Hand-written tributes and knitted poppies are already dotting gravesites around Gallipoli, one week out from the Anzac centenary commemorations.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott is in New Zealand to take part in Anzac centenary commemorations before heading to Gallipoli.
Thousands of Australians who don't have a treasured ticket to the official Anzac Day dawn service are still drawn to Gallipoli by the Anzac legend.
UNICEF has raised concerns over Australia's refugee resettlement pact with Cambodia, with the first refugees expected to be flown from Nauru this week.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott is arriving in Wellington to take part in a dedication ceremony for an Australian Memorial at Pukeahu.
The French ambassador in Jakarta has warned Indonesia that executing a Frenchman on death row on drugs charges will have consequences for the bilateral relationship.
Human Rights Watch says Australian journalist Alan Morison should not be facing charges of criminal defamation in Thailand.
Friday marks 10 years since Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan were arrested for the Bali Nine heroin smuggling plot, and Sukumaran's 34th birthday.
Antony de Malmanche has been granted a week's leave from his drug smuggling trial, after collapsing in court last week.
Indonesian officials are defending their position on the death penalty as a citizen is beheaded in Saudi Arabia without warning.
A court has heard in graphic detail how an Australian man was attacked and killed in his Bali kitchen, allegedly on the orders of his Indonesian wife.
Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan's lawyer has joined human rights advocates in Jakarta to explain the latest action lodged with the Constitutional Court.
A top US professor says alternatives to using syringes need to be discovered to ensure higher rates of vaccinations.
Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg has asked Indonesia's President Joko Widodo to halt the executions of drug offenders, who include two Australians.
Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has again come under fire for spraying a podium hostess in the face with champagne after his victory in the Chinese Grand Prix...
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