No home for Muslim orphans in Myanmar’s town

The Muslim community in a remote town in northeastern Myanmar could not repair or rebuild a damaged orphanage, as local authorities transferred the ownership rights to a nearby primary school

Saudis will not get pass on Khashoggi: US envoy to UN

Saudi Arabia will not receive a pass for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, U.S. ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said.

Cyclone Owen reaches NT as category three, expected to hit Queensland as category four

Severe Tropical Cyclone Owen has developed into a category three system and may reach category four intensity in the next six hours

Melbourne hit by heavy rainfall with warnings of severe weather for Victoria

Flash flooding from intense storms could hit Melbourne today, with rainfall of up to 50 millimetres predicted by the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM)

Mobile phones will be banned in NSW primary schools from next year

Public primary schools will enforce a mobile phone ban from next year as part of the New South Wales Government's plan to reduce online bullying and unnecessary distraction

?EU: loyal ally or last nails in the coffin of the JCPOA

After a 2 day trip to Italy by Zarif, the Iranian regime’s Foreign Minister, from which he returned on Friday (date?),  his deputy, Araghchi, and Salehi, head of the Atomic Energy Organization, went to Brussels on Saturday.

$250,000reward in relation to the disappearance of Sydney toddler Rahma El-Dennaoui

A $250,000 reward is in place in relation to the disappearance of Sydney toddler Rahma El-Dennaoui in November 2005

Extreme weather on the way as tropical cyclone, southern low pressure system develop in the east

Two weather systems are coming together to create a deluge that is set to pummel much of the eastern seaboard in the coming days, with the Bureau of Meteorology issuing severe weather warnings in several states

Alexandria truck crash leaves one dead, five injured after eight-wheeler hits pedestrians at bus stop

One person has died and five more have been seriously injured after a truck veered across three lanes of traffic and hit pedestrians waiting at a bus stop in Sydney

Australia's banknotes are disappearing into drug deals, the black market and hoarders: RBA

Australia has $76 billion in banknotes outstanding somewhere in the economy and detective work from the Reserve Bank has found up to 8 per cent of the stash is tied up with criminal activity and drugs

France: Shooting near Christmas market leaves 4 dead

At least four people were killed and 11 others injured Tuesday when a gunman opened fire in the French city of Strasbourg, according to local authorities

Victoria Police release CCTV footage of 'brutal' St Kilda assault that left two men unconscious

A gang of youths stomped and kicked two Melbourne men until they lost consciousness, new CCTV footage reveals, in an assault that police have described as "brutal" and "senseless"

Carry-on luggage crackdown might stop overhead locker hogs, but there could be more 'chaos' at the gate

If you've ever had your carry-on luggage weighed before boarding a flight, you'll know what an arduous process it can be

Girl allegedly abducted from North Lakes shopping centre and sexually assaulted

A man has been charged over the alleged kidnapping and sexual assault of a seven-year-old girl, who was taken from a shopping centre north of Brisbane on Saturday

Credit crackdown putting heat on apartment buyers and developers

The banking royal commission's final report is still months away, but its public exposure of bad practices and dodgy lending has already had a chilling effect on the property market

Drunk driver caught six times over the limit before midday

A 25-year-old man has allegedly been caught driving with more than six times over the legal blood alcohol limit, as police crack down on dangerous driving ahead of Christmas

Khashoggi's last words were 'I can't breathe': CNN

I can't breathe" were the final words of a Washington Post columnist who was killed at the hands of Saudi agents in Riyadh's Istanbul consulate, according to a report released Sunday

Broader global coalition can solve Rohingya issue

Bangladesh needs to form a broader international alliance to resolve the issue of roughly 1 million Rohingya refugees in the country, a rights activist and political dissident from Myanmar has said

S. Arabia not to hand over suspects in Khashoggi case

Saudi Arabia ruled out extraditing suspects in the Jamal Khashoggi case to Turkey late Sunday, the country's foreign minister said

Iran Uprising- No. 235 Brave Strike and Demonstration of Ahvaz Steel Workers enters the Second Month

On Sunday, December 9th, workers from the Ahvaz National Steel Industrial Group continued their strike and demonstrations for the thirtieth day