The Barangaroo Delivery Authority has allowed Lend Lease to lodge modifications to its plans for Barangaroo in contradiction of its own project delivery deed which appears to restrict Lend Lease from applying for residential apartments in the hotel or in the public recreation space.
Dan Harrison Labor MP Tony Burke has changed his mind about opposing same-sex marriage, saying the country needs to get to the next stage of explaining why those who do not want change will be unaffected by it.
Peter Spinks The second of our two-part series on geothermal energy investigates whether Australia is attempting to the most of its vast underground potential.
Kate Aubusson New evidence suggests the monster floods that devastated Grantham was a man-made disaster that could have been avoided, 60 minutes reports.
Darren Gray The "Judas goats" will be key players in the kill. The seven feral "Judas goats" wearing the tracking colourful collars will not know it, but they will be helping the shooters rather than the old goats when a landmark aerial shooting program commences in the Mallee next month.
Michaela Whitbourn A recently retired Lieutenant-General will take on a new role, helping to select the NSW barristers who should be appointed to the prestigious rank of silk.
Kathryn Wicks As Sydney's 41 councils scramble to justify their existence, one is determined to take in its smaller neighbours, telling the judging body all councils should have at least 250,000 residents.
Clancy Yeates As banks grapple with the impact of huge technological shifts, Westpac hopes to get an edge over rivals by tapping into the ideas of bright, young non-bankers.
Sean Nicholls NSW government Metgasco drilling suspension order ruled unlawful, with taxpayers now facing $80 million payout to the company.
Ross Peake Luxury townhouses to be built on site of former embassy