A category 2 cyclone off Western Australia's Kimberley coast was expected to intensify.
Dan Harrison A preference system that can be gamed and an electoral administration that loses ballot boxes.
Paul Bibby COURTS
John Thistleton A kayaker who encountered hell and heaven on the high seas around Australia has been named the adventurer of the year.
Esther Han Larger households that use gas for cooking, hot water and heating will be hit with a yearly bill increase of up to $435 in the eastern states, the Grattan Institute said.
Rachel Olding An Australian mother and father who lost their three children in the MH17 plane crash have pleaded for the "pointless war" in rebel-held Ukraine to stop as the bodies of their children were brought...
Police in Uganda have arrested a man they suspect of supplying fake drugs to an Australian mine worker who collapsed and died in his hotel room.
Chris Shanahan Tasting wines from Castro and Xanadu.
Two men in an inflatable have reportedly survived a shark attack off the southwest coast of Western Australia.
Heath Aston There have been at least 30 attacks against Muslims – mainly women wearing the hijab – in the three weeks since the police anti-terror raids and threats by Islamic State put relations...
Investigators hunting for the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are set to scan the ocean floor in waters as much as 6.4 kilometres deep in the southern Indian Ocean.
The death of 174 sheep on an export cargo plane due to a ventilation failure is being investigated by Singapore Airlines.
Craig Mathieson Melbourne rock trio the Peep Tempel delve into a disappearing vernacular in their new album.
Julia May Older people are especially vulnerable to online dating scams yet in Australia there is little support for victims, reports Julia May.
Claire Stewart This year’s 100 Women of Influence winners represent a wide cross-section of business and community life across Australia, writes Claire Stewart.
Greg Pemberton A grandmother tells of terrible thrashings, recalling leather belts and canes.
Andrew Masterson The debate about animal ethics has increased markedly over the past decade, but its core questions are beyond the reach of science, writes Andrew Masterson.
Paul Bibby An Australian navy technician has described screaming at his crewmates to stop as they allegedly bound his wrists and ankles and raped him with a rubber chicken during a "farewell ritual" on a navy...
Paul Bibby Two Australian navy technicians have pleaded guilty to hog-tying one of their colleagues and smearing a mix of Deep Heat and Vegemite on his buttocks during a "farewell ceremony" to mark the victim's...
Louise Hall A young male sailor was allegedly hog-tied, raped, assaulted with a rubber chicken and smeared with Vegemite and deep heat on his buttocks and genitals by a group of able seamen as part of a...