Noel Pearson has turned on the advocate of the "modest" Indigenous recognition in the constitution, accusing Jesuit priest and law professor Frank Brennan of setting himself up "as some kind of final arbiter of what is good for the natives"
Michael Chammas A Jamaican-born German with no coach, who looks like he belongs in the streets of Kingston than the courts of Wimbledon, has knocked out Rafael Nadal.
Matthew Knott ABC producers tried to contact two people familiar with former terror suspect Zaky Mallah before allowing him to ask a question live on air because of concerns about his suitability, an Abbott government review has found.
Amy Corderoy and Harriet Alexander Tens of thousands of worried patients of a Sydney dental clinic that could have infected them with HIV or hepatitis are waiting in fear to find out if they are in danger.
Heath Aston, political correspondent Labor MP Noreen Hay has stood down as Opposition Whip but has not been suspended from the ALP pending an Australian Federal Police investigation into allegations of electoral fraud and branch stacking at her Wollongong office.
James Massola, Political Correspondent One of the most senior members of the Abbott government, Senate leader Eric Abetz, has attacked the Hobart City council for passing a motion expressing support for same-sex marriage.
Anna Patty Providers of ethics classes in NSW primary schools have responded with outrage to a change to the school enrolment form which removes a clear choice between ethics and scripture.
Nick Toscano and Ben Schneiders A long-awaited trial over former union leader Kathy Jackson's alleged misuse of $1.3 million in union funds will go ahead, despite her last-minute declaration of bankruptcy.
Peter Hannam Sydney's run of unusually cold mornings will extend well into next week as mostly clear skies combine with light winds and a frigid air mass to sink the mercury.
Markus Mannheim 58 per cent vote in favour of agreement that is likely to prove less than inflation.