In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge of a wrecked cargo liner resting on a remote reef 600 kilometres east of Coffs Harbour.
Leesha McKenny and James Robertson Sydney's most scandal-plagued council has been suspended ahead of a public inquiry into the planning decisions by its councillors.
Michaela Whitbourn Former NSW Labor minister Eddie Obeid was secretly "acting in the private interests of his family" when lobbying a government authority on behalf of a group of Circular Quay tenants, the Supreme Court has heard.
Lindsay Murdoch Police have disrupted a major fake passport syndicate supplying travel documents to people wanting to reach Australia.
Nick Ralston A man has been charged after he allegedly tried to abduct a seven-week-old baby from Bronte Beach in Sydney's eastern suburbs.
Jane Lee A taskforce of federal health bureaucrats and external consultants deciding how to modernise Medicare will be paid about $5 million for six months' worth of work.
Rachel Olding Premier Mike Baird has been caught out using a misleading statistic to defend the success of the state government's lockout laws.
Judith Ireland Australia's own Greg Hunt has been singled out as the best minister in the world by a high-powered international conference.
More than 12,000 notifications as vaccine stocks in the private market run dry.
Niki Burnside An 11-year-old Castle Hill girl has self-published a novel based on her love for animals.
The Hills police continue to work with specialist investigators following recent bomb threat hoaxes at two schools.