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In a startling reversal, the Conservative Party scored more seats in the Scottish Parliament than the Labour Party.
An innovative language and computer literacy program at a Melbourne school is inviting parents into the classroom to improve their language and computer literacy...
For foreign-born students desperate to stay in the United States, the University of Northern New Jersey seemed like the perfect solution.That was their mistake.
The government has agreed on a compensation package for Save The Children Australia, whose staff were removed from the Nauru detention centre in 2014.
A 12-year-old boy accused of taking part in the bashing murder of a 26-year-old man in Perth will remain in detention as his bail bid stalls.
The UK government has decided that a new polar research ship will be named after Sir David Attenborough, 89, famed for his BBC TV natural history programs.
About 88,000 residents of the western Canadian city of Fort McMurray have been evacuated as a massive wildfire tore through the city.
A selection of images from the day of the Port Arthur massacre, and the days, weeks and years since.
Crowd numbers were down but the Anzac spirit was as strong as ever at dawn services marking the 101st anniversary of the Gallipoli landings by Australian and New Zealand soldiers.
Prince, the innovative US music superstar whose songwriting and eccentric stage presence electrified fans around the world with hits including Purple Rain and When Doves Cry has died at age 57.
Hundreds have died in the worst earthquake to hit Ecuador in decades.
Rents in most of Australia's capital cities are rising despite more supply.
As Dateline meets some of those who've played a role in Donald Trump's life so far, our photo gallery has more about his story.
After nearly a year under the occupation of IS, the ruins of the ancient city of Palmyra have suffered. As Syrian government troops retook the city, images have emerged of what remains of the UNESCO World Heritage site.