It is a year since Bali nine members Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan were executed in Indonesia, but they are not forgotten.
Lindsay Murdoch New research shows that recent Australian claims about the number of enemy soldiers killed in the battle may be highly inflated.
Philip Wen Chinese consumers have been unable to purchase digital goods Apple in China, the latest online destinations blocked by the government.
Latika Bourke Ali Elamine's behaviour in negotiations over his half-Australian children led one person to describe him as "pretty face, ugly heart".
Nick Miller Australian troops faltered at first on the Western Front, but, led by a brilliant general, played a key role in the eventual victory.
Leigh Tonkin Tensions are rising in the traditionally moderate Muslim country between secularist, democratic traditions and Islamists.
Peter Hannam While the PM made bold comments about Australia's climate stance at the Paris climate summit, the policies have been lacking in the months since.
Jewel Topsfield and Karuni Rompies A riot broke out at Bali's Kerobokan jail on Thursday night, with fires lit and prison bars broken after 11 members of the notorious Laskar Bali gang were admitted.
Latika Bourke The lawyer for dual Australian-British national and self-styled child recovery operative Adam Whittington has openly ridiculed claims Nine accidentally paid for the botched abduction plot.
Paul McGeough Barack Obama's visit to Riyadh has thrown a harsh light on how Saudi Arabia's star is waning in Washington.
The Parramatta Eels will be allowed to accrue competition points while five directors pursue legal action against their ...
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There's no early sign of an end to what's beginning to feel like an endless summer for Sydney.
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Western Sydney had its coldest night since September as autumn-like conditions finally arrive in parts of the city.
Parramatta chairman Steve Sharp has vowed he will fall on his sword and resign if it spares the ...