A firefighter is injured and at least 15 homes lost in an out-of-control grass fire burning east of Queanbeyan.
Michael Gordon It was just another hot and humid day inside the Manus Island detention centre, more than 12 months ago, until a large group of detainees began gathering near the fences that separate the two biggest compounds.
Daniel Flitton A humble Australian vet has saved millions of chooks - and maybe helped feed a few million people in Africa, too.
Clare Kermond Location tracking devices in walking sticks and prams, webcams hidden in children's toys. Technology is the new weapon of choice in family violence, according to those on the front line.
David Wroe Don't rule out that Australia will contribute more to the effort against the Islamic State group. But it is likely to be modest and incremental rather than drastic.
Fergus Hunter The government has dismissed reports that maverick Coalition backbencher George Christensen drafted a resignation letter and has threatened to "go rogue".
Phil Hickey A coronial inquest will be held later this year into the cold case disappearance of a woman who went missing in Broome almost 18 years ago.
Michael Koziol Human Rights Commission president Gillian Triggs has vigorously defended her handling of a controversial case at the centre of the push to overhaul Australia's racial discrimination laws, taking aim at "misinformation" from parts of the media.
David Wroe, Nick Miller Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said he will consider any US military request for more help in fighting the so-called Islamic State group but pointedly said Australia is already one of the largest contributors to the war effort.
Esther Han The corporate watchdog says the insurance industry is doing itself no favours by selling junk products that hurt the most vulnerable.