The Sydney Morning Herald Top agents from McGrath Estate Agents set to start new real estate firm 2016-10-26T05:51:51.000000Z The softer market has triggered a city-wide game of musical chairs for real estate agents. Farmer takes fight to stop Western Highway project to Supreme Court 2016-10-26T05:51:28.000000Z It's a Supreme Court case with echoes of The Castle: a sheep farmer in Victoria's west has taken on the combined authority of VicRoads and state planning minister Richard Wynne. 'Shocking failures' in child protection for Aboriginal kids: report 2016-10-26T05:51:02.000000Z Lucy was a baby when she drew the attention of child protection authorities and tragedy has marred her life ever since. Mixed reviews after design release for Eagles' new Lathlain Park headquarters 2016-10-26T05:50:01.000000Z Some say it looks good; others that it looks like three Bunnings buildings stacked atop each other. Swisse and CSIRO sign multimillion-dollar research deal 2016-10-26T05:49:53.000000Z Herbal supplement giant Swisse Wellness has signed a multi-million dollar, three-year research deal with the country's peak scientific organisation - to investigate its own product claims. Freo marriage equality mural defaced for fourth time in year 2016-10-26T05:48:33.000000Z "We don't know who keeps on defacing the mural, but it has a protective coating on it, so hopefully they will just get bored soon. We are just going to keep rising above it." One-sided political competitions and how to end them 2016-10-26T05:47:59.000000Z The return of the ACT Labor government for a fifth straight term has raised some big questions, not just because it was another Labor-Green win, but because it took place in circumstances which suggested a likely Liberal victory. Labor has now been in office since 2001. The broader question of wheth... Kids clothing retailer Pumpkin Patch appoints administrators 2016-10-26T05:47:31.000000Z Children's clothing retailer Pumpkin Patch has been tipped into receivership by its lenders and has appointed voluntary administrators after failing to reinvent itself in the face of shrinking sales and too much debt. Perth man's letter defending Bob Dylan 50 years ago featured in new album 2016-10-26T05:47:31.000000Z "It was a new style of songwriting and a new style of music and the establishment didn't like it. So it was a concerted effort by the establishment to rubbish him." Markets Live: Wesfarmers falls most since GFC 2016-10-26T05:46:55.000000Z The ASX 200 hit a five-week low with Wesfarmers a low-light amid a broad sell-off, while the Aussie jumped on inflation data.