Nobel Laureate Peter Doherty says Australia is being seen as "public enemy number one" on climate change and risks being isolated as China seeks to reduce its reliance on coal.
Georgina Mitchell, Peter Hannam and Pallavi Singhal Storms hit the Sydney region, bringing hail and damaging winds.
Heath Aston Nearly $750,000 welfare recipients were overpaid by Centrelink in the second half of last year, creating what welfare advocates say is a "bonanza" for debt collectors.
Patrick Hatch An Australian doctor who appears in an Islamic State propaganda video has been identified.
A 14-year-old boy has been refused bail in a British court after appearing on charges of inciting a terror attack at a Melbourne Anzac Day parade.
Peter Munro From targets of mockery to just, you know, kind of practical: man bags have become a must-have.
Rick Feneley, Daisy Dumas, Peter Hannam It seemed to sneak up on us, this storm that washed away houses and swept away lives, that devoured beaches and turned suburban railway lines into rivers.
Ruth Pollard The rocky shores of the Gallipoli peninsula mark the final resting place for some of these men, their haunting portraits returned for just a moment to the cove where so many met their fate.
James Massola, Matthew Knott Academic Ray Wills has compared the appointment of "sceptical environmentalist" Bjorn Lomborg to head up a new development think tank to putting disgraced former premier Brian Burke in charge of economic policy.