The trouble was when he wasn't in the mood he was a first class crook. The type of cop who would race into your burning house to save a child then steal your wallet on the way out.
Cameron Atfield The Labor Party has referred outgoing Liberal National MP Teresa Gambaro to the Australian Federal Police over revelations about the selection of her electorate office.
David Wroe Defence and foreign affairs experts have reacted with dismay to the shock Brexit vote, warning it will lead to a more fragmented West and make the world a less secure place.
Nicole Hasham The global jolt caused by Britain's vote to leave the European Union has redrawn battlelines in Australia ahead of the final week of the federal election campaign, catapulting concerns over global disruption and economic stability to the forefront of the agenda.
David Baker The ramifications of an unprecedented exit from the EU are largely unknown for those who polled in favour of Brexit in the UK on Friday.
James Mooney Jo McManus lost her son Max in August last year, after he had seizure in a bath at home, but she's still waiting on a report to find out what happened.
Nathan Hondros The City of Mandurah says billboard featuring a mural of Canning MP Andrew Hastie sporting a handlebar moustache and a mullet has to go after it was revealed the landowner didn't seek council approval.
Staff reporters Our crack (pot) panel runs the rule over Round 14 of the AFL season, which started with Adelaide crowing about a big win against a Kangaroos in Thursday night footy.
Heather McNeill Visitors to Fiona Stanley Hospital will now be greeted with a portrait painted by one of Australia's most prestigious artists in honour of the hospital's namesake, Professor Fiona Stanley.
David Prestipino The sale of The Sunday Times to its rival Seven West Media would create an unprecedented level of business and media power in Western Australia unseen anywhere else in the country.