Lindsay Murdoch, Saffron Howden 4:27pm The health of a critically unwell baby who was abandoned by his Australian parents in Thailand has deteriorated, even as Australians donated more than $50,000 for his medical treatment.
Caelainn Hogan and Megan Levy 3:54pm If you were at an increased risk of becoming suicidal, would you want to know?
ALEISHA ORR 2:24pm An infectious diseases expert says the threat of an ebola outbreak in Western Australia is “very, very small”.
Deborah Gough 12:32pm Can you be relied on in a crisis?
BEN POBJIE Miss Marple is quite an insistent little biddy. Not content with pottering about in the seemingly insoluble conundrums to which her maker assigned her, she has of late taken to sticking her nose into Agatha Christie stories the author never even put her in.
12:59am New research shows divorces are more costly for Australian women than for men, and for longer periods, too.
Michael Shmith 12:15am PRECEDE: The 100th birthday of the late great Melbourne photographer Athol Shmith falls in August. Michael Shmith revisits his father’s memorable body of work.
LINDSAY MURDOCH 10:37am Gammy, a six-month-old baby abandoned by his Australian parents, could die because his impoverished Thai surrogate mother cannot pay for medical treatment for his congenital heart condition.
Bronwyn Thompson 11:45pm From the retro appeal of Baby Animals to the divine Clare Bowditch, we have your night out covered.
CRAIG MATHIESON 11:45pm A time-travel movie shot on a straightened budget shot here in Australia is well worth seeing, reports Craig Mathieson.
Patrick Emery 11:45pm The artist hits the ''life can be so hard'' button with his songs. By Patrick Emery.
Kate Hennessy 11:45pm LA hip hop gets down and dirty in the lyrics, though it is the beats that shine.
8:31pm CANBERRA, July 31 AAP - Australians travelling to West African nations reeling from an Ebola virus outbreak are being warned there's little the federal government can do if they run into trouble.
EMMA PARTRIDGE 1:42pm An alleged killer made a chilling phone call from a quiet country town nestled on the banks of the Murray River in 1989.
11:29am Australians are being warned not to travel to African countries experiencing the world’s worst outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus, as the federal government steps up its efforts to prevent the disease arriving here.
Ed Jackson Craig Lowndes needs points to re-ignite his V8 Supercars championship tilt so it's just as well this weekend's event is at a track he's won at 11 times.
JULIA MEDEW Customs officers are looking out for sick people in Australian airports who could be carrying Ebola as fear mounts about the world’s largest outbreak of the deadly disease.
Millions of welfare recipients could be told what they can and can't buy if the federal government accepts a new plan.
Clancy Yeates and Jonathan Shapiro Australia's big banks are fuelling their hot competition in the home loan market by ramping up their use of cheap global financing, raising $125 billion on wholesale funding markets in the last financial year.
James Massola, Latika Bourke Russia has called for a second United Nations Security Council resolution before Australian and international armed forces are allowed on the ground to support efforts to retrieve the dead and investigate how Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was brought down.
Sydney jihadist photographed with decapitated heads taunts police and threatens ‘surprise’ after warrant issued
TOM ALLARD The Sydney man photographed apparently holding the heads of decapitated rivals in Syria has scoffed that he will be arrested if he returns to Australia, saying he was not coming back even as he suggested that a terrorist plot was afoot here.
RACHEL OLDING It was a storm that had been brewing for years, and many feared it would one day end in violence.
ANNA PATTY Health Services Union whistleblower Kathy Jackson has admitted to using funds from a union slush fund to write her former husband a cheque for $50,000.
A terminally ill South Australian man who ran for the senate for the Voluntary Euthanasia Party has taken his life in a Glenelg motel room, says campaigner Philip Nitschke.
MEX COOPER Social media users could land themselves in legal hot water if they decide to share Wikileaks' reporting of a secret supression order made by the Victorian Supreme Court.
LUCY CORMACK Australian cricketing great Brett Lee has said any suggestion that he does not support human rights is "totally wrong".
Philip Dorling WikiLeaks has struck again, releasing the text of a secret court order that cannot be published in Australia.
Dan Harrison, Anna Patty Young job seekers denied unemployment benefits could be forced to turn to crime or sex work to survive, employment services providers have warned.
SARAH WHYTE A group of Catholic and Anglican church leaders have accused the Abbott government of ''state-sanctioned child abuse'' in the immigration detention system, and called for Immigration Minister Scott Morrison to step down from his position as guardian for all unaccompanied minors.