The neighbourhood where an unarmed homeless man was shot dead by police on Sunday is unlike any other in the US, says Reverend Andy Bales.
Nick O'Malley Having provoked a diplomatic row with the Obama administration, Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, told an audience of thousands in Washington, DC, that the relationship between the two nations would grow and strengthen.
Ruth Pollard In a fresh test of the Iraqi Army's ability as a fighting force and the willingness of Sunni tribal leaders to work with the army's Shiite militia backers, Iraq has launched a high-risk attack on the city of Tikrit in an attempt to take it back from Islamic State extremists.
Chris Zappone Much of a modern economy relies on the peaceful, almost routine nature of the business of satellite launches and communication. What happens if space becomes contested?
Tom Allard Transfer to "execution island" looms as more influential Indonesians express their concerns about Indonesian president's hardline stance
Jewel Topsfield An Australian business delegation to Indonesia led by Trade Minister Andrew Robb planned for this month has been quietly shelved.
Eryk Bagshaw and Lindsay Murdoch The mother of a Malaysian police commando who has been sentenced to hang in Kuala Lumpur has arrived in Sydney to plead with the Australian government to grant her son asylum.
Philip Wen As a famed news anchor, Chai Jing regularly reported on China's environment woes. But when she found her daughter had grown a tumour in her womb, things became personal.
Two US astronauts on Sunday made speedy work to get the International Space Station ready for the arrival of more commercial spacecraft.
Tom Allard The man in charge of the transfer says the Bali nine duo will "definitely" be transferred this week to the island they are due to be executed.
Badenhorst makes podium at IPC Para-snowboard World Championships.
A NEW $4 million ambulance station will be built in Griffith if the Baird government is re-elected.
We’re kicking off a March photo challenge to get into the spirit of the cooler months.
MINISTER for Natural Resources, Lands and Water Kevin Humphries was warned of the risk of not getting the ...
POLICE were kept busy on the weekend, with a number of incidents in the district.
PROFESSOR of neuroscience Gilles Guillemin from Macquarie University was in the area recently taking more samples of blue ...