Chaos reigned at the end of the Academy Awards before Moonlight was eventually named winner of best picture.
James Massola, Chief Political Reporter Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has delivered a stinging rebuke to his predecessor, Tony Abbott, accusing the former prime minister of deliberately sabotaging the government to do maximum damage to the Coalition's standing in the polls.
Eryk Bagshaw Company profits have surged to record highs at the same time wages suffered their sharpest decline in eight years.
Greg Baum The first ball Virat Kohli faced as captain of India was from Mitch Johnson at the Adelaide Oval, and it hit him in the head. That was less than two weeks after the death of Phil Hughes, and it sent an alarmed shiver down every spine, not least Johnson's.
Elizabeth Knight, Patrick Hatch Insurance giant QBE's chief executive, John Neal, has suffered a $550,000 cut to his bonus for not disclosing a romantic relationship with his executive assistant.
Craig Platt When first discovered, these islands were considered hell on earth. Centuries later, they're now recognised as a unique paradise.
Adam Morton The Clean Energy Finance Corporation has received an email requesting a loan for a 900 megawatt coal plant with carbon capture and storage.
Adam Gartrell, Political correspondent New board member has taken aim at "inner-city smashed avocado eaters" for unfairly targeting coal and the minerals industry.
Caden Helmers Jason Behrendorff is still trying to process what has transpired over a "whirlwind" couple of days.
Mark Kenny, national affairs editor The PM would do well to concede, even if it only in private, that there's more to his problem than Tony Abbott's sniping.