The most widely cited figure in the robo-debt debate is wrong. The true number of mistakes is perhaps as high as 90 per cent.
Jewel Topsfield Jakarta: It's hard to comprehend it happened in this century: human slaves trapped on fishing boats being whipped with poisonous stingray tails, having ice blocks thrown at them and being shot.
David Wroe, national security correspondent Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has acknowledged foreign agents may be trying to gather compromising material on individual Australian politicians through cyber attacks, while a Labor MP has said parliamentarians themselves are the "weakest link".
Peter Hannam An unusually quiet period for cyclones in the Australian region may come to an end within days.
Noel Towell 'Appeals in our office are at record numbers and no-one is doing them.'
Andrew Taylor Doctors diagnosing less severe autism have caused the dramatic rise in diagnoses, which is putting pressure on the public purse.
Mark Kenny, chief political correspondent Malcolm Turnbull has unleashed a ferocious attack on Bill Shorten, branding him "the greatest example of opposition gutlessness in generations".
Lindsay Murdoch South-east Asian nations have expressed concern they will become caught-up in superpower rivalries after the new Trump administration ended the 12-nation Pacific trade deal.
Jessica McInerney and Stan Gorton DPI Fisheries officers are investigating South Coast seafood retailers in relation to prawn purchases following a number of Coila Lake prawn hauls being seized.
Temperatures across the Illawarra are forecast in the mid-30s on Tuesday