Customs officers are looking out for sick people in Australian airports who could be carrying Ebola as fear mounts about the world’s largest outbreak of the deadly disease.
Mick Malthouse has been working with aspiring sports journalists, assisting them to stay on the “straight and narrow.”
Sacked Cronulla Sharks player Todd Carney has been photographed in Bali socialising with convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby and her sister Mercedes.
The AFL has condemned a homophobic slur posted online by the owner of one of Port Adelaide’s corporate partners, and will help the club educate the culprit.
A German fisherman who found the world’s oldest message in a bottle floating in the Baltic Sea has been thwarted in his attempts to sell the treasure on eBay.
The Sydney man photographed apparently holding the heads of decapitated rivals in Syria has scoffed that he will be arrested if he returns to Australia, saying he was not coming back even as he suggested that a terrorist plot was afoot here.
Four donkeys lay dead at the gate of the Jabalia Elementary Girls School in Gaza, the first indication of the bloody human toll inside.
One hundred years later the ghosts of World War I still linger.
A Sydney man who inflicted "wanton violence" on his two-year-old stepson and let him suffer extreme pain for hours before killing him with a blow to the head has been sentenced to at least 20 years and six months in jail.
Police have had a breakthrough in one of the state’s oldest unsolved murder cases after the arrest of a man who allegedly abducted, raped and killed a teenager at Albury more than 40 years ago.