Amirah Droudis was not always the devout Muslim woman as she presents in her YouTube videos, with a veil covering all but her eyes.
Liberal senator Arthur Sinodinos has resigned as Assistant Treasurer, paving the way for Tony Abbott to implement a frontbench reshuffle.
Five days on from the Martin Place siege that claimed two lives and placed Sydney's CBD in lockdown, and questions still remain about what transpired inside the Lindt cafe, especially during the early hours of Tuesday.
An asylum seeker who suffered serious burns to his face in Iran before fleeing to Australia is the suing the Australian government, Transfield and the former security contractor G4S on Manus Island for negligence in the Supreme Court.
Katrina Dawson and Julie Taylor shared many things; a career, a friendship and memories forged through time. This week the world learned they shared 16 terrifying hours trapped inside the Lindt cafe.
More than 20 expectant asylum seeker mothers in Australia will have to return to Nauru despite Immigration Scott Morrison's decision to allow a number of babies to stay in Australia with their families.
The state government insists it is not acting illegally by tearing up part of the Newcastle rail line, despite a last-ditch legal challenge to scupper the works.
Next year is shaping as another pivotal one for financial markets. We have asked a number of top investors and analysts which indicator they will be watching particularly closely.
Telstra will begin planning and design work on the National Broadband Network early next year as part of a new four-year deal, worth up to $390 million, to assist NBN Co with the rollout.
Julia Gillard's former boyfriend and national construction officials are among union figures facing criminal charges for acts of alleged fraud, intimidation and coercion under recommendations of the the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption.
The sun is shining and the mercury is rising, welcome to summer in Dubbo.