It is the battle between a businessman who lost a billion-dollar birthright and his family, who didn't.
Peter Munro The future pop art star was once among the most highly-paid commercial illustrators in New York City.
Miki Perkins One in five young people still think that jealousy is a sign that your partner loves you, and men should be the head of a household.
Adam Gartrell The Turnbull government is launching a major crackdown on dodgy family daycare providers, with new integrity measures designed to save taxpayers up to $250 million.
Adam Gartrell, Political Correspondent Cuts to penalty rates will hasten to the "mass casualisation" of Australia's workforce, leading to lead to a decrease in job security, less paid leave and more workplace stress.
Finbar O'Mallon The NSW Farmers is concerned about the rise in reporting rates of a rare infection, known as Q fever and called for the vaccine to be introduced to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme and better training of doctors to screen for the disease at hospitals.
Sean Nicholls The decision to resign as leader of the party's left faction followed attack on his relationship with Premier Gladys Berejiklian
Sean Nicholls Two and a half years ago, when Richard Capuano first learned his home was to be forcibly acquired for the $16.8 billion WestConnex motorway, he was naturally apprehensive.
Peter Martin The Turnbull Government proposed company tax cut would cut national income for years before it boosted it and would never be self-funding, a new analysis from the Grattan Institute has found.
Dan Proudman A former professional surfer is being assessed for possible brain damage after his skull was fractured in a one-punch assault outside a Newcastle pub.
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