- Ice speculation downplayed in alleged murder of Crows coach Phil Walsh
Police downplay speculation that the drug ice may have been a factor in the alleged stabbing murder of Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh by his son Cy, after police are seen taking a small pipe from the crime scene.
- Race discrimination ban a sticking point in Indigenous constitution talks: Tudge
A proposal to ban race discrimination in the constitution becomes a sticking point for the Federal Government as political and Indigenous leaders prepare for a referendum summit on Monday.
- Federal Government unveils long-awaited plan for Australian agriculture
The Federal Government has released the long awaited Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper, which it had promised to deliver within 12 months of the 2013 election.
- Kyrgios declares he can 'go close' to winning Wimbledon
Nick Kyrgios believes he has a chance of winning Wimbledon after delivering a tennis master class to surge into the last 16 at the All England Club.
- Tsipras demands debt write-off, 'grace period' for repayments; rival rallies fill streets
Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras calls on creditors to accept "a 30 per cent haircut" on the country's debt and a 20-year "grace period" on repaying the rest as thousands of Greeks take to the streets in rival rallies.
- Indian PM's #SelfieWithDaughter appeal to highlight women's rights takes off
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's appeal for parents to post snapshots on social media with their daughters to tackle India's skewed sex ratio goes viral, with celebrities and government ministers among those taking up the initiative.
- Junior surf contest goes ahead despite nearby shark attacks
An international junior surfing competition for under 16s goes ahead this morning despite two nearby shark attacks in less than 24 hours on the New South Wales north coast.
- France refuses asylum request by Julian Assange
France rejects a request for asylum by Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, only for his lawyers to claim he never sought it in the first place.
- Video emerges of Gold Coast man who died fighting IS in Syria
A Gold Coast man who died while fighting against Islamic State militants in Syria explains in a video why he picked up arms. In the video, Reece Harding also tells his family he loves them.
- Solar Impulse 2 arrives in Hawaii, completing historic flight
The Solar Impulse 2 aircraft completes a historic flight in its quest to circle the globe without consuming a drop of fuel, touching down gracefully in Hawaii after the most arduous leg of its journey.
- Dutch seek UN tribunal to prosecute downing of MH17
The Dutch government lobbies its political allies for the establishment of a United Nations tribunal to prosecute suspects in the downing of Malaysia Airlines MH17 over territory held by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine a year ago.
- Diver captures 'incredible' footage of great white sharks feasting on whale carcass
A diver records "incredible" footage of a group sharks, including great whites, feeding off the carcass of a dead sperm whale in waters off Coffs Harbour.