With an Australian potentially facing the death penalty in the US over the death of her seven-year-old stepdaughter, there are calls for the Federal Government to do more to stop state-sanctioned executions.
Disputes over the ownership of four small islands near Japan's northernmost top have caused deep rifts between Russia and Japan.
From military bases and the offices of government lawyers to street corners and on buses, we're being watched by cameras made by surveillance companies accused of spying for China.
The mass killing of a family of five, allegedly at the hands of their own father and husband, sees the number of people killed in suspected domestic violence incidents more than double in a year in Western Australia.
Australian workers do not have the digital or foundation skills they need for the modern workplace, according to a report by the Australian Industry Group.
Australians' car commutes — long, slow, stressful and, in some cases, extremely enjoyable.
Elite Australian soldiers are in PNG to carry out counter-terrorism work before the APEC summit.
The Home Affairs Minister uses parliamentary privilege to lash out at Roman Quaedvlieg over fictitious and salacious information regarding the au pairs saga.
It's still mostly a case of buyer beware when it comes to finding out about a property. But many buyers feel they should be told if, for example, it was the scene of a violent murder.
The body of a second boy is found by police searching the Swan River in Perth after a group of teenagers jumped into the water while being chased by officers.