A teenager has died while competing in the Sydney International Horse Trials on Saturday.
An Australian teenager has died in Bali after crashing a scooter inside the basement of a hotel, local police say.
Common sense was quickly lost in the chaos of the Launceston siren debacle, as Martin Blake recounts
Tony Abbott has told his local constituents he's still got a "fire in the belly".
A man who was found with plaques commemorating ex-servicemen and children stolen from Mandurah cemetery was released on a community-based order on Friday
Two men smashed the window of a car stopped at a Surfers Paradise intersection at 4am on Saturday and threatened the driver with a knife before robbing him.
A Canberra man who allegedly threatened to kill his parents and broke their front door has been granted bail.
Young Indian women are turning an old slave job into a job and lifestyle to be proud of.
The Andrews government is planning to privatise more state-owned assets to help pay for billions of dollars' worth of road and rail projects over the next decade – but won't say which ones could be sold off.
Plans to electronically track Victoria's most violent offenders for life have come under question after victims' advocates and the government's own research conceded the technology is not always reliable.
Google has lodged a patent design in the US for a smart lens intended to correct poor vision.
Navarre is a blink-and-you-miss-it kind of town.
A booze bandit who robbed two bottle shops has been arrested and charged after a member of the public gave police his rego details.
A 14-month investigation into the supply of the party drug fantasy on the Gold Coast has resulted in police seizures of $100,000 worth of the drug.
For a few moments at the White House on Friday, The West Wing TV series came back to life before the now legendary White House Correspondents' Dinner on Saturday.
A deadly US air strike in Afghanistan last year that destroyed a hospital run by Doctors Without Borders did not amount to a war crime but was caused by human error, equipment failure and other factors, a US military report released on Friday concluded.
A long battle over medical care for a young Perth boy with autism has resulted in the government removing him and his sister from the foster mother who has cared for them for seven years.
Obese people face a vicious spiral of inactivity, leading to chronic pain, and pain-relieving drugs that cause weight to rise, an international expert will warn Australian anaesthetists.
Track all the action for Saturday's AFL matches. First up Adelaide host the down-and-out Fremantle Dockers.
Maryborough wants its world record for the biggest pub crawl back.
A book labelled "pornographic" by a parent of a year six student in the South West of WA has been pulled from a primary school curriculum after she complained about its erotic nature.
Emerging Western Bulldogs star Marcus Bontempelli has slammed North Melbourne forward Lindsay Thomas after the Kangaroos goalsneak's crude coathanger on Bulldog Lachie Hunter on Friday night.
Craft makers share their product and their journey.
Former Fremantle Dockers Coach Chris Connolly has reignited calls for the Grand Final to be hosted around the country claiming this year's showpiece should have been held in Perth.
A six-storey building collapsed in Kenya's capital late on Friday, killing at least three people, and trapping many others.
Hundreds of Bondi residents crowded into the public gallery at 8am to protest against Waverley Council's decision last week to apply for a development application for a $38 million upgrade of Bondi Pavilion.
A Louisiana man walked free from the state's notorious Angola prison late on Friday after serving 41 years of an unconstitutional life sentence.
Last week Melbourne recorded back-to-back wins for the first time in the same season for quite some time. What about three wins on the trot?
Frail aged care residents could be forced to wait for hours or days for pain relief or to have a catheter changed.
The Fremantle Traffic Bridge has been closed amid fears that erosion has left it unstable and, potentially, at risk of collapse.
China has denied a request for a US carrier strike group led by the USS John C. Stennis to visit to Hong Kong.
A Canberra man has been taken to hospital in a critical condition following a serious crash in Goulburn.
A helicopter with 13 people on board has been completely destroyed after crashing off the west coast of Norway, with no survivors yet found.
Police have charged a man with the murder of a Chinese international student whose body was discovered in discovered floating face down in a blowhole on the NSW central coast last weekend.
Machete and metal pole used in early-morning Queanbeyan robbery
Police have called for witnesses to come forward after a hit and run driver crashed into a cyclist leaving him with a fractured spine.
At least one confrontation with a Trump supporter turned bloody, and other protesters threw rocks and beer bottles while chanting anti-Trump slogans.
"He was friendly, kind and he used to joke a lot with the whole staff. He was the loveliest doctor in our hospital," a colleague said.
A Melbourne man who allegedly murdered his mother is suffering from depression, a court has heard.
Two drivers have been flown to hospital with life-threatening injuries after a two-car crash at Cranbourne.
Police are investigating after two people were robbed at gunpoint at the Erindale Leisure Centre.
We're eating healthier than ever - but we are still making one enormous mistake.
One of the physics world's most complex machines has been immobilised - temporarily - by a weasel.
Colin Lokey, also known as 'Tyler Durden', is breaking the first rule of Fight Club: You do not talk about Fight Club.
A man, aged in his 30s, has been arrested after allegedly barricading himself inside a Moonee Ponds chemist.
Two university students being sued for allegedly racist Facebook posts have launched a complaint of their own, claiming the Human Rights Commission discriminated against them because they were white heterosexual males.
The standing joke about French submarines used to be that they were as noisy as Britain's 19th century Great Western Railway.
Drought and climate change have already had an impact, and worse is to come.
Police confiscated a weapons cache allegedly belonging to a patched member of the Black Uhlans outlaw motorcycle gang.
Come the 2016 Rio Olympics, Brazil may not have a sitting president. What does that mean for the games?