- US Air Force members and Border Force officials allegedly involved in smuggling
Two US Air Force members and a number of Australian Border Force officials have allegedly been recruited by international criminal syndicates attempting to smuggle goods into Australia.
- Bush 'health crisis' prompts political plea from Flying Doctor
The Royal Flying Doctor Service, which treated 300,000 patients in rural Australia last year, says it cannot keep up with the health crisis in the bush and is weighing in on a federal election campaign for the first time in its 88-year history.
- Shorten will not rule out using New Zealand as resettlement option for refugees
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten leaves the door open to using New Zealand as a resettlement option for refugees from Manus Island and Nauru.
- Fears of rising xenophobia in UK as people call out #PostRefRacism
A growing number of racial harassment incidents have been reported after the Brexit vote, with fears the result served to validate and vindicate xenophobic views in the United Kingdom.
- Petition for second Brexit referendum investigated for fraud
A petition calling for a second EU referendum, which has attracted more than 3.6 million signatures in the wake of the shock Brexit vote, is being investigated for "fraudulent signatures".
- Stosur through to Wimbledon second round in straight sets
Sam Stosur's Wimbledon campaign gets off to a confident start, but Australia's number one player faces former finalist Sabine Lisicki in the second round.
- Teen in hospital after Kruger hyena attack
A South African teen is in hospital after a hyena locks its jaw to his face and drags him from his tent.
- Former NT minister to resign from CLP over sex scandal
Disgraced former Country Liberals minister Nathan Barrett says he will resign following a sex scandal where he sent explicit videos of himself to a woman.
- Defence Force accused of not paying for sex abuse victim's counselling
A former air force cadet who fell victim to a sexual predator tells the child abuse royal commission her trust in the ADF is "completely diminished" after they stopped paying for psychology sessions.
- Australia calls for global moratorium on death penalty
Australia calls for a global moratorium on the use of the death penalty, as the number of countries imposing the penalty falls but the overall number of people executed rises.
- As it happened: Parties battle over budget
The Coalition has promised to reveal its full budget costings tomorrow as both parties continue to trade blows over the economy. Look back on the day in politics.
- Hostages injured during Nigeria kidnapping, Macmahon CEO reveals
Five of the seven men taken hostage in Nigeria were injured during the ordeal, with two in a serious condition, the CEO of Macmahon Holdings reveals as their families express relief at their safe release.
- From pet to vest: Yarn spinners getting requests for dog-hair clothes
A Melbourne woman has started spinning pet hair into clothing after receiving requests, giving pet lovers a new way to take their four-legged friends with them wherever they go.