Sam Dastyari is back - with a book to boot.
David Wroe, national security correspondent Donald Trump has earned his reputation for recklessness over many months. But not everyone is convinced his bumpy entry into Asian strategy spells dangerous anarchy in Asia.
Sarah Muller 40 people have been charged with drug offences in a police operation during the first two days of Subsonic Music Festival.
Michael Koziol An alarming rise in the number of drowning deaths has prompted a warning against complacency from Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and a reminder from surf life savers that Australians are not as water-wise as they like to think.
Michael Koziol, David Wroe Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is expected to speak with the global head of mining giant Adani on Monday amid mounting speculation the government will contribute $1 billion for a railway line to serve the forthcoming Carmichael coal mine.
Ava Benny-Morrison The ex-leader of the Brothers For Life gang was able to get his hands on the home address of a NSW detective and had allegedly been shopping around for someone to carry out his kill plan.
Sarah Muller Two buses have been completely destroyed by fire in the Blue Emu long-term car park at Sydney Airport.
Adam Gartrell, National Political Correspondent Australian diplomats are expected to lose some of their generous taxpayer-funded allowances under a review ordered by Julie Bishop.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull maintains he is confident a Trump administration will not torpedo a deal for the United States to take refugees from Nauru and Manus Island as American officials prepared to start vetting people in the offshore detention centres.
Andrew Brown ACT's four federal politicians have charged for $1600 flights to Sydney, thousands on flags and even car washing.