More than 1 million cars in Australia will be recalled because of defective Takata airbags.
Ireland has voted “resoundingly” in favour of overturning the abortion ban, according to Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
Victoria will introduce tougher laws that will include jail terms for employers found guilty of wage theft.
The Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was downed by a Russian military-sourced missile, an international team of investigators have said.
Russian “dirty money” is a security threat to the UK, according to a report called “Moscow’s Gold”, just published by a committee of members of parliament.
Barack and Michelle Obama have found a new gig a couple of years after running the country.
US President Donald Trump’s personal attorney threatened to sue The Onion for a satirical article five years ago.
Almost 200 athletes and officials who attended the Commonwealth Games have been granted bridging visas.
At least 10 students were killed at a Santa Fe, Texas high school on May 18 after a classmate opened fire with a shotgun and a .38 revolver. The shooting came just three months after another teen shooter killed 17 in Parkland, Florida.
The suspect of the new Texas school shooting in the US didn’t plan to stay alive by the end of his attack.
He resigned on Feb. 14 while suspended over a “serious allegation.”
Labour campaigned hard on promises to boost health and education in particular, saying both sectors had been underfunded by the previous National government.
Belal Hajeid was part of the “Skaf” gang, which was a group of 15- to 19-year-olds who raped young women in parks and public toilets.
U.S. President Donald Trump has announced the United States’ intent to withdraw from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
Coles has announced that it would be limiting access to baby formulas in store.
A reported new Australian visa rule will force migrants to stay in regional areas stated under the terms of their visas.
Family Planning NSW (FPNSW) has been hit by ransomware.
The Andrews Labor Government is enforcing a Point of Consumption Tax (PoCT) to wagering and betting companies, expecting to reap about $30 million annually from the new tax.
Jacqueline Claire Ades of Phoenix, Arizona, has been charged with threatening, stalking, harassment and failure to appear in court.
A family from a close-knit community have become the victims of a suspected murder-suicide.
Although our thirst for alcohol dates back to the Stone Age, nobody has figured out a good way to deal with the ensuing hangover after getting drunk. Until now.
David Goodall is set to end his life at an assisted dying clinic in Switzerland.
North Korea’s domestic news media remains carefully choreographed and managed by the ruling Korean Workers’ Party.
Labor MPs Justine Keay, Josh Wilson and Susan Lamb, and Centre Alliance MP Rebekha Sharkie all resigned at the House of Representatives on Wednesday.
Labor Senator Katy Gallagher was ruled ineligible for her position by the High Court on Wednesday.
The US president criticised the deal on Tuesday, saying it was a “horrible one-sided deal that should have never, ever been made.”
A 3-year-old boy has been snatched and eaten by a leopard at the Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda.
New South Wales Attorney General Mark Speakman has called for tougher sexual consent laws after the King Cross rape case scandal.
In late April, the top federal cybersecurity agency, US-CERT, announced that Russian hackers had attacked internet-connected devices throughout the U.S., including network routers in private homes.
More than 3,500 MDMA pills were seized at the Midnight Mafia Music Festival at Sydney Showground on Saturday.
There were 130 Sri Lankans hidden in a rusty tanker off the cost of southern Johor state.
Despite some basic potential flaws, AI can be a useful tool for spotting online propaganda – but it can also be startlingly good at creating misleading material.
Lucy Turnbull was “flattered and charmed” when French President Emmanuel Macron described her as “delicious.”
The two African American men who was arrested at a Philadelphia branch of Starbucks last month have reached a settlement with the coffee shop and the city for US$1 (AU$1.33) each.