret donations from Nathan Tinkler and other business figures.
Kate Aubusson A man has been arrested after walking into an office building in Darlinghurst armed with a knife and allegedly stabbing a woman in the hand.
karl quinn Minor wobbles, but 2014-15 was mostly a year of stabilisation for Victoria's screen industries.
Peter Spinks Research sheds light on why some distinct colour and patterns are rarer in some populations of animals than others.
Latika Bourke Tony Nutt is poised to replace Brian Loughnane as federal director of the Liberal Party in a move that would complete the purge of the power triangle involving his wife Peta Credlin and former prime minister Tony Abbott.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent Defence Minister Marise Payne has delivered a blunt message that the Turnbull government will not take a softer line than its predecessor on Chinese provocations over flashpoint maritime disputes.
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