Picking up a Real Juice Company's apple drink at Supabarn, you may have believed it used fruit from a quaint farm at the heart of New South Wales' Riverina.
Peter Hannam Most of Australia can expect a drier and warmer than usual winter as the influence of an El Nino takes hold – although the first few days of the season won't feel very balmy.
Lisa Cox Barnaby Joyce's office has called on Australia's media watchdog to investigate an interview in which radio announcer Kyle Sandilands attacked the Agriculture Minister for his treatment of Johnny Depp and his dogs.
Nick Toscano Trade unions and the nation's business lobby will unite to fight down the Abbott government's contentious plans to slash paid parental leave for tens of thousands of families.
Kate Aubusson Human trafficking is something often thought of as the scourge of faraway places, down dingy alleyways beneath the seedy underbellies of developing nations. But it's happening right here.
James Massola, Political Correspondent Australians will be "shocked" if Prime Minister Tony Abbott fails to grant Liberal MPs a conscience vote on same-sex marriage, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten says, while conceding the issue has to be handled in a bipartisan fashion.
She had phoned in to her local radio station in Brisbane to discuss the finer details of her hair pin collection when she was abruptly interrupted by a man in the background swearing and shouting.
Nassim Khadem The Abbott government must stop listening to lobby groups who are arguing for negative gearing and superannuation concessions to be left off the table for tax reform, says PwC.
Lisa Visentin Macquarie University has revoked the degrees of two students and prevented a further 10 from graduating after an independent investigation revealed the students had used an online ghost-writing service to complete their assignements.
Latika Bourke Labor has accused Mr Hockey of "insulting" journalists and behaving unprofessionally.
A FORMER Kiama resident is living her childhood dream of being a cheerleader - at least vicariously.
A YOUNG KIAMA student has used her imagination and won a statewide video competition.
This week we look back at 1990 and some of the events that happened in that year.