When your instincts tell you something is wrong this is how to respond.
Peter Martin Anyone who doubts that the Northern Territory is different should look at the number of police per 100,000 residents.
Matthew Raggatt Western governments have established the international norm of online hacking and should not be surprised when foreign governments do the same.
Kieran Gair There is 'no hesitation' to brief Donald Trump over sensitive and highly classified national security issues, the director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper Jr has said.
Neelima Choahan There are three confirmed fatalities after a shooting in Seattle in the US state of Washington.
Latika Bourke One of the self-styled "child retrieval experts" who helped carry out the 60 Minutes child abduction in Lebanon says the operation went perfectly until it was "botched by an evil person."
Tess Ikonomou Biswajit Banik and his wife Sarmin Sayeed knew it wasn't easy raising a child with autism, but were happy doing it in Australia after moving from Bangladesh in 2007.
Damien Murphy The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights says conventions on the rights of the child and torture may have been breached by bashings and torture in the Don Dale Youth Detention Centre.
Michael Koziol Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull accurately reflected the mood of the federal Cabinet when he rejected Kevin Rudd's bid to lead the United Nations, according to deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce.
Nick Ralston From the outside they appeared to be two parents dedicated to doing everything they could to help their children achieve their Olympic dreams.
Joel Sheiles, now 41, was last seen in Busby in 2014.
A planned funding cut to community legal centres will have a ripple effect on the community.
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