The head of the federal government's Australian Border Force has left active duty following an external investigation.
Latika Bourke is a reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age based in London. She has previously worked for Fairfax Media, the ABC and 2UE in Canberra. Latika won the Walkley Award for Young Australian Journalist of the Year in 2010.
The Australian Christian Lobby says a 'car bomb' rammed and 'exploded' at its headquarters in Canberra.
Speaking from Rome where he is based at the Vatican, Cardinal Pell said he refused to be put to a "trial by media" and said the ABC had "no licence" to destroy his reputation.
One of Australia's top diplomats says the Nice attack shows why its critical travellers register their travel details before taking off.
An Australian couple feared the Bastille Day attack truck, which halted in front of their hotel, would be a bomb.
Australia's High Commissioner to Britain says Australians should be able to travel freely to the United Kingdom, in comments that will be interpreted as veiled support for those campaigning for Britain to leave the European Union.
One of Australia's most successful politicians has been appointed to advise the new Mayor of London.
Cabinet Minister Steve Ciobo brushes aside criticism of ex-Green's appointment to one of Australian bureaucracy's highest positions.
Ali Elamine's behaviour in negotiations over his half-Australian children led one person to describe him as "pretty face, ugly heart".
"I am shocked." ABC recoils at news two of its top journalists will be charged in Malaysia.