In December 1968, a collision between a train and a school bus rocked the New South Wales town of Kempsey. Now half a century later the shock of that fateful day can still be felt.
Accusations of misconduct are levelled against the taxi industry in Gove Peninsula, including credit cards being "held hostage" and a driver selling a pack of cigarettes to a passenger for $75.
A private school principal calls into ABC radio to confront the ACT Transport Minister over a delay in the rollout of the new bus network, labelling the communication with schools "just not good enough".
Taxi drivers in NSW, Victoria, Queensland and WA will sue Uber in what may be "the largest" class action in Australian history.
Labor has pledged borrow big and spend large, with a swag of major infrastructure projects set to start in their second term of government.
Taxi drivers launching a huge compensation claim say they have been left high and dry after the 2016 legalisation of ride sharing schemes like Uber.
Umberto Galasso's house sits in North Strathfield, Western Sydney — 26 metres above the M4 East Westconnex tunnel. And since construction began he claims huge cracks have started appearing in his home.
The most magical time of the year is upon Victorians: election season. And the multi-billion-dollar toys on everybody's wish list? Trains, tracks and roads, write Marion Terrill and James Ha.
High fuel prices are not just hitting the hip pockets of motorists, with fishermen also feeling the pinch, and they are passing on the cost increases at fish and chip shops.
A scenic stretch of road in Western Australia's South West could become the state's first to attain heritage status, but there are questions over what that could mean for plans to improve its safety.