A 20-year-old man has died after being struck by a Holden utility in the early hours of Saturday morning in Sydney's north-west.
Sarah Muller Up to 15,000 "yes" campaigners in Sydney marched in a bid to encourage remaining voters to mail in their postal forms this week.
James Robertson Dogs may soon be safe to return to city pubs with a proposal before parliament to protect an old part of Sydney pub culture that has recently been overturned by council rangers and health and safety laws.
Lisa Tisdell The commissioner will be an advocate for regional, rural and remote health.
Latika Bourke Job search company Indeed says it recorded a 10 per cent drop on searches almost instantaneously after the government announced its crackdown on foreign workers.
David Fitzsimons Lengthy stays involved with dealing with mental health
A bevy of Australian celebrities streamed in for one of the Spring racing carnival’s biggest events – the Caulfield Cup.
Eryk Bagshaw The Turnbull government's landmark higher education reforms have been killed off in the Senate, with the Nick Xenophon team rejecting key elements of the $2.8 billion package and calling for a "Gonski style" review of the university sector.
James Massola, Peter Hannam An architect of the government's new energy policy has played down suggestions the scheme represents a carbon price.
Max Stainkamph "It’s something you can’t put into words."