The skies have cleared for the launch of Sydney's Vivid Festival, but for a while it looked like the light show would have to compete with lightning. Angie Asimus reports.
FIRST ON 7: Hundreds of sub-contractors, their employees, and their families are facing financial disaster after a Sydney building firm went broke, owing more than $10 million. Chris Reason reports.
Three white lions have been born at the Darling Downs Zoo as part of a breeding program.
At more than two-metres tall, a grey kangaroo in Brisbane has been hopping around the suburbs, intimidating locals.
The official Scrabble dictionary has added some new words, to reflect modern times.
A new genetic test being offered in Austral to pregnant women is raising concerns in the US.
The wife of the accused Lin family murderer broke down repeatedly while being questioned about the day the bodies of her five relatives were discovered. Alex Hart reports.
Parramatta Rugby League club is in crisis facing a fine of more than half a million dollars, and a threat to strip it of four competition points. Josh Massoud reports.
Sydney’s Vivid Festival will run for 18 nights, with more than 60 light and music installations, and you can join in with many of them. Sarah Cumming reports.
There are angry parents at Homebush public school after they were kept in the dark about child abuse allegations against the Assistant Principal. Robert Ovadia reports.