After a few false dawns China has submitted its plans for tackling climate change from 2020 to the United Nations climate negotiations. What does it mean?
Megan Levy A mystery woman who turned up in a coastal Californian town suffering from amnesia says she has had vivid dreams about an unknown man.
John Garnaut and David Wroe Australia's top public servant has dismissed any prospect of China leading the world, saying the economic giant is neither willing nor able to solve global problems.
Gareth Hutchens Former Treasury secretary Martin Parkinson has heavily criticised the Abbott government's renewable energy target and Direct Action policies, saying they will be a far costlier way to reduce emissions than an emissions trading scheme.
Peter Martin Don't sweat the small stuff. If Greece vanished today, the global financial system would scarcely notice.
Kate Aubusson Hillsong has played an interview with controversial US pastor Mark Driscoll at its national conference on a giant screen at Allphones Arena in Sydney this week despite Church organisers saying they had cancelled his appearance.
Michaela Whitbourn Joe Hockey has become the first Australian politician to successfully sue for defamation over a tweet.
Noel Towell PM&C public servants get "significantly better offer" as bosses try to break deadlock.
James Massola The federal government's "freedom commissioner", Tim Wilson, says the ruling in the defamation case brought by Treasurer Joe Hockey against Fairfax Media is a reminder of the need for "widescale reform of defamation law in Australia".
Louise Hall and Michaela Whitbourn Treasurer Joe Hockey has had a partial victory in his defamation case against Fairfax Media, with a court finding he was defamed by the words 'Treasurer for Sale' on a poster and two tweets and awarding him $200,000 in damages.