Fairfax Media journalist Angela Macdonald-Smith was visiting Nepal when a 7.9 magnitude earthquake struck near the capital, Kathmandu on Saturday, here she reflects on what she experienced.
Rachel Browne Hundreds of climbers trapped in mountains; ten believed dead including Google executive Dan Fredinburg.
Jewel Topsfield Bali nine organisers Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran were officially notified of their executions on Saturday.However Attorney-General spokesman Tony Spontana said no date had been set for the executions.
Peter Hannam As joy flights go, few would beat the first round-the-world journey by a solar-powered plane, the Solar Impulse 2.
Jewel Topsfield Foreigners are spooked as Indonesia's Muslim parties gain ground in their campaign to ban booze.
Rory Callinan Indonesian police made little effort to catch the Bali Nine's suspected drug supplier alive, fatally shooting him three times shortly after entering his Jakarta residence, a police report reveals.
Nick Miller As two minutes' silence descended on Hyde Park Corner, the usually-roaring hub of the old Empire preternaturally quiet, a seagull squawked mournfully overhead.
Deborah Gough Vandals have attacked a small London cemetery where 112 Australian World War I diggers and a nurse were buried on the eve of the Gallipoli centenary.
Tim Barlass Seddulbahir, Turkey: Prince Charles and Prince Harry made their appearance at an eve of Anzac Day centenary ceremony on Friday afternoon at Cape Helles on the southwestern-most tip of Gallipoli peninsular in Turkey.
Nick Miller, Europe Correspondent On Thursday, under a temporary marquee on a helipad in Malta, green uniformed soldiers carried 24 simple wooden coffins into the shade.