The Australian Federal Police has refused a request from Papua New Guinea for an officer to help interview witnesses to the killing of asylum seeker Reza Barati on Manus Island in February.
Climate change is being felt in all corners of the globe, and some parts of the natural world may already be undergoing irreversible changes, an assessment by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has found.
Japan will respect an International Court of Justice order to end its annual Antarctic whale hunt, despite "deep disappointment" with the landmark decision, it said on Monday.
Former Hey Dad! star Robert Hughes was targeted by one of his alleged victims in co-operation with the media, a Sydney court has heard.
A pair of rhino horns mounted on a wooden plinth has sold for $92,500 in Sydney surprising the staff at auction house Lawsons.
The best form of social and economic justice is a job. There is much evidence the best generator of jobs and wealth is private business.
Proud parents could be unwittingly putting their children at risk by posting images and information online which give away personal details such as where they go to school and which parks they frequent.
Fears sectarian clashes have created an incubator for a new generation of terrorists.
Quentin Bryce agreed to become the first dame nominated by Prime Minister Tony Abbott, but it turns out she has collected another title to take into retirement.
"I'm missing Daddy, I'm missing Daddy. When's Daddy coming home? Is Daddy still missing?"