- EU founding states want Brexit to start 'as soon as possible'
The European Union's founding states want Britain to begin leaving the union "as soon as possible" to keep the bloc from being stranded in "limbo", crisis talks in Berlin reveal.
- Petition for second EU referendum surpasses one million signatures
More than one million people sign a petition in the United Kingdom calling for a second European Union referendum after yesterday's shock result.
- 'What on Earth have you done?': Australian expats on Brexit result
Spending time living and working in the United Kingdom is a rite of passage for many Australians — especially dual citizens — but after the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union, this ritual might be in for a shake up.
- Scotland starts drive to stay in EU after Brexit
Scotland's devolved government will start a drive to protect its European Union membership after Britain's vote to exit the bloc, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says.
- Turnbull to officially launch Coalition's election campaign
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will focus on stability, economic growth and jobs when he officially launches the Coalition's election campaign today.
- England completes whitewash of Test series against Wallabies
England sweeps the three-Test series against Australia, winning the third game 44-40 at the Sydney Football Stadium.
- Saints stun Cats, raising questions over flag hopes
In one of the boilovers of the season, St Kilda beats Geelong by three points at Docklands to knock the Cats off the top of the ladder.
- US Navy keeps electromagnetic railgun in its sights
The US Navy pushes ahead with a radical new cannon that one day could transform how wars are fought, even though some Pentagon officials have voiced concerns over its cost and viability.
- Pope visits Armenian 'genocide' memorial
Pope Francis insists memory "cannot be stifled" as he visits the main Armenian "genocide" memorial in Yerevan, on the second day of a trip likely to stir tensions with Turkey.
- Keating attacks Greens, backs Albanese in Grayndler
Former prime minister Paul Keating comes to the aid of Anthony Albanese, attacking his Greens opponents as "political opportunists ... hiding behind a gum tree".
- Escaped prisoner calls police from phone box fearing hypothermia
A prisoner who allegedly escaped from a southern NSW jail is recaptured after calling police and telling them where he was, fearing he could be suffering hypothermia.
- Icy morning tipped for NSW as wild winds ease
Icy and windy weather affecting parts of the NSW central-west and Blue Mountains will continue into Sunday, although strong coastal winds are easing, the Bureau of Meteorology says.