Prime Minister Tony Abbott has chosen not to put limits on the scope of constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians, ahead of a consultation process that could see a referendum on the issue in 2017.
Amy Corderoy The Presbyterian Church in NSW is considering refusing to participate in marriage laws if gay marriage is allowed to go ahead.
Tammy Mills The last conversation Tarang Chawla had with his sister was so very ordinary.
Matthew Knott, James Massola Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull is under intense pressure to cancel a scheduled appearance on Q&A, with deputy Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce warning of chaos if cabinet ministers disobey Prime Minister Tony Abbott's directive to boycott the ABC program.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker, Michael Bachelard An Australian Mafia boss allegedly paid $2.2 million in bribes to judges to get lighter jail sentences, and have approached defence force personnel to supply them with military grade weapons, top-secret police intelligence reports reveal.
James Massola, Political Correspondent A whopping three-quarters of voters support a controversial Abbott government proposal to strip the citizenship of sole Australian nationals who take part in terrorist activities.
Tarang Chawla My sister Nikita was killed in January. If she hadn't been killed, she would have just turned 24 years old.
Peter Hannam Sydney's coldest stint since 1983 in the offing, and the cool conditions may linger for quite some time yet, meteorologists say.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker, Michael Bachelard An Australian Mafia boss allegedly paid $2.2 million in bribes to NSW judges to get lighter jail sentences, top-secret police intelligence reports reveal.
Michael Bachelard, Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker Perhaps as befits a godfather of the Italian-Australian Mafia, Frank Barbaro was, in 2003, attending a funeral every fortnight.
SPEEDING is the biggest killer on Hawkesbury roads, with fatigue coming in second, according to a report obtained ...