- Why the plan to retrieve Sally Faulkner's children was doomed
It seems from day one the plan to "snatch" Sally Faulkner's children from the streets of Beirut was doomed, as those on the ground reveal just what went wrong in the child custody battle that became an international incident.
- Rinehart-led company questions all-Australian bid for Kidman cattle empire
An Australian syndicate's claim that its $386 million offer for the Kidman cattle empire is "superior" is questioned by rival bidder Hancock Prospecting, led by Gina Rinehart.
- Iraqi forces close in on Islamic State stronghold of Mosul
Iraqi forces advance to five kilometres from Mosul in an offensive against Islamic State's last major stronghold in Iraq and there are signs of revolt against the group, the Interior Minister of the Kurdish Regional Government says.
- Dad's Army creator Jimmy Perry dies aged 93
The creator of the popular UK television sitcom Dad's Army, Jimmy Perry, has died aged 93.
- 'Mates protecting mates': Claims of police aggression and cover-ups
A culture of aggressive policing, cover-up and intimidation is infecting some NSW Police local area commands and driving officers to break their oath of duty, with one former officer claiming she was pressured to lie in court after witnessing a "heavy-handed" arrest.
- Trump campaign says 'we are behind' but can still win the race
Donald Trump's campaign bluntly acknowledges the real estate mogul is trailing Hillary Clinton as the presidential race hurdles toward a close, but insists he still has a viable path to win the White House.
- Spain 'aiming for 100pc renewable energy'
Enough wind energy is being generated in Spain to power more than 29 million homes every day, according to one of the country's biggest renewable energy companies.
- Jets' Hoole strikes late to deny Wanderers
Newcastle fight back from two goals down to hold Western Sydney to a 2-2 draw at Spotless Stadium.
- Battle for Aleppo intensifies after ceasefire ends
The battle for control of the northern Syrian city of Aleppo intensifies with air strikes, ground offensives and shelling, the morning after a resurgence in fighting ended a Russian ceasefire, a monitor and rebel groups say.
- Historic WWII boat sinks off Darwin, leaving owners with costly clean-up
Boat enthusiasts who invested more than $300,000 to restore a vessel used by Australia's elite Z Special Unit during World War Two are left devastated after it sinks to the bottom of Darwin Harbour.
- Hodgman speaks to Governor after Hanson comments at rally
Tasmania's Premier speaks to Governor Kate Warner about her comments at a pro-immigration rally, which have raised the ire of One Nation leader Pauline Hanson.
- Brrrrrrrrains behind zombie walk consider event's future
An army of "undead" limp and stagger through what could be the final Brisbane Zombie Walk, as the organisers weigh up future events following an increase in council fees.
- Crutchlow wins Australian MotoGP marred by horror crashes
British star Cal Crutchlow romps to a big win at the Australian MotoGP on a day punctuated by a number of shocking crashes at Phillip Island.