A dog food manufacturer is voluntarily recalling one of its products after a number of Victoria Police canines became ill.
The first Perth to London direct flight is ready for take-off, and flights from Australia's east coast to Heathrow and New York could start in 2022.
A teenage girl is dead and five other people had to be rescued after a boat capsized off the NSW south coast.
Three pilot whales have been euthanased after they returned to land on the WA coast, following a mass stranding event.
Tropical Cyclone Nora is predicted to hit the western coast of Cape York as a severe category 3 system.
It's undecided if a helicopter which crashed near Queensland's Whitsunday Islands will be raised from the water for investigation.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says the presidents of China and the United States should negotiate a deal rather than start a trade war.
Australian steel exporters are waiting to find out whether the United States will restrict imports of steel and aluminium.
A French police officer who swapped himself for a hostage during a supermarket siege by an Islamist gunman has been labelled a hero after dying of his injuries.
US President Donald Trump has signed a $US1.3 trillion spending bill into law hours after threatening to veto it but says he will never sign another like it.
A hostage-taker in a French supermarket has asked for the release of Paris terror mastermind Salah Abdeslam, while police say two people are dead, media report.
Cyclone Nora is rapidly gaining strength and is set to develop into a category four storm as it moves through Queensland's Gulf country.
Canberra photographer Lee Grant has been awarded the National Photographic Portrait Prize for her portrait of Charlie, a young man in a social housing complex.
Essential Energy could face a class-action lawsuit if substandard maintenance or inspections are linked to the fire that ravaged Tathra on NSW's south coast.
The first officer to intercept a knife-wielding woman shot dead near a Sydney fast-food restaurant thought her life was in danger when she ran at her.
The sister of a stabbed woman has told a Sydney judge their brother had to visit her grave on his wedding day so she could be part of the celebration.
A woman accused of punching a Brisbane bus driver in the face has apologised after she was released on bail.
Tighter underwriting standards by Australian banks could dramatically reduce the availability of mortgages - especially for lower income households.
By securing agreement on a 21-month transition period, British Prime Minister Theresa May now faces possibly the hardest part of the Brexit negotiations.