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Deborah Gough A driver has mowed through a pedestrian mall, knocking down all in his path, including a toddler's stroller, in an inner northern suburb.
Heath Aston The Reserve Bank has been urged to examine potential anti-competitive behaviour in the emerging card-free payments market amid claims the banks have frozen out newcomer Apple Pay.
Mark Russell Supreme Court allows disgraced former AFL player agent to publish his book, 'Ricky Nixon — My Side', which details their relationship.
Daniel Flitton Bright headscarves and shy smiles, these Muslim mothers stand on the new frontline of Australia's online battle against the violent and ideological extremists of Islamic State.
David Wroe "Let's be realistic. Not many people are going to ring up the [national security] hotline and dob in a son."
A week in photos from award-winning Sydney Morning Herald photographers.
Tony Wright The Senate has rejected the government's proposed Shipping Legislation Amendment Bill which would have allowed foreign flagged ships paying third-world wages to undercut Australian-flagged ships on the domestic cargo trade.
Josh Gordon, State Political Editor If Daniel Andrews learnt anything from the Abbott, Napthine and Baillieu governments, it is that voters want results, not navel gazing; they want a sensible discussion, not ideology. Above all, they want competence, not chaos.
Esther Han The "plastic bag and tape" fix applied to at least 63,300 faulty Samsung washing machines has been slammed by an expert as "deficient".