Sounds of pilot trying to smash his way back into locked cockpit have emerged on voice recorder, investigator says.
Dan Harrison Former US president George W Bush once called John Howard a "man of steel" in a reference to his steadfast support for the United States-led invasion of Iraq.
Tom Decent A man wielding a fake gun in Sydney's Martin Place has been arrested by police metres from the Lindt Cafe.
Reviewed by Thomas Hounslow Ed Sheeran leaves thousands of female fans in tears and awe.
Chloe Booker Discovering the Anzac records on the Ancestry website will be fascinating reading.
Sean Nicholls Mike Baird has declared work will begin on the privatisation of NSW electricity businesses "from today" while demanding Labor respect his election mandate by supporting the transaction through the upper house so he can use the anticipated proceeds to implement his promised $20 billion infrastructure program.
Damien Murphy Sail boats bobbed in the background, and ferries hooted as the man of the moment stood near the spot thought to have been named by Arthur Phillip to describe his first meeting with the polite but naked locals.
Ross Peake Newly-minted ACT Senator Katy Gallagher will campaign for the Labor Party to soften its harsh policy on asylum seekers, at its national conference this year.
Marise Payne The election result in NSW makes it very clear that a state government with a strong focus on building new infrastructure, which says clearly how they will afford those projects, can earn the support of the people.
Sean Nicholls On Saturday night, Mike Baird became a bona fide Liberal party hero. Like Barry O'Farrell after he led the Coalition to its crushing election victory in 2011, Baird's power and influence within the party has just grown exponentially.