Katherine Comparti says "everything you could imagine" went through her mind when she became lost in thick jungle during a holiday to the remote island of Christmas Island off the West Australian coast.
The auditor-general says the process behind the 2016 sale of Ausgrid meant NSW taxpayers may have missed out on "value for money" — a deal the NSW Labor Party has labelled "secretive" and "horrible".
Greenpeace flagship, Rainbow Warrior, has lead a protest of hundreds of people campaigning against Norweign company Equinor drilling for oil in the Great Australian Bight.
The former prime Minister reveals Chinese officials complained about media coverage last week. He's also called for a rational debate about population, without accusations of racism.
Despite intense speculation over a "key suspect" in the case police say they have several persons of interest and are still a long way from the end of the investigation into Toyah Cordingley's murder.
The former chief financial officer of construction giant Leighton Holdings, Peter Gregg, is facing up to four years in jail after being found guilty of falsifying the company's accounts.
The former chief financial officer of construction giant Leighton Holdings, Peter Gregg, is found guilty of falsifying the company's accounts.
A NSW Government department has raised grave fears about plans for a new coal mine south of Sydney, predicting groundwater impacts that are unparalleled in the state.
The University of Tasmania begins offering foreign students the chance to "jump to the head of the queue" if they pay upfront, while existing students are told to look on Gumtree for accommodation, as the university cannot guarantee them a place to live.