- Live: Medicare fees 'absolutely' won't rise under Coalition, PM says
Malcolm Turnbull says people will not have to pay more to see the doctor as a result of the Coalition's health policies, as both parties make their final pitches ahead of tomorrow's election. Follow live.
- Illegal cosmetic surgery being performed by unqualified people in homes
Health authorities investigate cases of people being injected with illegally imported Botox and other cosmetic products by unqualified people in residential premises and hotel rooms.
- Johnson rules out British PM tilt after losing support of key backer
Former London mayor Boris Johnson abruptly pulls out of the race to become Britain's next prime minister after his Brexit campaign ally withdraws his support and announces a bid of his own.
- Tesla driver dies in 'autopilot' crash
US safety regulators launch an investigation into car manufacturer Tesla after a driver was killed while using its autopilot self-driving mechanism.
- Home prices moderate, but Sydney and Melbourne continue to surge
Home value increases across many capital cities lost a bit of steam throughout June but prices in Sydney and Melbourne continued to surge, new figures show.
- These are Turnbull and Shorten's favourite three-word slogans
During an election campaign, a handful of slogans or manners of speech tend to stick in the public consciousness. What are the phrases the leaders keep repeating this year?
- Government's netball promises 'clearly pork-barrelling': Labor
Federal Labor accuses the Government of pork-barrelling after it promised to pump millions of dollars into marginal seat netball clubs if re-elected.
- 'We lost the flower of a generation': Prince William's Somme tribute
The Duke of Cambridge pays tribute to a generation lost at the Battle of the Somme, 100 years after the deadliest battle in British history.
- Hole in the ozone layer is finally 'healing'
The ozone hole over Antarctica is finally "healing" almost 30 years after the world agreed to ban the chemicals responsible for its creation, researchers say.
- Charges laid over failed 60 Minutes child recovery operation
Australian mother Sally Faulkner and former soldier Adam Whittington are charged with kidnapping over the botched attempt to bring her children to Australia, Whittington's lawyer says.
- Pedestrian critical, bystanders taken to hospital after Sydney bus crash
A number of people are injured, including one critically, after a bus crashed into an awning, a tree, and parked cars on Sydney's north shore.
- Jupiter's auroras captured by NASA's Hubble space telescope
Earth isn't the only planet to have shimmering auroras — and NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has captured Jupiter's in action.
- Judge orders new trial for Serial podcast's Adnan Syed
Adnan Syed, who featured in the popular Serial podcast, is granted a retrial in the case that saw him jailed for life over the alleged murder of his girlfriend.
- Aussie council worker now a Star Wars illustrator
Bendigo's Chris Kennett once worked in a council office photocopying. Now he illustrates Star Wars books for a New York publisher.
- Hate crime reports surge in Britain after divisive Brexit vote
The number of hate crimes reported to British police online, including some assaults, increases by more than 500 per cent in the week after the country voted to leave the European Union, a senior police chief says.