The government has been accused of 'deliberate interference with Egyptian court proceedings'
Japan's whalers expect to return to the Antarctic, despite losing an International Court of Justice (ICJ) case Australia brought against them that bans their hunt.
With the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and baby Prince George arriving in Sydney this week, comparisons with the visit by the Prince and Princess of Wales when Prince William was a baby are inevitable.
A skull found in forest near Tin Can Bay on Thursday could belong to the unidentified victim in the Cedar Pocket torso mystery.
Nuclear talks in Hiroshima have called for a treaty to stop the production of radioactive fuel for bombs, and acceptance ''without delay'' of a global ban on testing atomic weapons.
As 300 residents in the Cooktown cyclone shelter made their way into a windswept town on Saturday, some things had changed in the hamlet of 2300.
Airlines have been dumping valuable data for too long when it could be saving money and lives.
On the same day last September that Tony Abbott was elected prime minister with a mandate to stop the boats, three young men from Pakistan's violent disputed areas arrived in Indonesia.
Two men have been jailed for growing the largest marijuana crop in Victoria for a decade on a vineyard owned by a champion trap shooter who aims to represent Australia at this year's Commonwealth Games.
The galaxy in the photograph, NGC 7331, is sometimes known as the Milky Way's twin.