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.
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.
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.
Nino Bucci Organised crime groups are plotting to steal from Indigenous communities that survive on multi-million dollar mining royalties and land use agreements, an eight-year Australian Crime Commission investigation into isolated and trouble-plagued regions has revealed.
Sean Nicholls Mike Baird is expected to announce a post-election cabinet reshuffle within days but is not being drawn on the extent of the shake-up.
Mark Kenny Bill Shorten has risked Labor's already strained relationship with employers by becoming the first opposition leader to make a submission to a national wage case seeking more money for the least well off.
Alana Schetzer The number of childcare educators operating out of family homes across the country has skyrocketed in the past year, as more parents struggle to find a placement for their child in a traditional centre.
Peter Martin The Commonwealth treasury has set out the case for an increase in Australia's rate of goods and services tax and a series of cuts in income and company tax, saying that at 10 per cent Australia's GST is one of the lowest in the developed world.