False suggestions that Sydney floods were linked to weather manipulation reach thousands online.
The Indonesian island wants holidaymakers to come back as it reopens after two years.
Wimbledon quarter-finalist Nick Kyrgios is set to appear in court in Australia next month in relation to an allegation of common assault.
More than eight months of rain have fallen in the Sydney area over four days, turning roads into rivers.
The 12 members of a religious group denied the girl medical treatment for six days, police say.
Roads have been cut, houses are under water and thousands have been left without power.
Better data and real-time software is allowing companies to improve the precision of flood warnings.
Teams have been deployed to rescue a cargo ship that is stranded off the coast of Australia.
Anthony Albanese visited the devastated towns of Bucha and Irpin, describing what he saw as a 'war crime'.
Nick Kyrgios and Stefanos Tsitsipas are fined for their conduct during their fiery third-round match at Wimbledon.
Tens of thousands of residents have been told to evacuate their homes in Australia's biggest city.
England open their Australia tour by falling to a dismal defeat against a 14-man Wallabies side in Perth, despite scoring two late tries.
Big shifts are happening - the country is now more diverse, less religious, and increasingly millennial.
Two Australia farmers are aiming rival Mexican tequila and mezcal with a similar delicious spirit.
Footage from Australia shows the woman stuck in a car suspended above the ground before she is arrested.
Australia's election has ushered in political pioneers and interesting firsts across the parliament.
Saxon Mullins sparked a national debate after saying she felt let down after making a rape allegation.
Women from across Australia will present a visual petition to MPs, calling for urgent action.
Albanese's government is promising to restore ties with its "brothers and sisters" - is it too late?
Iconic landmarks like the Sydney Harbour Bridge were shrouded from view and ferry services were cancelled.
An Australian member of a UN committee about discrimination against women describes the Prime Minister's reference to a threat of violence against female protesters as "saddening".
News Corp says it has reached a multi-year agreement with Facebook that covers its major Australian mastheads, including The Australian, Daily Telegraph and Herald Sun, as well as regional publications.
Australian health advisors and the government remain committed to the rollout of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, despite safety concerns overseas and on the backbench.
The battle for top-four spots has Brisbane star Hugh McCluggage happily “on edge” ahead of the Lions’ clash with Essendon at the Gabba on Sunday.
Kmart has confirmed it is due to introduce an army of robot workers after a video surfaced of an early model being introduced to customers.
Advocates are calling for stricter bans on gay conversion therapies they say could still occur in religious settings despite government clamp downs.
Keepers and visitors to Perth Zoo are bracing for the worst, following news an iconic resident’s health is in steep decline.
Foreign Minister Penny Wong is hopeful this week’s G20 foreign ministers’ meeting in Bali sends a “clear message to Russia”.
Australia’s busiest rail network will again face widespread disruptions on Wednesday after the government failed to prevent a ramping up of industrial action.
It’s the three-sentence message placed in The Daily Telegraph by Chris Dawson which prosecutors say proves he knew his wife Lynette was dead.
Luxury shoe retailer Sneakerboy has gone into voluntary administration following a wave of controversy.
Aussies are being warned of another text message scam taking advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic to prey on the innocent.
Two women have been charged after a three-year-old child was allegedly found unconscious on a bus in rural Queensland.