Julie Bishop warns that Russia will try to exploit US President Donald Trump's bid to engage with Vladimir Putin to escape responsibility for recent atrocities, including shooting down a Malaysian Airlines flight and annexing Crimea.
Astrophysicist and former soldier Edward Poljak is the lead plaintiff in a complaint against Facebook that could become a class action. He hopes the case will encourage people to be more careful with what they share online.
Thirteen years after 'that' no-look flick pass which won the Wests Tigers their only NRL premiership, Benji Marshall is talking about mentoring young players instead of making chip kicks and sidesteps.
Triple-0 call takers are receiving weekly visits from therapy dogs as part of a program aimed at reducing stress, lifting morale and providing welcome respite from the relentless abuse they cop from callers.
Five months after the rape of a two-year-old girl and following mounting criticism of the Federal Government's apparent lack of interest in Indigenous issues in northern Australia, the Prime Minister visits the embattled town of Tennant Creek.
Luke Smith is granted bail with strict conditions, appearing in court on assault charges with a bloodstained bandage on his head after spending the weekend in the police watch house in Beenleigh, south of Brisbane.
Strangulation attacks that leave victims fearing they are about to die can lead to strokes and brain injury, but often result in perpetrators getting charged with the lowest level of assault, according to anti-domestic violence campaigners.
Ruben McDornan, the sole survivor of the trawler Dianne that capsized off the Queensland coast last year, tells Nine's 60 Minutes he heard banging from inside the overturned boat as it sank with his crewmen on board.
Sarah Paino was pregnant and had her two-year-old son in the car when she was killed by a joyrider who sped through a red light in a stolen car. Now her partner is suing the driver for damages over the Hobart mother's death.