Premier Mike Baird has announced a cabinet tailor-made to implement his election policy to partially privatise the NSW electricity network and $20 billion infrastructure plan in a major reshuffle after the reelection of the Coalition government.
Mark Kenny Anxious consumers have blamed the government as they close their wallets, deepening Joe Hockey's challenge of crafting a budget hit by plummeting iron ore revenue and by Tony Abbott's need for political recovery over budget repair.
Mark Kenny The prospect of a breakthrough on the contentious tax treatment of superannuation earnings has moved a step closer with Labor extending a rare offer of bipartisanship to a cash-strapped government.
Leesha McKenny A prestigious Sydney private school has failed to overturn the rejection of its expansion plans due to the "unsafe and risky" behaviour of parents.
Louise Hall A high-profile Sydney doctor who specialises in “anti-ageing” medicine has been found guilty of professional misconduct and could be struck off after an investigation found she inappropriately prescribed steroids, hormones and other drugs.
James Massola The union official who began a push to expel Labor veteran Martin Ferguson from the ALP believes the official story of how the Twin Towers in New York were brought down on September 11, 2001 is a conspiracy that does not stand up to scientific scrutiny.
Matthew Knott The ANRA says the federal government policy review's recommendations would have a "chilling effect on competition".
Kate Aubusson Admiral Harry Harris' remarks have been described as alarmist and without foundation.
Sean Nicholls This is Mike Baird's second reshuffle as Premier, but the first in which he has truly shaped the team he wants to lead the government.
Richard Willingham The use of pre-paid credit cards to sign up people to the Labor Party is being investigated as part an internal inquiry into branch stacking in the Victorian ALP.