The SANZAR hearing into alleged misconduct by Waratahs coach Michael Cheika was adjourned on Thursday night after three hours of evidence.
The federal government-appointed Anti-Doping Rule Violation Panel has reconvened, with the task of judging Stephen Dank high on its agenda.
Wycliff Palu has been missed by the Waratahs but expect him to lay low for a few more weeks yet.
An 80-year-old man has been arrested after his neighbour was shot in the neck in south-western Sydney.
Management of the troubled Mount Baw Baw Alpine Resort has been transferred from the government to a private operator after another year of losses and millions of dollars in taxpayer subsidies.
A second case of potential child abuse has emerged at the prestigious Jakarta International School, further fuelling an already heated public debate about sex abuse in Indonesia.
It was a big call from the Manly man. The royals are more popular than professional surfer Kelly Slater.
Jock Bush has grown up wanting to serve his country. Both his great-grandfathers saw action in World War II – one was lost at sea when the ship he commanded was sunk – and on Anzac Day his thoughts are with them.
An Australian schoolgirl unexpectedly wells up with tears over a nameless Fromelles gravestone. Zoe Bell, 17, of St Leonard’s College in Melbourne, isn’t usually like this, her teacher tells me. This isn’t hysterics or histrionics. Just history.
From the subject of prime ministerial launches promising solutions for the moral challenge of a generation, to a lonely minister holding an afternoon press conference in the shadow of the nation’s most revered public holiday: climate change policy has fallen so far in Australia’s political life that the government gives a good impression of hoping we ignore it.
Good morning and welcome to a brand new day.
POLL: Mike Baird has been elected as leader of the Liberal Party of NSW, and will be Premier.