The EU free trade talks will bypass the risky national ratification process.
Syria will play Australia in the first leg of their crucial World Cup Asian play-off in Malaysia next month.
Did you hear the one about the bloke from Australia who finished law at uni and 24 hours later was in Shanghai to become a financier but instead became a comedian?
Australia’s “sleeping giant” National Basketball League launches its 40th season next month with ambitious plans.
Australia have made four changes to their starting side to face South Africa.
Australia’s court rejects challenges against a proposed ballot to legalise same-sex marriage.
David Warner made 88 not out and featured in two significant partnerships to lead Australia’s robust reply to Bangladesh’s first-innings.
Australia and East Timor have reached a breakthrough agreement on a maritime border.
Seven nations will discover their World Cup fate as the race to Russia 2018 draws to a climax.
Manny Pacquiao says he still wants a rematch with Jeff Horn after the Filipino boxing hero pulled out of their scheduled bout in Australia.
Steve Smith says wicketkeeper Matthew Wade could be axed from the second Test against Bangladesh for failing at bat.
Saudi Arabia’s loss simplifies the maths ahead of qualifier between Japan and Australia.
Bangladesh registers first ever win over Australia in Test cricket.
American broadcaster CBS has secured a deal to buy Australia’s third-largest television network, Ten.
Australia bowls out Bangladesh for 260 then suffers a spectacular top-order collapse of their own to leave them reeling at 18 for three.
Pauline Hanson causes a furore as she enters the Senate wearing a full burka.
Australian Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce’s political future is in doubt after it emerged he is a dual citizen
Australia holds a voluntary postal vote on whether to legalise gay marriage if parliament rejects plans for a plebiscite on the contentious issue.
A measure of Australian business conditions hit its highest since early 2008 as sales and profits stayed strong.
Up to 31 scholarships will be awarded to international applicants to pursue a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate (coursework) degree at Monash University in Australia.