A primary school teacher has been charged with the aggravated indecent assault of seven young female students in the Southern Highlands, police say.
Matt O'Sullivan They are rolling off the shelf but won't be ready to roll without the state government forking out an extra $1.1 billion.
Patrick Begley A man punched a pregnant woman in the stomach and threatened her with a knife in Sydney's west early on Friday morning, police said.
Megan Levy A taxi driver who allegedly indecently assaulted a female passenger in Sydney's inner west has now been charged with assaulting a second woman in a separate alleged attack a week earlier, police say.
Peter Martin South Australia has broken ranks with other Labor states and come out in favour of a 15 per cent goods and services tax, with conditions.
Peter Martin Business investment is collapsing at a record pace as resource companies accelerate cutbacks.
Dramatic vision has emerged of a man driving through the fire ground during a blaze in South Australia that has claimed two lives.
Julia Medew The "gluten-free" movement and fast "McDonald's-style" medicine may be driving people to have unnecessary and invasive bowel investigations funded by Medicare, a leading doctor says.
Melanie Kembrey Roads Minister Duncan Gay has dropped the strongest hint yet that his government will be build a light rail from Parramatta to Sydney Olympic Park.
Michaela Whitbourn and Emma Partridge The Baird government has been warned it could face legal action if it fails to resolve the crisis engulfing the state's overcrowded prison system.