Libya: Tripoli-based gov't strikes hit Haftar forces

Airstrikes of Libya’s Tripoli-seated Government of National Accord (GNA) Sunday struck forces led by the commander Khalifa Haftar in south of the capital Tripoli

Israel demolishes dozens of Jerusalem homes amid outcry

Israeli forces on Monday began to demolish dozens of buildings in East Jerusalem, amid Palestinian anger and international outcry

Noosa declares climate emergency, considers warning homebuyers of future flood risks

If your home is at risk of being flooded in 80 years' time because of climate change — would you want to know? And would you be happy if others
?knew the possible dangers when you tried to sell it

Man with samurai sword shot dead by police after stand-off in Brisbane's south-west

A man armed with a samurai sword has been shot dead after a "siege incident" at a property at Doolandella in Brisbane's south-west this morning

Australian Facebook users warned of scam using 'cloned friends' to steal thousands of dollars

Fake friends are targetting Australian Facebook users with an elaborate scam telling them they are owed money - but need to pay a fee first

Carjacker who 'can't recall terrifying crime spree' sentenced to 10 years jail

A Melbourne man who'd been awake on a drug bender for three weeks has been jailed for a "terrifying" carjacking rampage and high-speed police chase

Russian warplanes kill White Helmets media volunteer in Idlib's Khan Sheikhoun

Assad-Russian warplanes have killed a media activist in Idlib southern countryside

Another assault in Adelaide's Hindley Street precinct

A man is in hospital after he was assaulted in a Hindley Street car park early this morning


There’s been a serious car crash on the Bucketts Way near Taree.

Two stabbed in juvenile detention centre riot

Two teenagers have been stabbed at a juvenile detention centre on the Central Coast of New South Wales.

Ashraf 3 has a twin city award in a European City now

In Tirana, Albania, in a newly built city of Ashraf 3 which was a place of gathering of 350 prominent figures lawmakers, officials, and dignitaries from around the world traveled to Albania last weekend

Opposition's National Front for Liberation destroys Assad vehicle in Hama province

Opposition fighters in the National Front for Liberation (NFL) are killing Assad militiamen and destroying Assad military vehicles on the front of Hama northern countryside

Man dead, girl stabbed in Sydney north shore domestic incident

A man is dead and a teenage girl has been taken to hospital with stab wounds after a domestic incident in Sydney

UK-Iran tensions rise over 'hostile act' of seizing British-flagged Stena Impero oil tanker in Strait of Hormuz

Britain has denounced the Iranian seizure of a British-flagged oil tanker in the Gulf as a "hostile act", rejecting Tehran's explanation that it had seized the vessel because it had been involved in an accident

Early flu season hits more than 400 Victorian babies

More than 400 babies under 12 months old have been infected with the flu in Victoria this year during a "difficult winter" and earlier season

NSW heater explosion: Man and woman fighting for life

A man and woman are fighting for life and three others have serious burns after a backyard heater exploded in the NSW Hunter region

Queensland fisherman’s body recovered from ocean floor

A spear fishing trip in Queensland has turned to tragedy after one man failed to resurface from under the water and his body was today retrieved by police

Ku-Ring-Gai crash: Motorcyclist dies after losing control of bike

A motorcyclist has died after being involved in a road accident in Sydney's north

Newstart payment debate: Australia divided over extra Centrelink payments

An increase to the dole would have a major implication for the budget bottom line at a time when there is a need for strong fiscal management, a Liberal backbencher warns

Four pedestrians hit by buses in Melbourne and Sydney

A teenager and an elderly man are fighting for their lives after both being struck by buses in separate incidents in Melbourne overnight