Queen Elizabeth's gaffe-prone husband receives the country’s top honor on Australia Day to the dismay of many
Several are refusing water and have sown their lips shut
The blaze has been burning since Friday
The victim’s friend says he managed to fire a spear at the shark.
Australia's airforce attacks ISIS in Iraq
Community preparing for the festive season receives devastating shock
Tony Abbott expressed alarm that the hostage-taker had been able to obtain a gun even though he was awaiting trial on charges related to a murder, as well as...
How was a man accused of being an accessory to the murder of his ex-wife, and facing 40 charges of sexual assault, able to obtain a gun and be at liberty?
From the attack on the Hilton Hotel in 1978 to the Bali bombings of 2002 and 2005
The perpetrator was not a jihadist but a criminal described by his own lawyer as "damaged goods"
Many buildings, including the famed Opera House, have been evacuated
As the tax windfall from commodities dries up, Canberra tries to work out what it’s been missing
The controversial visas were first introduced in Australia during John Howard's administration in 1999
Looks like a dream come true
Over 300 people attended the ceremony to honor the 25-year-old opening batsman who died two days after being struck on the neck by a ball
Australia is the site of the project's latest test trials
There will be 200 special forces troops deployed alongside 8 fighter jets
Impoverished, repressive and corrupt Cambodia is no place for an asylum seeker