Liberal Senator Arthur Sinodinos has resigned as Assistant Treasurer, paving the way for Tony Abbott to implement a frontbench reshuffle.
Shares aren’t a traditional gift, but don’t let that put you off from giving them to your loved ones.
A community group has launched last-ditch legal challenge to prevent the state government from truncating Newcastle’s heavy rail line on Boxing Day.
Former prime minister Julia Gillard did not commit a crime and was not aware of any criminality committed by union officials during her time as a lawyer for the Australian Workers Union, the trade union royal commission has found.
NBN Co will begin a customer pilot on the cable television infrastructure it acquired from Telstra and Optus, as part of the new multi-technology National Broadband Network, in the final quarter of next year.
In a few months time, Sydney barrister Julie Taylor and her husband are expecting the birth of their "precious" baby.
Environment officials raised concerns about planned expansion of Rio Tinto’s Warkworth coalmine.
The Sydney legal community has called for an end to personal attacks on judges and lawyers over the deadly siege in Martin Place.
The Baird government will immediately end its policy of allowing recreational fishing from the shore in most of the state’s marine protected areas.
Two engineering firms have been fined a combined $450,000 over the death of a worker who plunged 40 metres when a large rig he was harnessed to collapsed at a Southbank building site.