Australia’s national broadcaster goes to court to challenge a police raid on its offices and demand the return of its files.
Eight orphans of Australian Islamic State fighters have been spirited out of a camp in Syria, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Monday, in an apparent U-turn.
Australia’s competition watchdog is poised to call for far-reaching new regulations on FB, Google and other tech giants.
David Warner said he felt “just so grateful” to be playing for Australia after his run-laden return continued with a World Cup hundred against Bangladesh.
Australia’s top order can turn things around if opener David Warner makes another slow start, assistant coach Ricky Ponting said ahead of their World Cup game against Pakistan.
Australia hailed “bloody legend” Ashleigh Barty after she ended the country’s 46-year wait for a French Open singles title with a crushing victory in Paris.
Australia’s participation in the Copa America is not yet confirmed but would be a “fantastic” opportunity for the Socceroos to test themselves against some of the best players in the world, coach Graham Arnold said yesterday.
Australian police raid ABC’s headquarters over leaks showed Australian special forces had killed innocent men in Afghanistan.
Israel Folau is set to launch legal action against Rugby Australia this week, a report said yesterday, with the sacked Wallabies fullback saying: “All I ask is to be treated fairly and by the law.”
4 people are dead and 2 injured in Australia after a gunman opened fire late Tuesday in Darwin’s, city centre police said.
The new leader of Australia’s opposition Anthony Albanese has revealed his shadow ministry, pledging to hold the government to account.
International police group Interpol said Thursday that nine people had been arrested in Thailand, Australia and the US and 50 children had been rescued after investigators took down an online paedophilia ring.
Australia’s conservative coalition secured an outright parliamentary majority following a shock election victory.
Israel Folau waived his right to appeal the termination of his contract by Rugby Australia due to a lack of “confidence” in their process, the former Wallabies fullback said yesterday, but he had not ruled out further action against the decision.
Australia’s ruling conservative coalition defied expectations to retain power in national elections Saturday, prompting Prime Minister Scott Morrison to declare: “I have always believed in miracles!”
Australia’s returning duo of Steve Smith and David Warner could face hostility from English crowds during the World Cup but can rely on their team mates to cope, coach Justin Langer has said.
Business has been quick to see the benefits of the Railway.
Australia’s Nick Kyrgios has branded Rafa Nadal a sore loser, the Spaniard’s uncle Toni an “idiot” and said world number one Novak Djokovic has a “sick obsession” with being liked in a podcast certain to ruffle feathers ahead of the French Open.
A brash, self-promoting billionaire with political ambition and a string of controversies in his wake, Clive Palmer not only sounds like Australia’s answer to Donald Trump, that is exactly who he is modelling himself on.
The Israel Folau social media furore has proved as divisive in Australia as Colin Kaepernick’s stand against racism in the United States, according to former Wallaby Karmichael Hunt.
What’s wrong with the postwar US-led world order? The answer is: not as much as what’s right with it. Australia is a founding member of the existing order and we have more than our share of the world’s good things. The order has worked for us.
Australia grants about $300,000 to help the Mekong River Commission upgrade data.
Australian innocent of drug smuggling after serving 6 years of 23 year sentence.
Political parties are taking advantage of Australia’s open policy on online information gathering in their polls campaigns, Reuters notes.
Wong continues to lead the conservative government into the May 18 vote.
From grubby packaging engulfing small Southeast Asian communities to waste piling up in plants from the US to Australia, China’s ban on accepting the world’s used plastic has plunged global recycling into turmoil.
Folau is to have his contract terminated after posting a meme on social media that said gay people would go to “hell”.
Australia to fine social media firms and imprison executives over violent content.
Social media executives could spend up to three years in prison.
Steve Smith and David Warner may wake with some relief.