A woman has been charged with the attempted murder of her newborn son who was allegedly abandoned in a drain.
The baby, who is only days old, was discovered inside the drain by a group of cyclists in a Sydney suburb on Sunday - five days after he was allegedly placed there.
He is said to be in a serious but stable condition at a children's hospital.
The 30-year-old woman is due to appear at Penrith Local Court on Friday.
A pair of cyclists made the shocking discovery of a baby at the bottom of a drain in Australia.Read the full story ›
US President Barack Obama says Russia has "the opportunity to take a different path" over Ukraine but until it does the West will continue to keep it economically isolated.
Mr Obama insisted that the world does not want to keep punishing Russia but a clear message had to be sent over its actions in Ukraine which he said were a violation of international law.
Prime Minister David Cameron says Western leaders have agreed to "keep up the pressure on Russia" in relation to its "destabilising" actions in Ukraine.
Speaking at the G20 summit after meeting European leaders and US President Barack Obama to discuss the crisis, Mr Cameron said sanctions against Russia are necessary despite the costs to avoid a "frozen conflict on the continent of Europe."
Russian President Vladimir Putin flew out of the G20 summit in Brisbane before the leaders' lunch, telling a press conference he needed to get home and get some sleep before work on Monday morning.
Mr Putin said Ukraine had not been mentioned during the official sessions of the G20, but had dominated bilateral discussions with other leaders.
The Russian leader described his talks on Ukraine with European leaders as "very frank, very substantive and, I think, helpful".
He added: "I think we were able to get to a point where we understand each other better. We have our motives and I think that our partners were able to express their concerns to me. I think this will help us."
The leaders of the United States, Japan and Australia have vowed to oppose Russian efforts to destabilise eastern Ukraine during a rare trilateral meeting held at the G20 summit in Brisbane.
President Barack Obama, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said they would oppose "Russia's purported annexation of Crimea and its actions to destabilise eastern Ukraine," and were committed to "bringing to justice those responsible for the downing of Flight MH17."
David Cameron is set to join other EU leaders in talks with US President Barack Obama to discuss a co-ordinated Western response to continued Russian destabilisation of Ukraine.
Tensions over Ukraine have dominated a two-day summit of the G20 group of leading economies in Australia.
The Kremlin has denied reports that the Russian president was aiming to to duck out of the Brisbane summit early and miss the official lunch that winds up the two-day gathering.
On Monday EU foreign ministers are due to meet in Brussels to discuss possible further sanctions.
Russian President Vladimir Putin was unceremoniously warned today to stop de-stabilising Ukraine or face tough new sanctions.
David Cameron, President Obama and a host of other world leaders lined-up to condemn what they called Russia's "aggressive military intervention".
ITV News' Diplomatic Correspondent John Ray reports:
Vladimir Putin has warned world leaders that sanctions against Russia could backfire and affect neighbouring economies.
Russia's president said cutting his country's access to markets would impact upon Western exports and suggested it may lead to Russian banks demanding multibillion pound loans were repaid by the Ukraine.
Putin's comments were aired today in an interview with German broadcasters ARD.
David Cameron warned Vladimir Putin he faces a "fork in the road" over his future relationship with western nations following his role in the Ukraine crisis.
In a different reading of the pair's private discussion to that offered by the Kremlin, Downing Street said a "robust exchange" had seen the Prime Minister tell Putin he must observe September's peace agreement or risk facing further sanctions.
European leaders are to discuss the situation in Ukraine with US President Barack Obama tomorrow, and EU finance ministers will meet on Monday to consider the case for extending sanctions.