Kambala and its former principal will attempt to settle a defamation suit to avoid the damaging publicity that would result from a hearing.
Miriam Webber A group of young Sydney tradies became instant multimillionaires after winning a $16.4 million Powerball jackpot last night.
Lisa Visentin Property giant Mirvac is facing a Labor-led campaign opposing its plans to build a string of high-rise apartment towers in Sydney's inner west, as ALP politicians from each level of government rallied the community groups against the proposal at a meeting in Marrickville.
Michael Koziol, Immigration reporter Thousands of asylum seekers in Australia will now require permission from Immigration Minister Peter Dutton's department if they want to get a pet.
Fergus Hunter A New Zealand MP embroiled in a controversy over his past links to Chinese military intelligence worked as an intern with the Australian Senate's committee on foreign affairs, defence and trade in the 1990s.
Tom McIlroy After a move to the private sector, the former Health boss reflected on success and failure.
Michael Koziol The Sydney Opera House, Taronga Zoo and the Australian Museum were among the institutions granted a reprieve.
The Age has dominated nominations for this year's Walkley Awards for excellence in journalism.
Agron Latifi The transformation from child soldier to lawyer shows no signs of slowing down for Deng Adut.
Nick McKenzie Questions about some Australian military operations in Afghanistan remain.