Former Australia Test captain Tim Paine will take a break from cricket "for the foreseeable future".
After a dramatic arrest, Greg Lynn is charged with killing a pair who disappeared 20 months ago.
Violent riots have rocked the Pacific Island nation for a second straight day.
The new bill has raised concerns that it could pave the way for discriminatory hiring practices
Huge amounts of metal and concrete will be recycled after the demolition of an old coal power plant.
It is easing curbs that have locked out many citizens and tourists since the start of the pandemic.
The climate pattern can lead to significant weather changes in different parts of the world.
Among those prioritised are international students, skilled migrants, South Koreans and Japanese.
Matt Doran admitted during an interview with Adele that he had not listened to her new album.
An Australian school is using a food van to help struggling students explore new avenues.
An annual migration of red crabs has covered roads and bridges on an Australian island.
The discovery of the girl follows a huge search operation covering a remote part of Australia.
Australia has been called a climate laggard, but some firms are outpacing politicians on taking action.
Australian photographer David Prichard's series wins the prestigious Taylor Wessing Prize.
Households contribute the most food waste - so what if you could track spoilage in real time?
Listen to the moment police in Western Australia found a four-year-old girl who had been missing for 18 days.
Cleo Smith disappeared from her family's tent at a campsite in Western Australia 18 days ago.
Can free flights and rent lure the foreign workers back to Australia who quit when Covid arrived?
International travellers hug loved ones at Sydney Airport for the first time in 20 months.
Aboriginal rangers step up efforts to preserve Mount Augustus - a landmark twice the size of Uluru.
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.
Newly-appointed Test cricket captain Pat Cummins says his side would be ready to face England “in the next few days” if it had to, even though key players are short on recent red-ball gametime.
The return of the Oklahoma City Thunder’s leading scorer for its clash with the Washington Wizards wasn’t enough to distract America from the basketball IQ and beguiling passing game of Aussie young gun Josh Giddey.
A man jumped the fence at the Howard Springs quarantine centre on Friday night and went to a Darwin pub, police allege.
Fremantle’s decision to select Western Australians with all four of its national draft picks for the second-straight year was not by design, football boss Peter Bell says.
Authorities are waiting on test results of a positive case who returned from South Africa to find out if the newest Covid-19 variant of concern has arrived in Australia.
Australian Open chief executive Craig Tiley is confident vaccination rates among global tennis stars will surge beyond 95 per cent by January.
NSW public school teachers have decided to go on strike the week after next to protest low pay and unmanageable workloads.
Australia will close its borders immediately to nine African nations as the world races to contain a new Covid-19 variant.
Australian scientists have found more evidence the country’s big increase in bushfires is boosted by climate change which is increasing the risk of a phenomenon called “mega fire years”.
Huge crowds of protesters have gathered in central Melbourne and Sydney as part of organised rallies across the country against mandatory vaccinations.