Aung San Suu Kyi addressed the plight of Myanmar's persecuted Muslim Rohingya head-on during private talks at the ASEAN summit, Malcolm Turnbull reveals, and requested humanitarian support.
The Crows were within touching distance of a second straight AFLW grand final appearance only for Collingwood to spoil the party, and coach Bec Goddard admits her side "threw it away" with a lack of effort.
For the Greens to go backwards in Batman is damaging for leader Richard Di Natale, and there will be many questions about their strategy and in-fighting, writes Richard Willingham.
Aboriginal Australians reflect on National Geographic's racism in 1916, and public discourse today.
Rae Harvey wrangled some of Australia's top music acts - now she's handling vulnerable marsupials.
Sean Pollard lost an arm in a shark attack and only saw snow for the first time in 2015 - now he has finished fifth and ninth at Pyeongchang 2018.
Tasmania makes national history by becoming the only state to have elected a minority of men.
The weird semi-aquatic creature's milk could lead to the creation of a new type of antibiotic.
The closure of the retailer's 885 US stores is a "profoundly sad day" and puts 30,000 jobs at risk.
It was a Christmas the Chittick family would never forget.
People on the STMP elsewhere in NSW have been subject to police harassment.
Seven people have been charged with supplying ecstasy to patrons attending a dance party at Sydney's Olympic Park overnight.
Mobile phones worth $80,000 have been stolen in a burglary at a department store on the NSW Central Coast.
Beaches around La Perouse are closed after a woman was attacked by a great white on Friday evening, but it's not stopping some.
Gladys Berejiklian has told US leaders in Washington that asset recycling has greatly strengthened NSW's finances.
Israeli police said a security guard was seriously injured after being stabbed in Jerusalem’s Old City on March 18. Police said the knife attack was carried out by a Palestinian; however, news reports said a Turkish tourist was behind the incident. Other reports said the person responsible for the attack was killed at the scene. Credit: Israel Police via Storyful
More than 700 firefighters are battling to bring fires under control in Victoria's south-west, with dozens of homes and livestock destroyed. About a dozen homes have been destroyed and hundreds of beef and dairy cattle killed, with about 40,000 hectares burnt out. Image via Twitter @KellySargi
Liberal leader Steven Marshall will be officially sworn in as South Australian premier in a ceremony at Government House. Mr Marshall has met with the state Governor who informed him his party had claimed victory at the election. The Liberals have won at least 24 seats in the state's 47-seat parliament and Labor is tipped to claim 18.
A deluge of rain continues to pour through the Kimberley Region, as Tropical Cyclone Marcus is now expected to pass off the coast of far-north Western Australia. Schools are closed in Darwin as residents clean up the damage left in the the wild weather's wake. Image via Twitter @rj_baird
Police and hospital staff on Jersey, a British Crown Dependency in the Channel Islands, appealed to a woman to come forward after she left a newborn baby boy in the waiting area of Jersey’s General Hospital early on Sunday, March 18. In the hours that followed, Jersey police released CCTV footage that they said showed two women outside the emergency department, one of whom was carrying the baby. “The woman carrying the baby is then seen to enter the Emergency Department alone and exiting shortly afterwards without the baby at the above time,” police said. The two women are then seen walking away together. Police also said the baby’s umbilical cord was still attached, but said the boy had been medically evaluated was described as being “fit and well.” Midwife Jan Auffret also issued a video appeal, urging the woman to contact the hospital so she could be medically evaluated. Credit: States of Jersey Police via Storyful
A fast-moving bushfire has claimed more than 30 homes in a seaside town on the NSW south coast. Fanned by strong winds and high temperatures, the blaze burned through several kilometres of bushland into the township of Tathra and right to the coast. An emergency warning was downgraded as a southerly change brought some relief, but a great deal of damage had already been done.