Was Jack Silvagni's AFL debut against Collingwood on election day planned for some time or will this go down as one of the great coincidences in footy?
Three young Melbourne sisters have been missing since Tuesday, with police asking for public help to find them.
Secret board meetings, breaches of legislation, and unfair price rises at Rookwood cemetery will see the largest necropolis in the Southern Hemisphere undergo another major shakeup.
Boris Johnson has withdrawn from the race to be the next British prime minister, less than a week after leading the Leave campaign to victory.
The possibility that women could lead the United States, Britain and Germany at the same time is now a very real one.
The tantalising power of low interest rates gave sharemarkets a boost late in the week, although the ASX didn't quite recover its post-Brexit losses.
Judge blasts building union's "notorious" record of violating workplace law as he fines it $180,000 for illegally blockading a work site.
The Waratahs say there will be no post-June Test series hangover for their Wallabies stars who are fit and raring to go with a bonus point firmly in their sights against the Sunwolves in Tokyo.
A truck has rolled on the Princes Freeway in Melbourne's outer south east leaving one outbound lane closed.
Telstra is calling its major enterprise and business customers to apologise for its disastrously-timed network outage.
The lawyer representing Semi Radradra's former partner says he is "disappointed" the NRL is yet to reach out to check on the welfare of his client.
Sydney are bracing for star forward Lance Franklin to be double teamed by the Western Bulldogs' defence when the Swans play for top spot on Saturday.
Brexit might mean Australian businesses moving their European HQs from London to Frankfurt, Brussels, Paris or Dublin. This mini-phrasebook might well come in handy
A WA police spokeswoman told WAtoday: "Should police receive a formal complaint from a member of the public, that complaint will be investigated."
Footage has emerged of an unsolved crime earlier this month, in which thieves rammed a stolen ute into the front of a Narrogin supermarket then set fire to it.
Miners lead broad ASX rally over the week, while banks drag on Friday.
A pedestrian is fighting for his life after being hit by an out-of-control bus on Sydney's north shore.
A measles alert has been issued after a Victorian woman who travelled on a Jetstar flight from Melbourne to Brisbane was diagnosed with the highly-contagious disease.
Mesoblast has tapped into a fresh vein of capital, this time some of Melbourne's high net worth families for up to $120 million
Our Kind of Traitor is the latest thriller to hit the big screen.
Department store says 'no decision has been made' after Telstra's outage dampened EOFY sales.
Senior Rabbitohs are taking it upon themselves to be held more accountable for the side's form this year, according to Sam Burgess.
Two men have been extradited from Queanbeyan to Canberra in relation to an aggravated robbery at the Australia Post store in Fyshwick.
A man has been arrested in the NSW Illawarra region over the 2011 death of Balkan crime figure Saso Ristevski.
Global car giant Nissan will terminate its sponsorship deal with The Footy Show at the end of the 2016 AFL season in the wake Sam Newman's scathing rebuke of Age journalist Caroline Wilson.
A serious crash has closed a major artery south of Perth on Friday afternoon.
While an abundance of list management decisions are facing Richmond in the coming months, Kane Lambert is very likely to be at the club next year.
Most superannuation accounts will have staggered, exhausted to the end of the 2016 financial year with a slightly positive result.
Police are investigating after a man's body was found in the water in Fremantle on Friday.
Had Shane Biggs' AFL career ended when he left Sydney, he would most likely have been remembered in the decades to come as the next Swan to wear the number 46 after Tony Lockett. But if his recent form is any guide, it won't be long before he becomes more than just an answer to a piece of trivia.
Why Vladimir Putin is hurting farmers more than $1 milk.
This should be Shane Flanagan's moment to walk in, shoulders back, chest out and explain how a club the butt of many jokes is on the cusp of achieving something it's never done in 50 years of trying. But then there is Parramatta.
With investors betting on an August cut, here are 10 stocks that will benefit.
Workers at the Chevron Gorgon project, on Barrow Island off the Pilbara coast were evacuated because of a gas leak on Friday.
Raiders back Shaun Fensom as Ricky Stuart reveals he's uncomfortable leaving a "legend" out of his team.
Western Australia hasn't been a happy hunting ground for federal Labor for more than 20 years, but that could change come Saturday.
Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson says he would "definitely" be interested in poaching Jarryd Hayne and believes it would be in the ARU's best interests to bring a player of his profile to rugby.
A 13-year-old girl from Melbourne's outer sour east has been charged with carjacking and other offences.
As Fatima Elomar made her final preparations before leaving Australia and join her husband in Syria, she wrote to him: "It's going to be a thrill ride innit."
Three men accused of scamming insurance companies out of more than $323,000 have faced court.
A Palestinian teenager scrambled over a fence, ran into a house and stabbed an Israeli-American girl to death as she slept.
Injury-plagued Hawthorn midfielder Alex Woodward has been confirmed to make his long-awaited return from a third knee reconstruction, playing a half of a VFL development league match against the Northern Blues on Sunday.
The teenager was stuck on the cliff for over an hour.
Parramatta will disregard advice from the NRL not to play Semi Radradra on Saturday night, opting to stand by their embattled winger despite domestic violence charges hanging over his head.
Gaming Minister denies claim by Clubs ACT that moves were in motion to legislate for pokies in the casino next month.
A famously sweet Perth mummy 'vlogger', sick of being told her long-haired boys look girlish, has shown the general public her sharper side with the open letter, "Little Boys' hair 101."
Telstra's network outages are no longer just a problem for customers, they've become a real problem for the company.
BHP Billiton has suffered a fresh setback in Brazil, after a court overturned a crucial agreement the miner had struck with the Brazilian government
In true Quizlander fashion, this week's quiz has very little to do with politics. You'll have enough of that on Saturday.
Airlines, politicians, and big business have all been affected by major Telstra internet network problems, two days out from the election.