Hit Australian TV soap Neighbours has been branded "too white" by black and Asian viewers in Britain.
A father of one of the victims of the 2002 Bali bombings says he has been told the execution of three bombers is "imminent".
Wallabies coach Robbie Deans has urged his players not to shy away from their expansive game plan as they prepare for a physical barrage in Saturday night's Tri-Nations test against South Africa in Perth.
One shot pigeons, another played bocce ball with the Swiss Guards, and John Paul II skied and hiked.
The Australian rugby community has paid tribute to New Zealand-born signaller Sean McCarthy who was killed in Afghanistan.
Two British men have told a court of the heartache and betrayal they felt when they realised their mother had for years lied about their father's "death" in a canoeing accident.
A man stabbed a teenager to death before cutting off his head and using it as a puppet and a bowling ball, a court has been told.
Top jockey Danny Nikolic is confident tough stayer Scattergun has the recent form on the board to figure prominently in tomorrow's time-honoured Grafton Cup.
A grandmother has helped deliver her daughter's seventh child beside a busy Queensland highway, aided by paramedics giving advice by phone.
Newly married life is agreeing with Greg Norman as he prepares for his first major golf championship in three years.
Anti-smoking lobby groups have attacked a move by Qantas to resume inflight cigarette sales as a "greedy cash grab" at the expense of good health.
A Sydney teacher sacked after posing nude in a women's magazine says she will sue the NSW Education Department for its "sad" treatment that has ended her career.
The Australian rugby team will pay tribute to Signaller Sean McCarthy, the New Zealand-born, Australian soldier killed in Afghanistan, at its Tri-Nations match in Perth this weekend.
Several British newspapers will this week be forced to apologise to a suspect in the case of missing British toddler Madeleine McCann who sued them in what was shaping up to be of the UK's biggest ever libel claim.
The Australian federal opposition says it has been barred from tomorrow's crucial briefing on the government's plan for emissions trading.
A person has tested positive for the deadly Hendra virus following an outbreak among horses in Brisbane.
It might not be a golden egg but scientists from a Darwin wildlife park say they gambled - and struck it big.
An order of New York City nuns hopes to recruit young Catholic pilgrims to the priesthood and sisterhood during World Youth Day (WYD).
A horse in north Queensland has died from Hendra virus, the third from the rare condition in Queensland in the past week.