A man has been found dead after disappearing while swimming at a popular Victorian waterfall.
Donald Trump has responded to thousands of Women's March protesters, tweeting that it's a great day to celebrate the unprecedented success women enjoy.
In his first year, Donald Trump has cast aside norms and traditions, fought with Republicans and Democrats and changed how the US is viewed at home and abroad.
The Royal National Park will remain closed as the RFS declares total fire bans across four regions in the state.
Hot temperatures are forecast to continue in Sydney and across NSW, with parts of the city expected to reach 40 degrees Celsius.
Donald Trump has made good on his goal of prioritise domestic interests, but the US risks alienating allies and destabilising diplomatic relationships.
Republicans and Democrats remain in a standoff in the United States as Donald Trump's second year as presidents starts without a fully functioning government.
Ed Sheeran has revealed his engagement with Cherry Seaborn, who he first met at school.
A year in and Donald Trump's image as the deal maker has been left shattered as the US government faces its first shutdown in five years.
North and South Korea will march together at the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in South Korean, the IOC has confirmed.
Federal Greens leader Richard di Natale has urged voters in South Australia not to elect the Liberals at the March state election.
Four men aged between 45 to 52 will remain behind bars after being charged with importing and possessing 30kg of cocaine.
Beating England to regain the top spot on the medal tally is priority number one for Australia at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
The US federal government has officially run out of funding after the Senate failed to pass a short-term spending bill to avert a shutdown.
People have been rescued by boats from beaches in the Royal National Park, south of Sydney, after roads out of the bushland were cut off by fire.
Experts say the US couple accused of beating, shackling and abusing their children may have used starvation as a weapon to control them.
Families of those injured and killed in the Bourke Street Mall attack have gathered in Melbourne for a private memorial service a year on.