She may only be nine weeks old but Sonny Bill Williams daughter is the reason he is returning to the boxing ring on Saturday night and she will be a driving force in his bid to win back-to-back Rugby World Cup later this year.
Dan Harrison The head of the nation's main spy agency has strongly defended proposals to require phone and internet providers to store customer metadata for two years, declaring this was the "minimum" period of time it would consider acceptable.
Lisa Davies For 15 years there has been a festering sore at the heart of the NSW Police Force.
Jewel Topsfield Lawyers are battling to try to save the lives of the condemned Bali Nine ringleaders despite Indonesian president Joko Widodo vowing to show no mercy and uncertainty over whether a second review of their case will be allowed by the courts.
Judith Ireland Natasha Stott Despoja has been campaigning against domestic violence ever since she was a small child and her journalist mother, Shirley, would take her along to women's refuges.
Peter Hartcher, James Massola The two leading contenders to replace Tony Abbott as Liberal leader are resisting the efforts of their colleagues to draft them to challenge the Prime Minister.
Mark Kenny Paul Keating rose to the most demanding office in the land propelled by a fearsome reputation as the Federal Parliament's most devastating wordsmith and, on occasions, its most soaring orator.
Jake Niall Novak Djokovic was again extended by the troublesome Stan Wawrinka, but this time he survived the insurrection to reach his fifth Australian Open final.
Jacqueline Maley and James Massola When the Prime Minister stands on the podium at the National Press Club on Monday, he has one chief task: to wrench our gaze forward and make his listeners, from the journalists in the room to the ordinary voters who consume their politics via snippets on the nightly news, focus on the future.
Paul McGeough Australian quarantine officials are 'cautiously optimistic' their trial planting of sunflower seeds taken from the MH17 crash site will produce enough seeds to distribute as mementos to families and friends of those who died in the crash.
GRIFFITH councillor Paul Rossetto does not think the council should have bought the “Clock" building on Banna Avenue.
EXCITED Griffith and district youngsters headed back to school this week.
AN 85-YEAR-OLD man was assaulted at Narrandera on Thursday morning.
Neighbours tell of their horror as a raging inferno claims a man's life.