Sydney is shrouded in dangerous haze as smoke from bushfires blazing along the eastern seaboard sent pollution levels soaring.
Sydney residents coughed and spluttered their way around Australia’s largest metropolis Thursday, as a bank of smoke from rural bushfires enveloped the city, prompting health warnings.
Over half a tonne of meth has been seized by border authorities in Sydney.
Scallywag becomes the first high-profile withdrawal from the 74th edition of the Sydney to Hobart blue-water classic yacht race.
World Rugby calls for a greater consistency from referees when they hand out red cards.
Australia is seeing a surge in millionaires migrating to the country.
Australia’s most populous state announces plans to host 10 major sporting events.
Rohingya crisis took center stage as well.
The two-day special summit between Asean and Australia wrapped up yesterday in Sydney with a renewed spirit of cooperation along with some concrete action plans to further cement the bilateral ties.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has exposed a well-known Radio Free Asia journalist critical of him as his own spy working for the government.
In this curtain raiser, Chheang Vannarith argues that Australia has more to gain by actively engaging Asean to maintain regional peace and promote regional prosperity.
Membership in Asean entails a sense of commitment to the regional good and the ball, now, is in Cambodia’s court. Tang Siew Mun tells why.
Rainbow colours beamed from faces and floats parading through Sydney.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull bans sex between ministers and staff and rounded on his deputy Barnaby Joyce.
Hannah Mouncey, a former national men’s handball representative, lost her bid to take part in the AFL Women’s national draft.
Kiradech Aphibarnrat justified his late decision to play in Australia when he survived a marathon final day to claim the World Super 6 in Perth yesterday.
Australian Rules football has joined the ranks of other major sports in launching an experimental shorter format.
Some 50,000 homes in South Australia will receive solar panels and Tesla batteries.
Another 58 asylum seekers were to leave for resettlement in the US.
Australia’s world champion one-day team could face a major overhaul after they slumped to a 10th loss in 11 games.
And doubts linger about the prospects for smaller entities.
England coach Trevor Bayliss will step down after the next Ashes series in 2019, he announced yesterday.
Australia romped to an innings and 123-run victory over England after dismissing the tourists for 180 on the final day.
Lyon was hailed as Australia’s “key” bowler as the team closes in on an emphatic victory in the final Ashes Test.
Nine backpackers were rushed to hospital after ingesting drugs mistook for cocaine.
The British Compass Group CEO and four members of his family are killed.
Anderson has described as “ridiculous” accusations that he was involved in tampering with the ball during the drawn fourth Ashes Test.
A seaplane crashes into a Sydney river, killing six people on a “wine and dine” sightseeing flight ahead of the city’s New Year’s Eve.
World’s biggest miner would leave the World Coal Association refusing climate change.
A Sydney-based “loyal agent of North Korea” has been charged with trying to sell missile parts and technology on the black market.