Michael Idato "We were hoping to not finish last because that would have been a bit embarrassing. Top 10 we thought was going to be amazing. To go top five, we're pumped."
Amy Corderoy Police are appealing for information about an attack in Western Sydney on Saturday in which a motorcyclist is alleged to have attacked a cyclist.
Amy Corderoy A man was dropped off at Bankstown Hospital overnight with a gunshot wound that had shattered two bones in his leg, NSW Police said.
Alexandra Smith Some schools projected to enrol more than twice as many students as they have space for within four years.
Louise Hall and Eamonn Duff The first two week-block begins on Monday and will focus on gunman Man Haron Monis and his background.
Eamonn Duff A Sydney council has launched legal action to close an underground brothel. To win, it not only has to prove that sex is being sold on the premises - but lots of it.
John Elder "Follow your dreams" may be a hackneyed cliche but a realistic outlook will keep your life interesting.
Mark Hawthorne, Chris Vedelago The former Australian boss of automotive giant Fiat Chrysler, Clyde Campbell, has been accused of misappropriating and misusing more than $30 million in company money to fund an extravagant lifestyle for his family and business associates.
Mark Hawthorne SHANE WARNE AND LIZ HURLEY CARS It is alleged that a company called Motortrak arranged for a Chrysler car to be provided to Shane Warne in September and October 2013 at Clyde Campbell's request. It is alleged Campbell not only had an interest in Motortrak, his wife Simone is a former director. Motortrak also invoiced Fiat Chrysler Australia for the purchase of Jeep and Chrysler cars for "the use of Shane Warne, Elizabeth Hurley, Harry Kewell and Sheree Kewell as ambassadors for the brand" in Britain. Invoices for "vehicles supplied to these individuals did not accurately describe the transaction but purported to be invoices issued by Motortrak in the course of its usual business". Fiat Chrysler also claims "cars were provided to three celebrity ambassadors in the United Kingdom without any evidence of written contracts" and despite the fact the company had "no commercial presence in the country".