Australia's election has ushered in political pioneers and interesting firsts across the parliament.
Olympic gold medallist Kyle Chalmers misses the Australian team announcement for June's swimming World Championships after recent "negative media attention" takes "a massive toll" on him.
Two days after his election win, Anthony Albanese will fly to meet the leaders of US, India and Japan.
Politics will now be greener, more feminine, and more emphatically Australian, writes Nick Bryant.
Australia's defeated PM had a carefully cultivated image, but it failed him in the end.
Australia's new PM will be the country's first Labor leader in nearly a decade.
A veteran politician, Anthony Albanese will lead the first Labor government in almost a decade.
Scott Morrison was once considered a "miracle-worker", but has now suffered a significant defeat.
Cases of the rare disease are now confirmed in eight European countries, health authorities say.
Australia is a multicultural country, but critics say those representing the country don't reflect this.
The BBC speaks to voters in Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese's seats ahead of Saturday's election.
Scott Morrison was playing five-a-side on the campaign trail ahead of Australia's election on Saturday.
Kathy Wrethman, from Australia, has finally come face-to-face with the man who saved her life.
Australians go to the polls on 21 May, for the country's first election since 2019.
Seven Indigenous people explain their most pressing concerns for Australia's next government.
Australians will vote in an election on Saturday amid much nervousness, writes Nick Bryant.
As refugees detained for years are abruptly released, some think the upcoming election is the reason.
Australia was hailed for shutting out the virus, but control soon gave way to crisis.
The outcome could be very significant for the climate, says one of the country's top scientists.
Climate-focused independents - a group of mainly women - pose a huge threat to PM Scott Morrison.
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.
Australia’s new Treasurer Jim Chalmers says Australians will be paying off a mammoth debt racked up during the pandemic for generations.
Barnaby Joyce’s position as leader of the Nationals is under threat as colleagues speak out about his detrimental impact on the party.
Peter Dutton is expected to stand unopposed in the contest for the next leader of the Liberal Party.
Anthony Albanese said Russia should “pay a price” for invading Ukraine, as he attended a meeting of Australia’s key military allies.
A young Aussie rules talent and cousin of AFL legend Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti has been remembered for his infectious smile following his death.
A high-flying prospect from NSW capable of playing at both ends of the ground shapes as a certain selection in next week’s AFL mid-season draft.
The Australian sharemarket looked set to gain ground on Tuesday before a worrying echo from across the Pacific turned the mood negative.
New tolls on a Sydney road prompted thousands of trucks to divert through a neighbourhood to avoid the costs, in what NSW Labor has slammed as a failure of the government’s toll program.
North Melbourne captain Jack Ziebell has emphatically backed coach David Noble and his coaching style ahead of his 250th match on Sunday.
A jilted concreter hit and killed his mistress’ new lover following a wild car chase southeast of Melbourne.