Police have seized drugs with an estimated street value of $200,000 and arrested six men who they allege were involved in a drug syndicate following a series of raids around Sydney.
Gareth Hutchens A surprise 41.5 per cent jump in government spending on defence equipment helped Australia's economy grow by 0.2 per cent for the three months to June.
Michael Bachelard To corrupt police, foreigners are "fantastic, low risk targets".
Kate McClymont and Stuart Goodman Police have raided a series of houses connected to failed financial guru Anthony Ghalloub.
Peter Martin A sharp fall in national income has all but obliterated economic growth, pushing down income per head by the most since the GFC.
Jacob Saulwick A spaghetti junction of motorway ramps will be built just south of Sydney Park in inner Sydney, but part of the area will be returned to the public as parkland.
Andrew Taylor The Australian Museum has recorded a dramatic financial turnaround ahead of new exhibitions and a new entrance opening.
Tom Allard "Barbaric" Syrian dictator may benefit if Australia expands its anti-IS air campaign but so too will moderate rebels, says the architect of the surge in Iraq.
Amy Corderoy A report into suicides and self harm has found that ongoing care is non-existent for an alarmingly large number of patients.
Tom McIlroy and Emma Kelly ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr says there is a lot of political grandstanding going on in relation to Australia's free trade agreement with China, when there is broad support for a deal.