Detectives have charged an 18-year-old man they allege assaulted a woman, then rammed a police car in a stolen Audi, in Perth's eastern suburbs on Sunday.
Heath Aston, political correspondent A new support unit established inside the Department of Agriculture to advise Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce on issues outside his portfolio has been mocked as "political training wheels" by Labor.
Emma Young A family has uploaded dashboard camera footage of their narrow escape after a driver spinning out of control on the Kwinana Freeway forced their car to the shoulder.
Stephanie Peatling The Coalition confirms it will rule out tax reform in another area – negative gearing – as the parties' economic policies firm up ahead of the election.
Lucy Cormack In 1952 more than 60 young men witnessed the British test their first atom bomb in Australia.
Dominica Sanda A Lancaster bomber came crashing from the sky over Stetten, near Rottweil in south-west Germany, on February 25,1944, killing the crew, including pilot officer Sergeant Ronald Cecil Martin.
Nick Miller Corporal Daniel Keighran looks out over the patchwork yellow and green fields of the Somme, lying peaceful under scudding grey skies.
Cameron Atfield All things going well, 41 of Australia's most recent casualties of war will be honoured at the highest place on Earth this Anzac Day.
Anna Patty Workplace Editor The national Work for the Dole program is facing criticism for failing to protect the safety of volunteer workers and for not helping many to find work suited to their skills.
Peter Hannam CSIRO is expected to offer an alternative to deep cuts of its climate science program as soon as this week in a bid to defuse criticism as a Senate committee prepares to widen its inquiry to include chairman David Thodey.