The Thai surrogate mother of a critically ill twin baby abandoned by his Australian biological parents says she is determined to bring him up in her impoverished village with her two children aged six and three.
Sydney jihadist Khaled Sharrouf claims he has been on a path to radicalism for more than a decade, despite a court determining in 2009 that it was unlikely he would commit further terrorist offences.
Fears of overcrowding at train stations due to a shutdown of the Opal system have been realised, with one of the first known instances of a glitch affecting commuters during peak hour in the Sydney CBD.
Mark Thompson reckons Sydney's ball magnets more than masked Lance Franklin's absence, but John Longmire's midfield stocks are about to be replenished further with Dan Hannebery nearing a return for the Swans.
Australian investigators at the crash zone of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 hope to use a window of just seven to ten days to recover human remains and belongings - but there is no plan yet to begin investigating who shot down the Boeing 777 carrying 298 people.
The lawyer for a group of Tamil asylum seekers at the centre of a High Court challenge says he had no idea his clients were being transferred to Nauru in a secret overnight operation.
Brisbane's newly-crowned champion jockey Tim Bell and Sydney's rising young star Jason Collett are expected to headline the riding ranks during the Coffs Harbour carnival this week.
The next few months pose the biggest test yet for Gladys Berejiklian and the Opal smartcard, the public transport ticket that the Minister has taken political ownership of in a way she need not have.
Lenin took it in the guts for the Donetsk People’s Republic, the prime minister is missing in action and his nominal deputy Vladimir Antyufeev, who is running the shop, tools around town in the care of four bodyguards who ooze the ‘don’t mess with me’ ethos of the revolution.
At last, after weeks of frustration for investigators and emotional pain for families and friends of the 298 passengers and crew lost in the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, the wheat and sunflower fields of eastern Ukraine on Friday took on the appearance of an orderly, professional search for human remains and personal belongings.
Celebrating 10 years of Kids Rapt on Performing (KROP), school students from across the region gathered at the ...
KIND-HEARTED Griffith residents are being asked to rally for a former local and her family who lost everything ...