The interrogation came out of the blue. It was relentless, merciless. Her accusers kept pushing even while she was doubled over and sobbing.
Sean Nicholls A new panel of three commissioners would have to agree before public hearings are held
Stephanie Peatling Only in a family law case can the victim of violence face cross-examination by their alleged abuser. Rosie Batty is calling for changes to the system.
Anna Patty CBA has overhauled its financial literacy program in schools to encourage women to be more financially independent from a younger age so they are empowered to escape domestic violence situations.
Peter Hannam Carbon dioxide concentrations are rising at a record rate,
Heath Aston A letter the federal government has spent a year and a half and tens of thousands of dollars trying to keep from the public raises explosive questions.
Michaela Whitbourn The man at the centre of an ugly dispute with Attorney-General George Brandis has resigned.
Georgina Mitchell Three sculptures have been destroyed by high swell at Sculpure by the Sea in Sydney's east.
Jewel Topsfield Australian live cattle representatives have flown to Jakarta for talks amid fears a proposed new trade rule could threaten the viability of the industry.
Peter Martin and James Massola The government is sitting on hundreds of pages of evidence and scores submissions about housing affordability that it is unable to process because it let its inquiry lapse.
POLICE will allege the man returned the reading after driving while disqualified on Thursday.