Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has resigned after a Supreme Court order to disqualify him.
When two artists met in a gallery, it began a relationship that resulted in triumph at one of the country's most coveted art prizes.
The NSW government has established a task force to identify dangerous cladding in buildings and restrict the use of dodgy building materials.
The NSW Labor conference will this weekend debate a range of workplace relations issues including 10 days domestic violence leave.
The federal auditor-general has expanded his inquiry into National Partnership Agreements to include allegations of water theft on the Murray Darling Basin.
The Australian Electoral Commission has found the Nick Xenophon Team not to have complied with funding disclosure rules.
There are are fears of more clashes between Israelis and Palestinians at Jerusalem's Al Aqsa Mosque.
The Obamacare repeal bill has died in the Senate after three Republicans cast "no" votes against the key health care amendment.
Gene Gibson will seek compensation from the WA government for being wrongly imprisoned over the manslaughter of 21-year-old Josh Warneke.
A Victorian MP banned from boarding a flight to the United States once signed a letter expressing loyalty to Syrian dictator Bashar Al-Assad.
The Federal Court has been told a Heinz snack food marketed to children has too much sugar to be healthy or nutritious.
The number of people living in Australia's capital cities has grown almost three million in 10 years, which is 77 per cent of the country's population growth.
Dry and warm conditions are likely for most parts of Australia as we head into spring, the Bureau of Meteorology says in its latest outlook.
Two women who say they were tricked into killing Kim Jong Nam, the half brother of North Korea's leader, by wiping nerve agent on him, will be tried in October.
Qantas will stop using a toxic firefighting foam after a 22,000 litre spill at an airport hangar contaminated the Brisbane River.
WA's only juvenile detention centre will be "changed profoundly" and children aged under 14 will not be housed there after a damning report into the facility.
Victorian upper house Labor MP Khalil Eideh has been banned from entering the United States after he was denied entry to a flight in Vancouver.