It is the legal debate that takes the biscuit: can a crisp, mini flat bread be called a cracker?
Former doctor Geoffrey Edelsten was until recently an owner of an American slum housing complex in an area rife with violent crime, drugs and gang activity.
The Skype affair has highlighted aspects of military culture that critics say have been deliberately hidden for decades.
Australia's legendary polar hero Sir Douglas Mawson survived an epic Antarctic ordeal after he deliberately starved his surviving sledging companion to death, a new book suggests.
The author of a report that lays bare the connection between climate change and extreme bushfires has expressed his ''frustration'' with Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Environment Minister Greg Hunt for their refusal to accept scientific consensus on climate change.
The fire threat was ''as bad as it gets''. Soaring temperatures and fierce winds were preceded by an unusually warm and dry winter. But the damage was relatively contained so what went right?
If eating Mertz's flesh could help him recover it should not be surprising if he decided to do so.
Myer has re-signed Jennifer Hawkins to a multimillion-dollar deal that means she will be the face of the department store until the end of 2016, her 10th year with Myer.
To foster participation of older people, more must be done to challenge perceptions of ageing.
A police raid on a house linked to notorious people smuggler Ali Khorram Heydarkhani, jailed for organising the boat that was shipwrecked on Christmas Island killing more than 50 people, has led to the seizure of $40,000 cash and a Sydney woman being charged with dealing with the proceeds of crime.
POLICE found a hydroponic drug set-up and some Australian reptiles after a fire was extinguished in a St Marys home ...
POLICE charged a man with possessing a replica firearm after arresting him at Penrith railway station on Wednesday.