Since federation, members of the House of Representatives have voted the same way when called upon to decide on matters of government. When a vote is called, members are summoned to the chamber, they divide to opposite sides and the party whips count the numbers.
Eryk Bagshaw Outsider to open 7000-student campus in Sydney's newest education battleground.
Megan Levy A large fire has destroyed a church and forced the evacuation of a nursing home in Sydney's south overnight.
Nassim Khadem Here's what we know so far about the main tax and business changes in the May 3 federal budget:
Mark Kenny For all the cost-saving potential of the internet, it seems there's nothing quite like being there.
Emma Partridge Victims stood and clapped as one of the state's most notorious paedophile priests was sentenced to 29 years jail after committing 62 acts of child sex abuse in regional NSW.
A one-year-old girl has died in a unit fire in Queanbeyan, police say.
Kate Aubusson A toddler is in a critical condition after being pulled from a pond on Sydney's northern beaches on Monday.
Man trapped after crash on Kings Highway on Monday has been freed.
Megan Gorrey Former government adviser escapes conviction for 'bizarre' string of events.
Ranger employment and continued infrastructure development secure but Eden Local Aboriginal Land Council warns funding windfall falls short ...
Allied Natural Wood Exports donates 12 seater bus to visitor's centre