Prime Minister flags an Australian military presence in the two countries for the foreseeable future.
Lisa Visentin Last year, the NSW government unveiled its plan to transform land near Mona Vale into a new community.
Melissa Cunningham A 13-year-old boy is among four teenagers accused of bashing a taxi driver leaving him serious head injuries and two broken teeth.
Marissa Calligeros Muslim activist and television host Yassmin Abdel-Magied has courted controversy with an Anzac Day Facebook post suggesting Australians should turn their attention to the suffering on Manus Island and Nauru, and in Syria and Palestine.
David Wroe, National security correspondent It's one small step for an Australian shipbuilder, but a giant leap for the country's plans for a major defence industry.
Nick McKenzie, Michael Bachelard The aged-care watchdog has called for greater transparency from nursing home providers about complaints and disputes.
Anna Patty Workplace Editor The minimum wage for temporary work visa holders has not been revised to ensure it will keep up with inflation as part of federal government reforms to the visa system.
Amy Remeikis Work for the dole has been an expensive "demonstrable failure" that does nothing to lessen the nation's unemployment burden, one of Australia's biggest charities has said.
Ava Benny-Morrison The man, with three identities and who speaks 11 languages, will be extradited over a people smuggling tragedy after time served for an ATM-cracking spree.
Chloe Booker New research indicates emotional eating might be a result of parenting.
Keep an eye on what's happening around the MIA, as the city marks ANZAC Day 2017.
Hundreds brave the rain at Griffith dawn service in tribute to the sacrifices made by servicemen and women.
OPINION: Sight of residents reflecting in morning rain living proof of Anzac Day's place in our hearts.
The Griffith RSL sub-branch says it has been forced to cancel its Anzac Day march on Tuesday morning.