- Defence warns French shipbuilder over submarine leaks
Defence warns the French shipbuilding company in charge of constructing Australia's next submarine fleet to keep its designs safe, after speculation hackers were behind the leaking of 20,000 pages of its blueprints for an Indian sub.
- Sara Connor undergoes Bali psych test
Indonesian police say the Australian woman accused of murdering a policeman on Bali is undergoing a psychiatric examination.
- Sydney oncologist jailed for indecent assault of female trainee
A former high-profile Sydney oncologist who admitted to drugging and indecently assaulting a female registrar is sentenced to a minimum two years and three months in jail.
- Greens to vote against same-sex marriage plebiscite
The Greens will vote against legislation to enable a same-sex marriage plebiscite when it is brought to parliament, voicing fears that a "hateful" campaign could lead to suicides among the young LGBTIQ community.
- Bankstown hospital manager suspended over gas mix-up
The general manager of Sydney's Bankstown Hospital is suspended over a gas mix-up that left one newborn baby dead and another with suspected brain damage.
- Smail Ayad remanded in custody over youth hostel stabbing
Accused murderer Smail Ayad is remanded in custody after charges relating to a youth hostel stabbing that left a woman dead and a man fighting for his life were heard in a Townsville court today.
- Violent aftershocks hamper rescue efforts in Amatrice
Aftershocks hamper rescue efforts in the Italian town of Amatrice, as rescue workers desperately race against time in the search for survivors from the earthquake that has so far claimed 250 lives.
- Brewery worker agreement was voted on by three casuals
The enterprise agreement that sparked the ongoing industrial dispute at the Carlton and United Breweries Abbotsford plant in inner Melbourne was voted on by just three casual workers in Perth, two years ago.
- Government does not support banking royal commission: Turnbull
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull writes to Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, calling on him to drop his calls for a royal commission into the banking sector.
- World dog day: Amazing feats of man's best friend
They're man's best friend, after all: Take a look back at some of the amazing feats of our four-legged friends this past year on World Dog Day.
- US Olympian Lochte charged over false robbery claim
US swimming star Ryan Lochte is charged with making a false statement following his story about being robbed at gunpoint during the Olympics.
- Trump and Clinton ramp up racism accusations in lead up to US election
The tone of the US presidential campaign darkens, with Hillary Clinton skewering Donald Trump as a man who flirts with racism and paranoid ideas, while he in turn labelled her a racist whose family foundation was a "criminal enterprise".
- Aussie women's team to play world series event at Sydney 7s
Australia's world and Olympic women's sevens champions, the Pearls, will play at the 2017 Sydney 7s as part of a new official world series event.
- Livestock theft on the rise as farmers enjoy buoyant market, police warn
Farmers across the country are enjoying the spoils of a thriving beef and sheep market, but they are not the only ones taking advantage of the high prices — police say livestock theft is on the rise.