Puzzling road-related offences, excessive council regulations and outdoor dining laws that border on the bizarre. Eventually, you will fall prey.
Driver Damien Flack is conscious and in the hands of medical professionals after an awful crash in a lead-up race at the Bathurst 1000.
John Elder Ping-Pong-a-Thon started with a bunch of mates hoping to raise some money for a rent-boy rescue charity in Thailand. Five years later, it's a nation-wide event.
Royce Millar and Ben Schneiders Anonymous gift cards were used to pay the dues of hundreds of ALP members at the core of Bill Shorten's local power base as part of one of the biggest-ever branch-stacking scams to hit the Victorian Labor party.
Tim Barlass The nose of the downed flight MH17 was peppered with shrapnel from a missile, investigators say.
Natalie O'Brien Almost all of the school-aged jihadists and students who have been radicalised in Australia have come from state-run public schools and not religious schools.
Rachel Olding It was one of Australia's most infamous Bonnie and Clyde sagas. But Steven Spaliviero's romance with Swedish model Charlotte Lindstrom may not be over yet.
Natalie O'Brien As well as a call for tracking animals, the world's peak lobby group for greyhounds has asked NSW government to ban the $144 million a year greyhound racing industry.
Adam Gartrell Labor is set to oppose a key element of the government's crackdown on foreign investment, likening it to the White Australia policy.
Natalie O'Brien Violence is being sold to the young as an empowering and self-satisfying blow against the West.