A Christian teenager who was sacked for saying on Facebook she would vote "no" for same-sex marriage is entitled to make a legal claim under discrimination law, legal experts say.
Peter Hannam Pollution of wetlands adjacent to Adani's main coal export port in Queensland is proof the Indian-owned company can't be trusted to operate a much larger operation should the Galilee Basin ever be opened up to mines, environmental groups said.
James Robertson The state government has defended spending $200,000 hunting down the source of embarrassing leaks revealing budget blowouts in its major transport projects by saying it is protecting community safety in the age of terrorism.
Liam Mannix, Melissa Cunningham When Ella Crofts noticed a dull ache in right knee she never could have imagined it was a flesh-eating ulcer chewing through her skin.
Alexandra Back The owner of the company Captain David Wood worked for has given evidence at the inquest into the pilot's death.
Pallavi Singhal A NSW primary school teacher who says she attempted suicide after being bullied by her principal and isolated by her colleagues for more than a year has received a six-figure settlement from her school authority.
Thousands of homes and businesses on Sydney's lower north shore lost power on Wednesday afternoon.
Noel Towell Government confirms jail time for 'improperly inducing' a patient to seek death, as Health Minister breaks down over mother's death.
Elliot Williams New council votes to return the former mayor to his position.
Anna Patty Workplace Editor Christian Democrats leader Fred Nile has split with church leaders in his support of legislation that will extend Boxing Day trading across the state.