Major landmarks in the British capital gradually reopened on Thursday afternoon and life began to return to normal, the day after a lone attacker descended on Westminster, killing three and injuring 40 more.
Nick Miller London: A mother on her way to collect her two daughters from school was killed during Wednesday's terror attack in Westminster.
Nick Miller British police have made seven arrests and searched six addresses after an attack near parliament which left five people dead and 29 injured.
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.
Peter Martin In the last 12 months 82,800 Australians have moved to Victoria from interstate, around 500 carloads a week.
Latika Bourke "If police tell you to run, run." The officer's chilling instruction rang out across the quadrangle in the Commons below Big Ben.
Adam Carey, Daniel Flitton Can cities be terror-proofed against a spate of vehicle-ramming attacks?
Megan Levy A British politician whose brother died in the Bali bombings in 2002 desperately attempted to resuscitate a critically injured police officer who was stabbed in a terrorist attack outside the Houses of Parliament in the heart of London.
Eryk Bagshaw, James Massola New study from the University of Adelaide has found that after accounting for house prices, suburbs in Adelaide with shared home ownership schemes have 8 per cent higher levels of home ownership than near identical suburbs in NSW and Victoria
Adam Gartrell, Political Correspondent "I get a travel allowance, others get penalty rates - it's part of the package."