The Westminster attacker Khalid Masood was born Adrian Russell Ajao and was from Dartford in Kent but took on a number of aliases before his murderous rampage targeting Britain's parliament this week.
Adele Ferguson Extortion, blackmail, cash back scams and slavery are happening every day under our noses.
Catherine Armitage The little party Olivia Gillen threw last year is part of a $2.5 billion-plus problem for Australia's television networks.
Georgina Robinson The Australian Rugby Union is set to announce its best financial results in a decade - outside a British and Irish Lions tour - at the same time under-fire Super Rugby clubs continue to be buffeted by uncertainty over the future of the competition.
Andrew Wu Australia's bid for a series win for the ages in India is about to be given a massive shot in the arm with India's inspirational captain Virat Kohli in extreme doubt to play in the fourth Test on Saturday.
Andrew Wu DHARAMSALA: What would you say if you were to meet the Dalai Lama? Some might ask for the path to nirvana, or why poor people seem happier than the rich. Steve Smith asked for the secrets to a good night's sleep.
David Wroe, National security correspondent Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne has cited the uncertainty about Donald Trump's foreign policy as one reason why Australia needs to bolster its home-grown defence industry.
Mark Kenny National Affairs Editor Local beef producers have won unfettered access to the giant Chinese domestic market for the first time, in a commercial breakthrough that gives Australia a unique level of entree denied to all other countries until now. But the resolution of Australia's beef over beef exports came with a gentle reminder to Canberra, and other regional neighbours, that China will not back down on the South China Sea and regards its outposts in international waters as its sovereign territory.
Latika Bourke and Nick Miller The Westminster attacker was British-born and previously investigated by Britain's spy agency MI5 "some years ago" for violent extremism, Prime Minister Theresa May has revealed.
Michael Pascoe Sydney has been our clear fly-in-fly-out capital ever since the resources investment boom peaked, but it's ramping up to a new level.