NEWCASTLE: When Angela Ivancevic looks at the photos of what her husband did to her, it isn’t the black eyes that traumatise her the most.
Peter Hannam A warming planet is already stoking the intensity of tropical cylones in the north-west Pacific and their ferocity will continue to increase even with moderate climate change over this century, an international research team has found.
Nick Miller Sepp Blatter has been forced into a second round of voting in his bid for another four-year term as FIFA president, at the end of a week in which his organisation was plunged into a major corruption scandal.
David Wroe The Afghanistan province where Australian troops were stationed for eight years and suffered most of their casualties is in danger of sliding back into Taliban control, experts say.
A week in photos from award winning Fairfax photographers.
Tom Allard Earlier this year, two teenage boys from Sydney set out for Syria, fuelled by religious fervour and intoxicated by tales of righteous jihad and adventure. Groomed online by an Islamic State recruiter, their tickets were paid for, and an elaborate route mapped out to avoid detection. There were promises of a weekly salary and military training, and of the glory of the Islamic caliphate.
Rick Feneley Bribery, racketeering, money-laundering … It's not the mafia but football, and Australia will not escape the scandal that taints two generations of the world's most popular game. Rick Feneley reports.
Steve Butcher After 62 years a lawyer - including more than five unbroken decades as a barrister - Brian Bourke chuckles that his life faces testing for possible traces of mould and pest activity.
Hawkesbury Mayor Kim Ford is furious about a survey on The Hills Shire Council’s website.
Volunteers will be out in force across the Hawkesbury this Sunday with buckets in hand for the Salvation ...