Two old political foes are uniting to bring onto the agenda the debate about broadening Sydney's lone medically-supervised drug consumption centre to new parts of the city and to include users of the drug ice.
Stephanie Peatling The same-sex marriage question should be "simple and self-explanatory," the Attorney-General says.
Cassandra Morgan Employment agencies are accused of advertising fake jobs to get you in the door and on their books.
Richard Ogier Terrorism's idiocy defies rational appraisal but Germany has been somewhat immune to radicalism of the Islamic variety.
Stephanie Peatling A senior cabinet minister says the best way to counter the views of Pauline Hanson and One Nation is to expose them to "sunlight".
Patrick Begley Using a mobile phone while driving is risky, especially if you are part an alleged ice ring.
Helen Pitt Aggressive and confrontational people who become perpetrators of violence can be easily identified by a "red triad" of personality traits, a Texan researcher told a conference on reducing aggression on Saturday.
Nicole Hasham Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has announced Labor's new-look front bench, as he seeks to ramp up pressure on the Turnbull government in the next term of Parliament.
Nicole Hasham Penny Wong has been appointed Labor's foreign affairs spokeswoman as Tanya Plibersek moves to head up the party's 'education dream team'.
Harriet Alexander Emma Husar let her crutches do the talking during the election campaign.
Trees and shrubs are being planted at parks across the city.
For Sara Valenzuela, the gift of a kidney set her free.
Hospitals have seen a rise in people seeking help for gastroenteritis.