An Australian Olympic medallist, who was briefly married to the late Kiwi TV personality Charlotte Dawson, has been charged with directing a criminal syndicate after a $2million drug bust.
Finns keen to avoid gyms and other indoor sports venues this winter because of the Covid pandemic have found a new way to keep fit - running in the snow wearing just thick woollen socks.
Protesters in Myanmar have kept up demands for the release of ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi and an end to military rule despite the deployment of armoured vehicles and more soldiers on the streets.
Prince Harry and his American wife Meghan will break their silence in their first interview since they quit Britain's royal family when they sit down with Oprah Winfrey next month.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he will plot a cautious but irreversible path out of the Covid-19 lockdown this week after the vaccination of 15 million vulnerable people.
The prospect of Victoria ending a snap five-day lockdown on Wednesday after a coronavirus outbreak is still up in the air.
A Spanish rapper sentenced to jail on charges including insulting the monarchy and praising terrorist groups has barricaded himself inside a university in northeastern Spain with a group of supporters.
Donald Trump has been acquitted by the US Senate in his second impeachment trial, as fellow Republicans shielded him from accountability for the deadly assault by his supporters on the Capitol, a shrine of American democracy.
A New Zealand man has reportedly sparked pandemonium in Hong Kong after taking an e-scooter on the motorway.
Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are expecting their second child, Sky News reported, citing a spokesperson.
Interpol has issued a global alert for a former St Bede's College student wanted in connection with an international tax fraud scheme.
A British teenager is slowly emerging from a coma nearly a year after being hit by a car, and he has no knowledge of the coronavirus pandemic even though he has caught the virus twice.
About 125 people are missing in northern India after a Himalayan glacier broke and swept away a small hydroelectric dam on Sunday, with floods forcing the evacuation of villages downstream.
South Africa will put on hold use of AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine, after data showed it gave minimal protection against mild-to-moderate infection caused by the country's dominant coronavirus variant.
A hotel quarantine worker at the Holiday Inn at Melbourne Airport has tested positive to coronavirus.
Britain's Captain Sir Tom Moore, the World War 2 veteran who lifted a nation's spirits by raising millions of pounds, has died aged 100 after he contracted Covid-19.
Thirteen people missing for a week in waters off Papua New Guinea after their boat broke down have been found alive.
Melbourne has reintroduced coronavirus restrictions from Thursday after an Australian Open hotel quarantine worker tested positive to Covid-19, sending more than 500 tennis players and officials into isolation.