A man who stabbed his neighbours believing they were evil clones, has had his mental health licence further relaxed. Michelle Vella reports.
A ratings system has been established to help parents find the perfect preschool for their children. Mike Duffy reports.
John Nash, the American mathematician whose life inspired the Oscar winning film A Beautiful Mind, has been killed with his wife in a car crash. Angela Cox reports.
A new medicine has been approved in Australia for the most common form of leukaemia. Dr Andrew Rochford reports.
The Federal Government is now alarmed over the terrorism threat in Australia and has admitted the problem is growing worse. Tim Lester reports.
Anyone parking directly behind a mobile camera to stop it catching speeding drivers could find themselves facing big fines. Chris Maher reports.
Arguments erupted in Federal Parliament today over the impact welfare cuts in the Budget will have on families. Mark Riley reports.
Man Monis has dominated the coronial inquest which has resumed its hearing into the deaths of two of his 18 hostages in the Lindt Café tragedy. Chris Reason reports.
Experienced mountain biker Natalie Donoghue has been found after spending the night freezing in a cave. Ashlea Brown reports.
Actor Robert De Niro has given aspiring actors, directors and writers some unexpected career advice during their graduation ceremony.