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The aircraft was returning a party of five from a restaurant in northern Sydney when it crashed into the water.
Twelve people have been taken to hospital after a car ploughs into a busy Melbourne inter-section, packed with holiday shoppers.
Police have arrested a man in Melbourne, Australia after a vehicle collided with a number of pedestrians
A shower of "golf-ball" sized hailstones caused damage when they fell on Melbourne
Choi Han Chan, 59, is charged with brokering the sale of ballistic missile components and coal in order to boost the sanctioned North Korean regime's struggling economy.
Uncovering serious failings across institutions, an Australian inquiry into child abuse recommends the Catholic Church remove its requirement for celibacy
Under new laws, child sex offenders are no longer able to travel freely out of Australia.
The Australian ambassador to France popped the question in a video posted on social media
The world's biggest lithium ion battery, built by Tesla, has been switched on to help solve South Australia's chronic power problems.
Australia's Senate passes same-sex marriage law, dismissing conservative efforts to let religious objectors refuse to provide wedding services to gay couples
Lifestyle photographer, stylist and professional instagrammer Clarice Chian opens her suitcase to Living it.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull called the fatal shooting of an Australian woman by a Minneapolis police officer over the weekend "shocking" and "inexplicable".
Brisbane, Australia has been undergoing last-minute preparations to host leaders of the world’s richest countries for this weekend’s G20
British Prime Minister David Cameron says his government is planning tough new laws to deal with homegrown jihadists fighting in Syria and Iraq. They
An Australian hospital has apologised after mistakenly sending letters to doctors saying 200 patients had died. The communication should have said
The Bayer Garratt locomotive, known as ’60-29’ among experts, is now back up and running for the first time in more than three decades, much to the
Commemorations for the centenary of the start of the First World War were held in Australia on Monday. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott was
Stadium seats on the halfway line have long been regarded as the creme de la creme in sport but that may be about to change thanks to South Korean
The Bendigo Gallery in Victoria, Australia reveals ‘Undressed:350 years of Underwear in Fashion.’
Organised by London’s V&A museum the exhibition
Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott has demanded Russia’s full cooperation with international efforts to investigate the MH17 crash in eastern
Britain’s Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have spent some of their fifth day of their Australian tour at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo. After taking part in a
Around 10,000 people from The Malaysian Chinese Association and Buddhist organisations have gathered in Kuala Lumpur to pray for the passengers and
US company Philip Morris is to stop making cigarettes in Australia by the end of the year.
It is closing its plant in Victoria state – after 60
German Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg won the season-opening Australian Grand Prix on Sunday.
Although teammate Lewis Hamilton made a stuttery start
Zookeepers at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo finally got a glimpse of the new baby Goodfellow’s tree kangaroo on Thursday, after nine months of waiting.
A giant puppet of Russian President Vladimir Putin as “a mythological ogre with no heart”, was featured in Sydney’s annual gay and lesbian Mardi Gras