News Schapelle Corby a free woman 2017-05-27T11:41:36.000000000+00:00 In frenzied scenes the former beauty student emerged from the Kuta villa that has been her home for three years as a black, window-tinted car pulled up to transport her to freedom. Bodies of missing Benalla mother and daughter found 2017-05-27T11:33:32.000000000+00:00 The week-long search for a mother and daughter missing from Benalla in Victoria's north east has come to a grim end. State Parliament beholden to government and starved of cash: Report 2017-05-27T11:30:37.000000000+00:00 Victoria's Parliament risks becoming a "flawed branch of democracy" because it remains beholden to the state government and is being starved of funding. Monaco Grand Prix 2017: Sebastian Vettel in smashing form as Daniel Ricciardo struggles 2017-05-27T11:30:01.000000000+00:00 Ferrari driver and Formula One championship leader Sebastian Vettel has obliterated his own lap record at the circuit de Monaco in Saturday morning practice to again be the fastest man on track ahead of afternoon qualifying. Paul Gallen inspires Cronulla Sharks comeback as premiers sink Canterbury Bulldogs 2017-05-27T11:20:45.000000000+00:00 NRL dead during State of Origin? Don't tell Paul Gallen, who lifted the Sharks to a stirring one-point win at a time when he's usually in State of Origin camp. Northcote house sells for almost $3 million at auction, $770,000 over reserve 2017-05-27T11:17:53.000000000+00:00 A Northcote house rocketed almost $800,000 over reserve at auction after a flurry of bidding pushed the price to almost $3m. Yarraville house in the same family for 100 years soars $340,000 over reserve 2017-05-27T11:16:28.000000000+00:00 When Elaine Sanderson moved into her Yarraville home, it was near paddocks with sheep and cows and a factory across the road. Collapse a warning for struggling TAFE 2017-05-27T11:14:21.000000000+00:00 The Andrews government should conduct an overarching review of the TAFE system in Victoria and needs to urgently sort out ministerial oversight for training and skills. Inspirational Nathan Jones leads Melbourne to comeback win over Gold Coast 2017-05-27T11:11:23.000000000+00:00 From the first goal of this match – scrounged out of the goal square by the Gold Coast's Sean Lemmens, the ball bouncing straight off the goal umpire's noggin – this was a scrappy match played in spectacular surroundings. Super Rugby 2017: Waratahs' season on life support after 44-28 loss to Highlanders 2017-05-27T11:09:59.000000000+00:00 The NSW Waratahs' season is on life support after they squandered a half-time lead to go down 44-28 to the Highlanders in Dunedin on Saturday evening.