The day's burning issues as seen through the eyes of the Herald's editorial cartoonist.
The staff at the Australian Reptile park collect alligator eggs to ensure their safety.
Geoffrey Edelsten's bid to sell off his luxury Gold Coast penthouse just days after declaring bankruptcy has been blocked at the last minute by a US court.
For the second time in two days Australian businessman Marcus Lee is scheduled to fly out of Dubai, this time accompanied to the airport by Australian consular officials to smooth the way.
Australian Marcus Lee - twice cleared of fraud charges in Dubai - has been refused permission to board an aircraft with his wife to return to Sydney, a final insult after a five-year battle to clear his name.
The Abbott government is on a collision course with Jakarta over boat turnbacks with Indonesia demanding an immediate halt to Canberra's tough border protection policies after navy and Customs ships repeatedly breached Indonesian waters.
As searing temperatures swept across the country this week, Australians got a strong indication of summers to come. Peter Hannam asks if we are prepared for hotter days.
Mark Dapin chats with a developer with surprising political ambitions.
A chance discovery of a sketch from the 16th century has threatened to overturn Australia's European history.
It is a tale of misspent Australian youth: a young cricket fan starts recording the odd televised cricket match, and then he begins to tape every game on TV. Soon, he starts washing cars, and delivering newspapers, doing anything to buy more tapes for his hobby.
Penrith is best
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A WOMAN died in a house fire in Anakai Drive, Jamisontown early on Friday morning.