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Aid agencies are rushing to provide relief in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in Nepal. Here's how you can help.
A mother and her autistic son hope a petition signed by more than 122,000 people will convince the federal government to stop their deportation to the Philippines.
Labor is gearing up for a battle over gay marriage at its national conference in July with deputy leader Tanya Plibersek pushing for a binding vote.
On April 25 Nepal experienced its most deadly earthquake for more than 80 years. This map shows the time, location and strength of the quake and the aftershocks.
At the gathering he jokingly called 'a night when Washington celebrates itself,' US President Barack Obama took light-hearted aim at a range of political friends...
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Thanks to YouTube, politicians are more known and accessible to the average person than they were a decade ago. But does this mean we are better informed?
April 24 1915 is the date Armenians consider to be the start of what they regard as a genocide by Ottoman Turkish forces. Turkey admits that in a series of events...
The number of migrants losing their lives on perilous boat journeys across the Mediterranean Sea has increased recently, figures from the International...
Those suffering abuse, threats, or generally unpleasant behaviour on Twitter – of which is there is much – may welcome Zero Trollerance, an initiative that aims...
Publishing in the journal Nature in 1964, Australian scientists Bear and Thomas proposed a name for the scent brought on by rain. They called it “petrichor,” but...
A combination of high seismic activity at the front of the Tibetan plateau, poor building standards, and haphazard urbanisation came together with fatal...
Anzac Day Centenary
Thousands commemorate Anzac Day across Australia and around the world.
For Indian Australian Rishik Arya, the Anzac Day dawn ceremony is about camaraderie.
On the eve of the ANZAC centenary, Jarryd Boyd, a 25-year-old Biripi man and combat systems operator, reflects on the pride and opportunity he attributes to the...
Jonathan Captain-Webb acknowledges his family's contribution to Australia's war history by walking in the Black Diggers March each year. This ANZAC Day, there...
It's been described as the birthplace of Australia as a modern nation. And while few would dispute the sacrifice made by the Anzacs at Gallipoli, their legacy is...
NSW Premier Mike Baird has acknowledged two war veterans who died in the recent floods, while addressing crowds at an Anzac Day commemoration service.
A monument to one of Australia's most deadly Anzac snipers has rewritten the history of Chinese-Australians serving during the First World War.
The official number of dead from the Himalayan earthquake has topped 2500 and may continue to rise as remote areas near the epicentre are searched.
SES workers begin the massive task of cleaning up after three days of cyclonic winds and torrential rain. The worst destruction is in the Hunter region, where storms claimed four lives.
Eusebio and Christina Saenz de Santamaria are the only married freediving photography team, who travel the world photographing their experiences.
Video journalist Aaron Thomas captures the atmosphere at the Battle of the Nations in Croatia, including some behind the scenes shots of the medieval fighting competition.
Mining is one of Australia's biggest industries, but being located in remote locations means that many Australians have little knowledge of or contact with the industry and its workers.
Moranbah was established to service the local mines and their workers. But as FIFO workers increase, the town is struggling to say afloat.
Australia's fighting force in WWI included many Indigenous men, some of whom died in battle. These photographs show some of those soldiers who fought for Australia.