Fragile buildings still pose a threat in Kathmandu as aftershocks continue.
Peter Martin Including the family home in the pension assets test could be a political plus if handled properly, a new report suggests.
Nino Bucci A controversial Islamic centre linked to extremism could have been closed years ago, as it did not have a council permit for religious gatherings.
James Massola ISIL recruits an Australian medical professional that outwardly showed no signs of supporting extremist Islamic views.
Lisa Cox Seismic testing to look for petroleum has begun in protected marine areas off the coast of Western Australia after permits were quietly granted by the Abbott government.
Charities have urged Australians to donate to earthquake relief efforts after thousands were killed and many more were injured when a 7.9 magnitude quake struck Nepal.
Rachel Browne Dozens of Australians have been listed as missing in Nepal following the earthquake which has claimed more than 1800 lives.
Georgina Mitchell, Rachel Browne, Angelo Risso More than 300 Australians in Nepal are still unaccounted for after Saturday's earthquake.
James Massola Labor Health spokeswoman Catherine King says any savings found in a review of the system should be re-invested in health care, not used to repair the budget bottom line.
James Massola 200 Australians have been confirmed safe, but 349 have not been accounted for.
Taree Anzac Day Parade and Ceremony. Lest we forget.
THOUSANDS took part in Taree's Anzac Day service this morning.
Anzac Day parade & ceremony at Old Bar
Commemorations for the cenetenary of Anzac Day took place up and down the Mid-North Coast on Saturday.
Thousands gathered at the Taree memorial for a 4:45am dawn service which had a special dedication to those ...
Anzac Day in Wingham
Anzac Day ceremony at Taree West Public School