Prime Minister Tony Abbott has played down talk of another leadership spill.
Jakarta's governor says he has given his anti-death penalty view to President Joko Widodo, who he believes is considering all views on the subject.
A man has been caught on video hurling racial abuse at staff at a Hungry Jacks in Adelaide.
The missing British schoolgirls feared en route to Syria have been spotted on CCTV footage from a bus station in Istanbul.
Aircraft flying over the oceans around Australia and South East Asia are to be more closely tracked, in a move to try and avoid a repeat of the MH370...
Assistant treasurer Josh Frydenberg is standing by the government's decision not to hold a royal commission into financial advisers.
The local public house, or pub, has been a British tradition for centuries, but a seemingly unquenchable thirst for residential and retail redevelopment is...

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Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi has reopened the national museum and said artefacts stolen by IS will be tracked down.
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David Ferrer wins Mexico tennis

David Ferrer has downed Kei Nishikori to witn the Mexico Open.

Ricciardo confident after testing

Daniel Ricciardo will arrive in Melbourne for the season-opening Australian F1 grand prix in a confident frame of mind.

Fruean fracture rocks Crusaders

Winger Robbie Fruean has fractured his right arm during the Crusaders 40-16 Super Rugby loss to the Chiefs in Hamilton.

Liberatore to miss AFL season

Western Bulldogs star Tom Liberatore requires a knee reconstruction and will miss the entire AFL season after rupturing an anterior cruciate ligament.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe celebrated his 91st birthday with a million-dollar bash attended by thousands of faithful party supporters.
More than 260 people have been killed in a series of avalanches triggered by heavy snowfall around Afghanistan this week, according to officials. The bulk of the deaths have come in Panjshir province, north of Kabul.

In pictures: Brit Awards 2015

Musicians turn out for the 2015 Brit Awards held at The O2 Arena, London
Hollywood stars arrive for the 87th annual Academy Awards ceremony at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California, USA, 22 February 2015.
Lunar New Year celebrations are in full swing, but for many of our early Asian migrants, there wasn’t time or opportunity to celebrate when they first arrived.
Bone-chilling cold in the US Midwest shattered records in Chicago on Thursday, closing schools and starting its trudge eastward to an already frozen Boston and New York.
Asian communities around the world celebrate the Lunar New Year, also called the Spring Festival, on 19 February, ushering in the Year of the Goat, according to the traditional twelve year zodiac cycle.
Dancers on stilts, bare-chested cowboys, Carmelite nuns and plenty of bare flesh have flooded Rio's streets as revellers cranked up the volume at Brazil's intoxicating carnival festival.