US President Donald Trump has made a case for immediately deporting illegal immigrants "who invade our country" with "no judges or court cases".
Prince William has begun a politically delicate visit to the Middle East, spending two days in Jordan before heading to Israel and the Palestinian territories.
Housing oversupply, tighter lending policies and investor crackdowns have led to a slowdown in house price growth across Australia, according to a new report.
Anglicare Australia has exposed problems with the automation of Centrelink services, which is stressful and costing community organisations time and resources.
A petition is calling on Australian airline Qantas and 11 others to not fly two Tamils and their two Australian-born children to Sri Lanka.
The federal opposition is set to personally target Malcolm Turnbull over him standing to benefit from company tax cuts.
Labor leader Bill Shorten has finished several days on the hustings in the Queensland seat of Longman with the launch of candidate Susan Lamb's campaign.
A reward to help solve the 2000 murder of "unassuming" Victorian man Terrence Black has been increased from $100,000 to $1 million.
Raids across Queensland have resulted in seven men charged and 24 people warned as police target Rebels bikies using the state's new anti-gang laws.
Mixed messages from OPEC, a soaring oil price and gains in Europe and the US look likely to push the Australian share market to a positive start on Monday.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is heading home after giving birth and has revealed her baby's name.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has played down speculation of a rift between himself and colleague Anthony Albanese.
A ban on women driving in Saudi Arabia has been lifted, with many taking advantage by driving themselves through the streets of the capital.
President Donald Trump has defended his border policy, trade tariffs on US allies and the denuclearisation of North Korea in comments at a GOP convention.
A former high-ranking priest Carlo Alberto Capella has been jailed for five years by the Vatican after he was found guilty of possessing child pornography.
The loss of the Darling Range by-election sends a clear message of dissatisfaction to Western Australia's Labor government, the opposition says.
Finance Minister Mathias Cormann says the federal government won't be splitting its business tax plan when it is debated this week.
Thousands of pro-European Union supporters have joined a march through London's streets to demand the government hold a referendum on the final terms of Brexit.
A blast has gone off inches from where Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa was attending a rally, injuring one of his vice-presidents but he was unhurt.