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Australia's worst serial killer had written to the NSW government demanding the state pay for his funeral. Downplaying incidents, staying silent and not outing the culprits is what most of us do. Despite policies and MeToo, there are complex reasons why sexual harassment has not gone away. The number of rescued koalas from fire-hit regions around Port Macquarie has jumped to The problem with Sydney's night life is far deeper than the lockout laws which were designed to curb violence on our streets.

The Liberal state council in Sydney endorsed Mr Molan over his closest rival, insurance industry lobbyist Richard Shields. The Minerals Council of Australia, has backed proposed changes to a controversial industrial relations bill that would see union officials and unions that breach workplace laws accrue penalty points. Retired baker Chau Van Kham has had minimal access to legal support since his arrest 10 months ago. Time on the show was tough, dark horses say, leaving them upset and thinking they would leave empty-handed.

Now they're smiling all the way to the bank. Queensland newlyweds win the biggest prize money on The Block in three seasons in a stunning auction that shocked nearly everyone. While most reality programs go for tears and tantrums, this ABC series — starring people on the autism spectrum — takes a different tack. The security guard David Fifita allegedly assaulted has signed a peace agreement that could see the Broncos star released from a Bali jail as soon as Sunday night.

Tabcorp and racing regulators discuss merging tote betting into one National pool. Louzada hit seven of his 11 long-range attempts on Sunday at Qudos Bank Arena, including three in a row in a stunning third-quarter burst.

Ford driver Scott McLaughlin has secured the Supercars championship on the same day he had been penalised for an engine rule breach at the Bathurst Cate Campbell has become Australian swimming's biggest money earner in a single year after a clean sweep of her sprint events at the World Cup series finale. Tributes are flowing for the popular Victorian after his shock death sent the Australian boxing community into mourning on Saturday. Social media and voices that used to be unheard are now out in the public domain and have left sports stars and administrators paralysed.

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Veterinary scientist Rachael Gray and her team are conducting a trial at Seal Bay, Kangaroo Island, with a topical treatment that could help the endangered species' population recover. More news See more.

How healthy is your meal kit meal? Popular commercial meal kit subscription services assessed for nutritional quality were found to provide adequate serves of core foods such as vegetables - but there was room to improve to meet dietary guidelines. Second cohort of Robinson Fellows announced The second cohort of researchers to receive a four-year fellowship named after the University of Sydney's first Nobel Prize winner has been announced.