- Six days, six hours, six minutes: Inside the hunt for Meagher's killer
It took six days to catch Jill Meagher's killer Adrian Bayley, but before he was locked up, Jill's husband was suspect number one. The detective who led the murder investigation admits Tom Meagher "was treated badly" in the early stages of the probe.
- 'Prejudice and fear will never build a community': Wong's latest Hanson swipe on Q&A
Labor Senate Leader Penny Wong has previously accused Senator Hanson of peddling prejudice and fear, and she doubles down on that statement on Q&A.
- Australians urged to leak gambling industry secrets
Federal politicians Andrew Wilkie, Larissa Waters and Nick Xenophon are planning to use parliamentary privilege to protect whistleblowers who come to them with secret information about the poker machine industry.
- Brandis pleads with Labor to support same-sex marriage plebiscite
The debate over changing the definition of marriage to include Australians in same-sex relationships has struck a political impasse, with yesterday's talks between the Attorney-General and his Labor counterpart failing to agree to anything.
- Australian Hells Angels pay off assault victims after Thai bingle bashing
Two Australian members of the Hells Angels are facing criminal charges despite handing over compensation to the men they assaulted in Thailand.
- Scientists stop light in a cloud of atoms
They may not be wearing the robes of Jedi warriors, but Australian scientists have created their own version of a Star Wars scene by stopping light in a cloud of very cold atoms, a development that provides a essential building block for quantum computing.
- Man dies after shooting outside Melbourne shopping centre
Homicide detectives investigate a brazen shooting in broad daylight at a car park in Melbourne's Campbellfield that has left a man dead.
- The Norwegian Paradox: Fighting climate change while selling the fuels that help cause it
In Australia, the very phrase is political poison. But in Norway, even oil and gas companies support a carbon tax. Foreign Correspondent's Eric Campbell reports on Norway’s controversial plans to go carbon neutral.
- Global court to hear Australia, Timor Sea border row
An international arbitration court agrees to take up a bitter decade-long dispute between Australia and East Timor over maritime boundaries in the Timor Sea.
- Dangerfield's emotional Brownlow tribute to Cat's Paul Couch
AFL Brownlow Medal winner Patrick Dangerfield pays tribute to Geelong club great and fellow medallist Paul Couch after polling a record 35 votes.
- Russia says Ukraine complicit in MH17 downing
Russia accuses Ukraine of complicity in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, just days before official investigators are due to release their criminal report.
- Springboks' Lambie ready for Wallabies after three months of headaches
South African fly half Pat Lambie ready to return to action against Wallabies after on-field knockout led to three months of migraines.
- Troubled lawyer shoots nine in Houston before being killed by police
A troubled lawyer opens fire on morning commuters in Houston, injuring at least nine people before being fatally shot by police, authorities say.
- Clinton, Trump prepare to face off in first presidential debate
What will Donald Trump do and how will Hillary Clinton react? That's the reason 100 million Americans, many of whom loathe both of these nominees, are expected to tune in to the first presidential debate of the 2016 race.