The girl, who had injuries below her elbow, is in hospital in Newcastle in an unknown condition.
A man has been found dead with stab wounds in the bedroom of a home in Sydney's west on Sunday night.
Tim Elliott One night in July, 2005, then state Liberal leader John Brogden went for a drink at the Hilton Hotel. He was feeling good, "euphoric", in his words, and understandably so.
Rachel Browne A new report from the University of New England and SANE Australia calls for a national campaign to improve understand of suicide and ways to help the recovery process for those who attempt to take their own lives.
James Massola, Political Correspondent Prime Minister Tony Abbott is being urged to consider dumping Joe Hockey as Treasurer if the Canning byelection goes badly for the Liberal Party, in a move designed to shore up his own leadership.
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Adam Gartrell A Victoria move to hold state-based inquiry into portable long service leave has prompted a push for Federal Labor to get behind the idea.
Anna Patty Injured workers will no longer have the opportunity to top up lump sum compensation payments.
Lisa Cox Labor has called on the Auditor-General to investigate what training Australian Border Force officials have been given since the agency was established in July this year and whether their legal powers extend to random visa checks.
Kate McClymont Although Sydney property developer Nati Stoliar once resided in the most palatial homes in the nation, on August 19 he celebrated his birthday in greatly reduced circumstances – a jail cell in Nevada.