- Damage from Cyclone Debbie blocks main coastal highway
Damage from Cyclone Debbie has cut all roads to the towns of Bowen, Airlie Beach and Proserpine including the main coastal artery, the Bruce Highway, and fears remain for the safety of people caught in the path of the category-four storm overnight.
- Live: Cyclone affected areas 'like a war zone' as Debbie downgraded to tropical low
Queenslanders wake up to assess the damage left behind by Cyclone Debbie, which has weakened to tropical low. Keep up to date with our live blog.
- Live: Farmers need support after ex-cyclone Debbie, MP says
A federal MP from Queensland is pushing for disaster relief for farmers affected by ex-cyclone Debbie. Follow live.
- Videos show Cyclone Debbie lashing north Queensland towns
Videos show the damage from destructive winds and heavy rains that lashed north Queensland towns in the path of Cyclone Debbie.
- In Photos: The aftermath of Cyclone Debbie
The full extent of Tropical Cyclone Debbie's destruction is revealed in photographs.
- Trump signs order sweeping away Obama-era climate policies
US President Donald Trump signs an executive order undoing a slew of Obama-era climate change regulations that his administration says are hobbling oil drillers and coal miners, a move environmental groups vow to take to court.
- Super overhaul could mean you don't need multiple accounts
Australian workers who end up with multiple default superannuation funds could be winners from a simpler more streamlined system being proposed by the Productivity Commission.
- Coalition airstrikes and Islamic State: Mosul's civilians face dual threat
As the battle for Mosul continues, there is growing outcry over the high civilian death toll, with many residents reporting intense coalition airstrikes that are killing and wounding families being held by Islamic State as human shields.
- Scottish Parliament backs bid for new independence referendum
The Scottish Parliament votes to back First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's bid for a new independence referendum, further complicating Britain's political situation just as years of talks on the terms of Brexit are about to begin.
- Plenty of positives out of Australia's series loss to India
It was not perfect. In fact, it was downright ugly at times, but Australia should be proud of what its cricket team did in India … mostly.
- Radio Rentals facing class action over 'Rent, Try, $1 Buy' scheme
If successful, the case case could affect up to 200,000 people and the company could be forced to refund a total of $50 million in overpaid leases, lawyers say.
- NBN Co vows to continue targeting whistleblowers in wake of Senate criticism
NBN Co vows to continue targeting whistleblowers despite a powerful Senate committee expressing concern that staff were targeted after a police raid on then-senator Stephen Conroy's office.
- Keyhole surgery best option for hysterectomies: study
Women who have had a hysterectomy via keyhole surgery have higher survival rates than those undergoing the abdominal operation, a study finds.
- Trigger warnings: Are we preparing our students for the real world?
Has Monash University melted in the face of the "Snowflake Generation" or is it just looking after its students' wellbeing?
- Adelaide's Erin Phillips rounds off incredible season with AFLW best and fairest
Adelaide Crows' premiership co-captain Erin Phillips caps off a stunning first year playing football, winning the AFLW's best and fairest award.
- 'Who won Legs-it' front page labelled 'moronic', 'sexist'
The front page of Britain's Daily Mail highlighting the "pins" of Prime Minister Theresa May and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon after their meeting to discuss the future of the United Kingdom, is labelled "sexist" and "moronic".
- The price of fast fashion: Rivers turn blue and 500,000 tonnes in landfill
Farmers in China and India are predicting the colour of the next fashion season by the colour of their rivers due to run-off from the textile industry.