Support for anti-lockout law and pro-Sydney nightlife campaigns is gaining momentum, with action groups vowing to fight the "devastating cultural and economic impact" it believes the NSW Government's measures have brought.
Rachel Browne As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model.
Philip Wen Four trapped survivors - including an eight-year-old girl and a woman found under the dead body of her husband - have been rescued alive, but officials warn the prospect of finding further survivors is diminishing.
Melanie Kembrey It's been called a "hypodermic in God's bum" and a "concrete mushroom". And soon it will be gone.
Fergus Hunter Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull rejected the first option presented by Attorney-General George Brandis' for the new sex discrimination commissioner and instead chose to generate a fresh recommendation via an advisory panel that excluded Human Rights Commission president Gillian Triggs.
Louise Hall, Kelsey Sutor Richard McCudden is a self-employed painter who says he has "a great desire to save cats that would otherwise be euthanised".
Philip Wen Hong Kong police fired "warning shots" in a bid to contain hundreds of surging rioters as Lunar New Year celebrations descended into a night of chaos.
Nicole Hasham Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young labelled one government member "a pig" and another"biased" and "a joke" in a fiery Senate estimates hearing scrutinising the conditions faced by children at Nauru.
Adam Gartrell Medicare payments and other health benefits could be delivered by the private sector under a major shake-up being considered by the Turnbull government.