If Labor win next Saturday's state election they will press federal law enforcement agencies to give the state integrity commissioner direct access to telephone intercept material.
Hong Kong police have arrested high-profile student protest leaders Joshua Wong and Lester Shum, as authorities moved to clear a key protest camp.
The consumer watchdog has warned Australia's cartel laws would be significantly weakened under proposed changes to competition rules.
The Supreme Court has moved to restrain two lawyers representing Banksia Securities victims due to conflicts of interest.
Unions will launch legal action against a bid by James Hardie's asbestos compensation fund to start paying victims in instalments rather than lump sums.
Lyndsey-Fay Macnaught was on the verge of quitting school at 15 when she met highly successful corporate banker Kathy Madell as part of a mentoring program for vulnerable teenage girls.
The Wallabies expect to be slapped with a repair bill and are prepared to pay the costs of fixing a hole in the wall at Lansdowne Road after the discovery of dressing room damage in Dublin.
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Adam Scott has labelled the notorious afternoon winds as The Australian Golf Club's best "defence" after predicting the big hitters in the Australian Open field were set to dominate scoring.
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Christmas came to Launceston on Friday night, with the Lighting of the Tree celebration.
Sheena French celebrated her birthday with a fancy dress party at Hotel Launceston on Saturday night.