Body-camera footage released by police that showed how a simple interaction over an illegally parked car quickly escalated.
Three years after Ireland legalised gay marriage, the country is about to decide whether to ditch its constitutional ban on a woman's right to choose.
The Finance Sector Union seizes on an executive saying the false witnessing of documents was a 'cultural' issue as it demands lighter penalties for planners.
There may come a point in the future where children know only vague definitions.
A secretive investment vehicle for Sydney's wealthy elite has emerged as a winner from changes to American sports betting laws
Why have both Deadpool and Lando's creators outed their characters as pansexual?
A senior South African cricket official is back at work despite being photographed with spectators taunting David Warner and his wife Candice.
Today, newborn babies who do not breathe are rushed off for resuscitation. But a new concept being explored by Australian researchers could change all that.
Australia set for "super Saturday" byelections on July 28
The shock announcement, contained in a strongly-worded letter that threatened nuclear war once again, appears to have caught South Korea off guard.
The former border boss also described Manus Island and Nauru as a "weeping sore on Australia's collective psyche".
Major universities say they have no plans to dissociate themselves from billionaire donor Chau Chak Wing despite emerging grassroots disquiet.
Australia's top spy also said Andrew Hastie's bombshell decision to accuse a billionaire businessman of involvement in a bribery scandal had not damaged intelligence relationships.